Category Archives: Sweet dish

Puran poli recipe

puran poli

Puran poli is a Maharashtrian sweet dish which is either eaten on its own or served with ghee. Puran poli is called as holige or obbattu in Karnataka and served with ghee and hot milk. Puran poli is prepared during festival days like Holi or Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra. It looks like a roti and is made with wheat flour, maida flour, jaggery and bengal gram (chana dal) with cardamom as an added flavor.. The stuffing made is known is puran and outer covering is called as poli. Puran poli is a very delicious festive sweet which is liked and enjoyed by all.

Ragi ladoo or raagi laddu

ragi ladoo

Ragi (finger millet) ladoo is a very healthy sweet dish made from ragi flour, jaggery and nuts. They are good and nutritious for all, especially during winter time.

Carrot payasam or carrot kheer

carrot payasam

Carrot payasam or carrot kheer is a healthy dessert made with grated carrot, milk and sugar. It is very simple to make and full of nutrition. Grated carrot is cooked in milk and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. Carrot kheer tastes delicious hot or chilled.

Kaju katli or kaju katri or kaju barfi recipe – diwali sweets recipe

kaju katli

Kaju katli or kaju katri is a popular Indian dessert made up of cashewnuts, sugar and little ghee. Kaju means cashew nut in Hindi. Kaju katli is one of the variety of sweets which is made on the joyous occasion of Diwali festival.

Rava coconut ladoo – diwali sweet recipe

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Rava coconut ladoo is a very traditional sweet dish which is prepared during festivals. It is prepared with semolina, freshly grated coconut, sugar, ghee and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. Rava coconut ladoo is extremely simple to make and less time consuming. Rava gives a coarse texture to the ladoo and grated coconut added to it , further enhances the taste. Do try this easy recipe and make Diwali festival rich.

Mysore pak recipe

mysore pak

Mysore pak is a traditional sweet dish of Karnataka made for festive occasions like Diwali. It is made up of gram flour (besan), sugar and ghee. Legend says that Mysore pak was first created in the kitchens of Mysore Palace by a palace cook named Kakasura Madappa. Mysore pak is one of the most popular and delicious sweet from South India.

Rice kheer with jaggery or akki payasa

Rice kheer

Rice kheer is made with milk, basmati rice and jaggery and garnished with raisins and cashewnuts. Jaggery is a good substitute for sugar for those who are health conscious. Rice kheer with jaggery is a good variation since jaggery is added instead of sugar and it tastes divine when served either warm or chilled. Jaggery is full of iron and other minerals and hence also has got lot of health benefits.

Sabudana seviyan kheer or Sago pearls vermicelli kheer recipe

sago vermicelli

Sago vermicelli kheer or payasa is a very traditional dessert which is prepared on festivals and special occasions. Sabudana vermicelli is a popular combination for making kheer. This kheer is prepared with vermicelli and sago and garnished with roasted cashew nuts and raisins. It is very easy to make and delicious too.

Sabudana or sago kheer or javvarisi payasam

sabudana kheer

Sabudana or sago or tapioca pearl kheer is a delicious kheer made with sago, sugar and milk and garnished with nuts. Sago is full of carbohydrates and very filling in nature. Hence this kheer is a generally had by people who are on fast on festival days.

Wheat ladoo

Wheat ladoo

Wheat ladoo or atta ladoo is a popular Indian sweet made of whole wheat flour, jaggery and ghee and mixed with nuts and dry fruits and it can be served on all festive occasions.It is also called as godi hittu unde in Karnataka. It is one of the simplest recipes and takes less time and effort to prepare. Wheat flour ladoo is more healthy than any other ladoo as whole wheat flour is a good source of carbohydrates and efficient source of energy to human body. Adding cashew nuts, almonds makes it even more nutritious as almonds are a good source of proteins.