Category Archives: Sweet dish
Puranpoli is a traditional sweet flatbread with a sweet stuffing made from split bengal gram/chana dal and jaggery and is very popular in the States of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. It is called as holige or obbattu in Karnataka, boli in Tamil Nadu, bobbattu in Andhra Pradesh and pooran poli in Maharashtra.
Eggless whole wheat carrot muffins is a very tasty and healthy recipe with no eggs and maida added to it. It is prepared from whole wheat flour, sugar, milk, carrots, curd and oil. Eggless carrot muffins is very quick and easy to make too and can be had as a guilt free snack as no
Aval kesari is very easy to prepare and gets ready in no time. It is made from avalakki or poha or flattened rice, sugar, ghee, cardamom powder and nuts and is very delicious and tasty. Aval kesari can be prepared in a jiffy when you have little time to make any sweets. This sweet is
Apple halwa is a very simple and easy dessert made from apples, sugar, ghee, mawa and nuts. It does not require any special ingredients. Apple halwa is delicious and nutritious sweet dish and can be made during special occasions and celebrations. Its amazingly delicious and leaves one longing for more!! It can be enjoyed
Chocolate nankhatai is a crunchy, delicious and easy to make sweet recipe. It is made with all purpose flour, powdered sugar, butter, cardamom powder and with a flavour of little cocoa powder which gives a good colour as well as taste too. Chocolate nankhatai can be made for Diwali festival or Christmas and is best enjoyed
Gond is a natural edible gum and is available in crystal form and it is slightly yellowish translucent in color. Gond is a kind of edible resin and is available in supermarkets as gum resin. It looks like lightweight, transparent crystals and are roasted in ghee before use. Gond ladoo is especially made during winter months,
Pori Urundai or Puffed Rice Balls is a traditional sweet prepared with puffed rice and jaggery. The crunchiness of the rice and the sweetness of jaggery makes this dish delicious. It is very easy to prepare and also healthy too. It is prepared during Karthigai deepam festival. Karthika Deepam is a Hindu festival especially among Hindu Tamils
Basundi is a popular Indian dessert in the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka and it is made from milk, sugar and nuts. It is a sweetened dense milk prepared by boiling milk on low heat till it is reduced to half. Once the milk is reduced, sugar and nuts are added to it. Cooking the basundi after sugar is added gives a nice light pink colour to it. Basundi is best served warm or chilled garnished with almonds and pistachios. Here I have prepared basundi without nuts which also tastes divine. Keep stirring the milk continuously and scraping the sides of the vessel as this makes the basundi thick and gives a creamy texture to it. Basundi is ideal for occasions like Diwali or Navratri or any special occasions.
Brown rice kheer or payasam is a very healthy kheer or payasam made with brown rice and jaggery and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. Brown rice is very rich in fibre and jaggery is full of iron. This kheer is absolutely delicious when served chilled and very easy and quick to make too. Brown rice gives a nice rich light brown colour to the kheer. Do try this brown rice kheer for a change and enjoy..
7 cup cake or burfi recipe is made from 7 cups of ingredients. Hence it is called as 7 cup cake or burfi. This sweet is very easy to make and very similar to Mysore pak. 7 cup cake is an ideal sweet for Diwali festival and a sweet which be liked by kids too. The secret to getting a good and delicious burfi is removing the mixture from the heat at the right stage to the plate.