Category Archives: Sweet dish

Rava kesari or kesari bhath

Rava kesari is also called as kesari bhath in Karnataka or Sheera or sooji halwa in North India. In Karnataka, it is served along with khara bhath or uppittu. Both kesari bhath and khara bhath are served in one plate which is popularly called as ‘chow chow bhath’ in Karnataka. Rava kesari is a very delicious sweet dish prepared from semolina/rava, ghee, sugar, cashew nuts and raisins.

Coconut burfi or thengai burfi

Coconut burfi is a very simple sweet dish made from fresh coconut, sugar and cardamom powder. Coconut burfi is made on special occasions or on festival days like Diwali or Janmashtami.

Rava laddu or ladoo recipe – Easy Indian deepavali/diwali sweet

Rava laddu is a very traditional sweet dish made from semolina/rava, sugar, milk and nuts. It is made on day of Diwali festival and on special occasions. Rava laddu is very popular and a tasty dessert liked by all.

Badam kheer or almond pudding recipe

Badam kheer is an Indian dessert made with milk, sugar, saffron and almonds. It is a very delicious and rich pudding which is made on special occasions. Saffron gives a nice colour and taste to the kheer. Badam kheer can be had either warm or chilled. Either way it tastes divine.

Avalakki payasa or aval payasam recipe

Avalakkai payasa is a traditional sweet dish made with beaten rice/poha, jaggery and coconut. This sweet dish is very popular in South India and it is also delicious and healthy. Jaggery has lot of iron content and beaten rice is easily digestible and fat free. Avalakki payasa is prepared on Janmashtami day, an auspicious occasion and served as offering/prasad to Lord Krishna. It is also prepared on all special and festive occasions.

Sihi avalakki or sweet poha

In kannada, sihi means sweet and avalakki means beaten rice. Sihi avalakki is a festival sweet dish made of beaten rice and jaggery. It is usually made on Gokulashtami/Janmashtami day, as an offering to Lord Krishna.

Besan ke ladoo or laddu recipe – Easy to make Indian deepavali/diwali sweet

Besan ladoo is a very traditional and  popular indian sweet made with besan, ghee and sugar. It is very easy to prepare and very often made during Diwali festival or any festive occasions. Besan ladoos are very nutritious and healthy too, as nuts like pistachios, almonds and cashewnuts are added to it.

Hesaru bele payasa or moong dal kheer

A delicious and tradional indian desert made from moong dal, jaggery, milk and coconut.

Mango halwa recipe

Mango halwa is a very delicious sweet made with fresh mangoes, ghee and sugar and garnished with nuts. It tastes best with alphonso mangoes. Mango halwa is a cherished Indian sweet and with flavour of fresh mangoes is a real treat for mango lovers.

Godi payasa or broken wheat kheer or dalia kheer

Broken wheat has got lot of health benefits. It helps in controlling cholesterol, diabetes and blood pressure. It is a very healthy and delicious indian dessert.