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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

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

Besan ladoo recipe in Microwave – how to make besan ladoo in microwave (microwave recipes)

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Besan ladoo is a very popular and delicious Indian dessert made with gram flour, sugar, ghee and nuts and is  made especially during festive and special occasions.  Microwave besan ladoo recipe is a quick version of besan ladoo which can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.  Traditionally, for making besan ladoos, gram flour or besan is roasted in

Cornflour or karachi halwa recipe – easy halwa recipe

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Cornflour or karachi halwa or bombay halwa is a very easy and quick halwa made with cornflour, sugar, ghee, cardamom powder and cashewnuts.  Unlike the other halwa recipes,  cornflour halwa requires very little ghee.  Adding little orange colour gives a bright look to the halwa.  Cornflour halwa is a perfect sweet for Diwali but can

Coconut ladoo recipe with condensed milk – easy Diwali recipes

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Coconut ladoo recipe with condensed milk  is a simple and quick sweet recipe  prepared from dessicated coconut and condensed milk and flavoured with cardamom powder.  Coconut ladoo is also prepared from freshly grated coconut and condensed milk which also tastes great.  For that recipe, only white part of the coconut is used.  Here I have

Diwali sweets and snacks recipes – diwali recipes collection 2016

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Diwali or deepavali is an ancient hindu festival and the brightest festival of India.  This festival signifies the victory of light over darkness.  Diwali is an important festival for Hindus and this year it falls on 30th October 2016.  Diwali  represents the awareness of inner light within a person when ignorance is pushed aside by understanding