Shakarkandi ka halwa

Shakarkandi ka Halwa

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Shakarkandi or sweet potato is mostly consumed in all fasts and festivities in Indian homes. Its sugar is Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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Mango-Semolina cake

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin          Mango season is here again. Markets are flooded with small, big ,red, yellow and all kinds of mangoes. 😀 I know this is how kids react . But living a life like a kid-size...
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Sooji ka halwa -Kanchak

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Sooji ka halwa or Sheera (Semolina pudding) is the most basic sweet dish in every Indian household. In our culture, it is prepared by the newly-wed bride as the mark of beginning her kitchen journey. This reminded me...
Shrikhand

Shrikhand

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin “Shrikhand” – a dairy product , Lord Krishna’s favorite sweet after “Maakhan” (butter) is now famous all over the world. Its simplicity, sweetness, creaminess will tempt you to make it again and again. I would call it an...
malai ghevar

Mini-Malai Ghevar

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin The month of ‘Shiva’ , Shravan month (Hindu calendar) is here. Its been my favourite , since my birth since I was born in this month. 😉 My mom has always made this month special for me. Now...

Mawa modak

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Modak are Ganapati’s favourite sweets. Ganapati or Lord Ganesha is our Agrim -Devta or God who is worshiped before starting any prayers. In Maharashtra, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on a large scale since pre-independence period in India. I...
KHili khili

Meethi Sevai

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Meethi Sewai / sweet pudding vermicelli ,although a common name now,but is the most awaited dish after Ramzaan. Usually this sweet is included in Eid’s menu and had with a grand feast. Believe me, this dish is so...

Balushahi

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Are you craving for something sweet ,mouth watering ,delicious north indian mithai??? Being from U.P. I loved this mithai from my childhood days and after preparing it I was so surprised to find out that it’s not “That...

Sewai Kheer

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Want to try an oil-free and less time-consuming sweet dish ?? Then here is the Sewai kheer. We worhip “Soan” and our Gods with Rakhi and “sewai kheer”. I made this on Raksha Bandhan and its simplicity and...