Category Archives: Sweet dish

Eggless coconut cookies recipe | how to make eggless coconut cookies recipe

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Eggless coconut cookies are delicious cookies or biscuits made with all-purpose flour, dessicated coconut, powdered sugar and butter.  They are crunchy from outside but very soft from inside and just melts in your mouth.  You can top them with nuts like badam or cashewnuts, if desired.  Coconut gives a nice flavour to the cookies.  If

Besan ladoo recipe in Microwave – how to make besan ladoo in microwave (microwave recipes)

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Besan ladoo is a very popular and delicious Indian dessert made with gram flour, sugar, ghee and nuts and is  made especially during festive and special occasions.  Microwave besan ladoo recipe is a quick version of besan ladoo which can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.  Traditionally, for making besan ladoos, gram flour or besan is roasted in

Sweet coconut poha/sweet avalakki recipe – How to make sweet poha/aval recipe – Indian sweet recipes

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Sweet coconut poha is an easy sweet snack which can be made in less than 30 minutes.  Jaggery and coconut  when added, gives a nice delicious taste to the poha. Coconut, ghee and roasted nuts further enhances the taste.  Sweet poha is also a sweet dish which is prepared on Janmashtami, an Indian festival which marks the birth of Lord Krishna. 

Candy sugar or rock candy kheer or aval kalkandu payasam recipe – kheer recipes

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Candy sugar or rock candy (rock sugar) kheer is a tasty kheer recipe made with flattened rice and rock candy and garnished with nuts.  Rock candy is also called as kalkhand and are relatively large sugar crystals.  It is also regarded as having medicinal properties.  In this recipe, I have used flattened rice or poha to

Mango kheer recipe – how to make mango rice kheer or mango payasam recipe | Indian desserts | Mango recipes

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Mango kheer is a delicious dessert made with ripe mangoes and a simple and easy to make recipe too.  Since summer season is already started and mangoes are plenty in market, it is an ideal dessert to enjoy during this sunny days.  Rice is cooked in saffron milk and then flavoured with mango pulp and

Mango icecream – how to make homemade mango icecream recipe – summer recipes

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Mango icecream is a very delicious and easy ice-cream recipe made with just 3 ingredients – mango puree, condensed milk and milk cream.  It is summer time and now mangoes are in plenty in market.  So you can easily make this ice-cream at home to beat the heat.  This icecream recipe is without the use

Badam halwa recipe – how to make badam or almond halwa recipe

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Badam  or almond halwa is a very rich and  delicious Indian sweet made with blanched and pureed almonds, ghee and sugar.  It can be prepared on any festive occasions like ugadi, diwali, holi or lakshmi puja.    Badam halwa can be had on any normal day too as almonds are healthy.  They are a good source of nutrients and

Chocolate kulfi recipe – how to make choco kulfi recipe – Indian desserts

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Kulfi is a delicious. popular and frozen Indian dessert made from milk and sugar.  Kulfi is similar to ice-cream in taste and appearance but it is denser and creamier.  There are different variations of kulfi – badam kulfi, kesar kulfi, pista kulfi, malai kuli and mango kulfi.  Chocolate kulfi is a  favourite of many, especially kids.  Chocolate

Rasmalai recipe – how to make rasmalai recipe – Instant bengali rasmalai recipe

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Rasmalai is a delicious Indian dessert and one of the most popular Bengal sweet made from spongy chenna or cottage cheese balls (rasgullas) which are soaked in saffron flavoured sweetened milk.  This recipe is a instant recipe made from readymade rasgullas and condensed milk and can be prepared in 15-20 minutes.  Rasmalai is best served chilled

Rasgulla recipe – how to make spongy homemade rasgulla recipe – Indian dessert recipes

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Rasgulla is a syrupy, popular and delicious dessert made from ball shaped dumplings of chenna (Indian cottage cheese) and cooked in light sugar syrup.  The spongy white rasgulla is believed to have been introduced in present-day West Bengal.  The traditional Odisha rasgullas are softer and creamish in colour than Bengali rasgullas. The Bengali rasgullas are whitish and rubbery.