Seven cups cake (7 cup cake) or burfi recipe – Easy to make Indian Diwali sweet

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.

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

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.

Cornflakes mixture or chivda recipe – Easy and healthy South Indian Diwali snack

Cornflakes mixture or chivda is a traditional South Indian snack or mixture prepared from cornflakes, curry leaves, salt and red chilli powder and garnished with nuts. It is also a healthy mixture as it is stir fried and not deep fried and ideal for festive occasions like Diwali. It is very quick to make and can be had as a teatime snack too.

Paneer kheer recipe

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

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…

Thenkuzhal murukku recipe – Indian vegetarian food – Easy to make deepavali/diwali recipes

Thenkuzhal murukku is one of the favourite snacks prepared especially during Diwali festival. It is a very tasty and crisp snack made from rice and urad dal flour. All you needs is thenkuzhal press and mould and it can be prepared quickly at home itself. If you have time, you can also make murukku flour at home itself. Soak rice for upto 2 hours and dry it in the sun or shade. Fry urad dal lightly in a pan. Grind both rice and urad dal together by giving to a flour mill. Murukku flour is ready. Otherwise it is also a good option to opt for readymade rice flour. Just sieve the flour before making it.

Kalakand recipe

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.

Sprouted green gram (moong) kadhi recipe

Kadhi is a North Indian dish originated in Rajasthan. It is a spicy dish where thick gravy is made from gram flour or besan and vegetables or pakoras are added to it. Sour curds are added to give it little sour taste and more flavour. Here I have added sprouted green moong to the spicy gravy to get a healthier and tastier kadhi. You can also add fried ladysfinger to the kadhi which is then bhindi ka kadhi. Gujarati kadhi is made preferably from buttermilk which also gives a more smooth texture. Do try sprouted green gram kadhi and make it more nutritious with addition of sprouts.

Masale bhath or bhat recipe

Masale bhath or bhat is a very popular Maharashtrian rice dish prepared from rice, vegetables, red chilli powder and goda masala and garnished with coriander leaves, coconut and cashewnuts. Goda masala is a special Maharastrian spice mixture which is used for making masale bhath, varan bhath or usal.This masala has a unique flavour and gives a nice aroma and taste when added to any dish. Masale bhath is a spiced one-pot meal and best accompanied with raita, chips, papad or plain curd and is generally served during Maharashtrian weddings. A very delicious and must try recipe…

Simple day-to-day cooking tips

There are some simple and easy cooking tips which I want to share with my viewers for their benefit. These tips are time tested and also include contributions by my friends and relatives. 20 easy Cooking tips 1. Remove stalk of green chillies before storing. It remains fresh for a long time. Wrap the green