Tag Archives: #desserts

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

Dry fruits kheer recipe – How to make dry fruits kheer recipe – kheer recipes

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Dry fruits kheer is a very traditional and healthy kheer made with dry fruits, milk and sugar.  It is an ideal kheer for any special occasions, festivals and also during fasting days.  Dry fruits kheer is also a very rich and delicious kheer. Dry fruits added to the kheer gives a unique taste to the kheer. 

Sabudana ladoo recipe – How to make sabudana ladoo recipe – Navratri recipes

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Sabudana ladoo is an Indian sweet dish made from tapioca pearls, powdered sugar, dessicated coconut, ghee and nuts and is prepared especially during Navratri or fasting days or festival days.  Sabudana is an important ingredient which can be used during fasting days.  Coconut added to this dish gives a delicious taste to the ladoo.  Do try this

Mixed fruits kesari recipe – How to make fruit kesari recipe – Indian desserts

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Mixed fruits kesari is a rich delicious Indian sweet made with rava, fruits, sugar, ghee and nuts.  It is also a very popular South Indian dessert which is not only easy to make but also can be prepared instantly.  Kesari is generally made during festivals and special occasions in South India.  Fresh fruits added to

Dry fruits modak recipe – How to make dry fruits modak recipe – Ganesh Chaturthi recipes

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Dry fruits modak is a very tasty and nutritious modak made from dry fruits, dates, poppy seeds, dessicated coconut and ghee.  This modak recipe is very simple and quick to make too, as it can be prepared in less than half an hour.  Traditionally modaks called ukadiche or sweet modak are made with rice flour as outer