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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Kesar Pista Badam Kulfi

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Yay!! Summers are here!! We are free to try some cool desserts with kids now ! Kulfi is the basic Indian ice-cream made from milk , sugar, nuts etc without any churning. But today I am going to...
Last year's prasad

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...
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Moong Dal Burfi

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin With Ganesh Chaturthi coming up next week, I thought of making a healthy sweet, which could be prepared ahead of time and served to the devotees as Prasad. Last year I made Ukadiche Modak, Mawa Modak, Baked Modak...
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...
Mango Peach pedha

Mango Peach Pedha

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin In India, the king of fruits, mango is the most welcoming fruit of the year. While staying in US, I missed it a lot until I developed the taste for Mexican mangoes which are often of two varieties...

Milk cake or Kalakand

Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Milk cake which is traditionally made with milk, alum(fitkari) ,sugar and ghee can also be made with paneer(cottage cheese) , Khoya(milk solids), sugar and ghee. Both methods give the same taste and texture. Just the latter is faster...