Category Archives: Sweet dish

Roasted gram dal ladoo or maladu or chutney dal laddu recipe – Easy to prepare Indian diwali sweet

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Maa ladoo recipe with step by step photos. Maladu or maa ladoo recipe is a quick and delicious Indian sweet made with roasted gram dal, sugar, ghee, cardamom powder and nuts. It is especially made during festive occasions like Diwali. Maa ladoo is also called as pottukadalai urundai in Tamil nadu and this ladoo is made with few ingredients easily available at home. They are not only nutritious but can be prepared within 30 minutes.

Paneer kheer recipe

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Paneer kheer is a rich and exotic dessert made from milk, cottage cheese, sugar and garnished with almonds and pistachios. It is very easy to prepare and tastes best when served chilled. Paneer kheer is an ideal dessert for festive or special occasions. Paneer added to the kheer makes it protein rich and a good sweet dish for kids too.

Khoya peda sweet recipe – Easy to cook deepavali/diwali recipes

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Khoya peda is a very popular and delicious Indian sweet made from brown khoya, powdered sugar flavoured with cardamom powder and garnished with almonds and pistachios. It is made during festivals like Diwali and special occasions. Khoya is a milk food product easily available in the market and is used for making different delicious sweets. Khoya peda is very quick to make too and an ideal sweet for Diwali festival. Khoya pedas have a smooth texture and just melts in your mouth and cardamom powder added to it enhances the flavor. Do try this recipe and enjoy…

Kalakand recipe

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Kalakand also known as sandesh is a very popular and delicious Indian sweet made from sweetened condensed milk, cottage cheese and milk powder. It is a very easy recipe made from just 3 ingredients and with much less effort. An ideal sweet for festivals or any special occasions.

Wheat flour or atte ka halwa recipe

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Wheat halwa or atte ka halwa is a very popular dish in North India especially during festivals and is distributed as prasad in temples. It can also be enjoyed as a dessert and is more delicious than any other halwa. Wheat halwa is best served hot or warm and adding more ghee makes it even more tastier and heavenly. Whenever you feel like eating any sweet at home or have guests at home, you can prepare this halwa instantly.

Banana sheera recipe

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Banana sheera is a very popular and delicious sweet dish prepared with semolina, sugar, bananas and milk and garnished with fried nuts. Bananas when added to sheera gives a rice and sweet flavor. It is usually served as prasad or as an offering to God during Satyanarayana pooja.

Moongdal coconut kheer recipe

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Moong dal coconut kheer recipe is a very delicious dessert prepared with moong dal, milk, jaggery and coconut and garnished with cashewnuts and raisins. You can also use coconut milk to give a richer and creamier taste to the kheer. The moong dal is boiled and then cooked with milk and sweetened with jaggery. Moongdal coconut kheer is ideal for any special or festive occasions. This kheer is not only simple to make but tastes divine too when served either warm or cold. Do try this recipe for any festivals and enjoy!!

Coconut ladoo or laddu recipe – diwali sweet recipe

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Coconut ladoos are a rich sweet dessert made from freshly grated coconut, sugar and milk. It is very easy to make and can also be stored for upto a week in refrigerator. Coconut ladoos are made with very few ingredients and can be made quickly for any festive or special occasions. Do try this recipe and enjoy.

Chana and moong dal kheer recipe

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Chana and moong dal kheer is a very simple recipe which can be done quickly from the available ingredients at home. It is a very tasty kheer which can be prepared on special and festive occasions and use of the dals makes it more healthier. Try making this delicious kheer!!

Jackfruit payasam or kheer recipe

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Jackfruit kheer or chakka pradhaman is a traditional payasam or pudding of Kerala state. The yellow part of jackfruit and jaggery are the main ingredients of this payasam. It is usually served hot and very popular and made very often in Kerala. Small pieces of coconut pieces and cashew nuts are stir fried in ghee and added to further enhance the taste of the kheer.