Tag Archives: #desserts

Mango phirni recipe – How to make mango phirni recipe – mango recipes

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Mango phirni is a classic Indian dessert made with ripe mangoes.  It is a very popular North Indian sweet dish and is prepared with rice, milk, mangoes and dry fruits and especially made during special occasions or festive celebrations.  It is popularly called as aam ki phirni in North India and traditionally served in small

Fruit custard recipe – How to make fruit custard recipe – Fruit salad with custard recipe

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Fruit custard is a very simple  but delicious and healthy Indian dessert made with mixed fruits and milk-custard mixture.  A very easy to make dessert recipe,  fruit custard is loved by all elders and kids alike.  It is a delicious mix of fresh mixed fruits soaked in creamy custard sauce.  You can make this fruit

Kesar pista kulfi recipe – How to make kesar pista kulfi recipe – summer recipes

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Kulfi is a popular frozen dairy dessert also called as traditional Indian ice-cream.  Kulfi is very similar to ice-cream in appearance and taste, but it is denser and creamier and takes a longer time to melt than ice-creams.  Though kulfi comes in different flavours, the more traditional and popular ones are badam, rose, mango, saffron,

Rava or sooji ke ladoo – How to make rava/sooji ladoo with khoya/mawa recipe – Indian desserts

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Rava or sooji ladoo is a very quick and easy to make ladoo recipe made with fine rava, sugar, khoya, ghee and nuts.  These ladoos can be prepared in less than half an hour. Khoya when added to ladoo gives a rich and good taste to the ladoos.  Semolina give a coarse texture to the ladoos. 

Microwave carrot halwa recipe – How to make gajar ka halwa in microwave – microwave recipes

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Microwave carrot halwa is  a more quick and easy way of making carrot/gajar ka halwa.  This delicious dessert is made instantly and within minutes by using the microwave oven.  Carrot halwa is a very popular dessert in North India especially during winters, when fresh juicy red carrots are available in plenty in the market.  Unlike

Carrot burfi or gajar ki barfi recipe – How to make gajar ki burfi – burfi recipes

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Carrot burfi or gajar ki barfi  is a popular Indian dessert made with carrots, milk and sugar.  It is an ideal sweet dish especially during winters  when red and juicy carrots are in season and available easily in the market.  You can enjoy the goodness of carrots in the form of halwa or barfi.  Carrot burfi is very

Gajar ka halwa – How to make carrot halwa with condensed milk recipe – winter recipes

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Carrot halwa or gajar ka halwa is a popular and traditional Punjabi dessert made from carrots, milk and sugar. It is traditionally had during festive occasions like Diwali, Holi and Raksha bandhan and popular across India.  Gajar ka halwa is best served hot during winter, but also tastes divine when served cold.  This recipe is

Chocolate fudge recipe – How to make chocolate fudge with choco chips and condensed milk recipe

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Chocolate fudge is a quick and easy fudge recipe made with choco chips, condensed milk and butter.  It is an ideal dessert for any special or festive occasion.  This recipe is made without any nuts. But if you desire, you can add walnuts, raisins, almonds or any chopped nuts of your choice.  Do try this delicious

Carrot halwa recipe – How to make carrot halwa or gajar ka halwa recipe in pressure cooker

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Carrot halwa or gajar ka halwa is a very popular dessert from North India.  It is a combination of ghee, milk, sugar, nuts, mawa with grated carrot.  Carrot halwa is often served at festivals or special occasions.  It is most preferred mostly during winters, as carrots are widely available in the markets.  Here I have

Mysore pak recipe – How to make soft mysore pak recipe – a rich South Indian sweet

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Mysore pak is a rich Indian sweet dish made from gram flour, sugar and ghee and usually served as a dessert.  It originated in Mysore city in Karnataka State.  Legend says that Mysore pak was first created in the kitchens of Mysore Palace by a palace cook named Kakasura Madappa.  When asked its name, Madappa having