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Gajar Halwa (Quick Carrot Halwa) Video. An easy to make recipe of halwa which is made in a jiffy. I have used the pressure cooker to save a lot of time in cooking.
An easy version of the traditional meetha chawal. It is a good version than the regular sweet. . . It will surely be loved by all adults.
This is a quick recipe for making puran poli. . . It is made using chana dal. . . Do serve it piping hot and with ghee to enjoy it.
Hot malpuas are irresistible, whether had plain or with a topping of cold rabdi. Try making this delightful treat at home itself, and with a slight twist. In this version, i have avoided deep frying the malpuas and cooked them with minimal ghee in a pan. They turn out as soft as ever.
Sweet boondi, a very easy and quick way to make these delicious boondi. . Serve them hot to your guest and they will surely relish it !
Jhat-pat halwa can be prepared within half an hour because it is made with common ingredients, and requires very little prior preparation and planning. The creamy taste of milk acts as a suitable base, which highlights the shades of saffron and cardamom. The topping of pistachios and almonds gives i ....
A quick variation of the traditional dessert using yeast to ferment the jalebis instantly
Lapsi, a yummy dessert hardly needs any introduction! broken wheat normally takes time to cook. However, in the pressure cooker it cooks properly and swells promptly.
This is one sweet the bengalis cannot live without, and you too are sure to fall in love with it once you taste these super-soft, milk-white rasgullas. Remember that everything matters in the making of perfect rasgullas -- from the amount of lemon juice used and the lump-free kneading of the chenna, ....
Poha Phirni, poha is a rich source of iron as the rice is beaten in an iron mortar-pestle. Besides adding a colourful touch to this unusual phirni, fruits like apples and bananas also provide vitamins, minerals and fibre.
It’s Ganesh Chaturthi! Time to make umpteen varieties of modak, Ganesha’s favourite. Here is the Modak recipe, of rice flour shells filled with a succulent mixture of jaggery and coconut. While this mouth-watering delicacy is an inseparable part of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations, you can try and make ....
This wheat flour based sweet is easier to prepare than any of the other traditional gujarati sweets. Since it does not have too much ghee and is trouble-free to prepare, you can even make it often as an evening snack. Remember to grate the jaggery thinly to avoid lumps. In the winters, you can also ....
Falooda is a dessert, if you look at it technically, but practically it is an any-time snack! This exciting combination of sweetened rose-flavoured milk with falooda sev, subza seeds, vanilla ice-cream and all the works is a delicacy that appeals to all. It is quite sumptuous and satiating, and you ....
Kalakand is an all-time favourite that has stood the test of time and tide! From its origins in northern India, its popularity has become pan Indian – why global too, as it is not uncommon to find this luscious, milky mithai in Indian stores across the world. Here is a Quick Kalakand, which will hel ....
Makhane, with their interesting puffed appearance are a favourite with everybody, right from children to adults. While savoury snacks using Makhane are a hot favourite, these lotus seeds also lend themselves beautifully to sweet dishes, such as this Makhane ki Kheer. Here, roasted and powdered makha ....
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