indian sweets Archive

  • Hello ! after a while… Today I am not in a mood to share anything sweet but yet I am sharing this  bowl of pineapple pudding, in remembrance of good times and to keep alive my faith and hopes.  When your life is in total mess nothing entertains you. I am currently passing through a very bad phase in my life, in my relationship. However the situation is worse, I always believe there exist a scope to rebuild it. A flicker of […]

    Saffron Pineapple halwa -remembrance of good times together

    Hello ! after a while… Today I am not in a mood to share anything sweet but yet I am sharing this  bowl of pineapple pudding, in remembrance of good times and to keep alive my faith and hopes.  When your life is in total mess nothing entertains you. I am currently passing through a very bad phase in my life, in my relationship. However the situation is worse, I always believe there exist a scope to rebuild it. A flicker of […]

  • Happy Sankranti to all my readers. In last few days we were busy transferring our site to a different server. Hence could not post any new recipes. Gur’er naru or coconut jaggery sweet balls is one amazingly simple Indian confection that you can make at home in no time. Paper boats. Colorful toffee wrappers. Orange shaped lozenges. Narkel’er naru. Childhood memories. Precious moments resplendent with innocence, joy and mischief. In a Bengali household these sweet confection balls of jaggery and […]

    Gur’er naru / Coconut and jaggery sweet confection balls

    Happy Sankranti to all my readers. In last few days we were busy transferring our site to a different server. Hence could not post any new recipes. Gur’er naru or coconut jaggery sweet balls is one amazingly simple Indian confection that you can make at home in no time. Paper boats. Colorful toffee wrappers. Orange shaped lozenges. Narkel’er naru. Childhood memories. Precious moments resplendent with innocence, joy and mischief. In a Bengali household these sweet confection balls of jaggery and […]

  • I cook lots of sweets now a days (read post-marriage addiction). So when Sankranti festival is near how can I celebrate it without any sweets to adorn my table. To celebrate the occasion here we present – sweet potato jamuns or mishti aloo’r pantua as it is lovingly known in Bengal. This sweet potato jamuns were on my long list of “things to do”. I was always daunted by its multiple stages of cooking. With more patience and time I […]

    Mishti aloo’r pantua / sweet potato gulab jamun – Sankranti recipes

    I cook lots of sweets now a days (read post-marriage addiction). So when Sankranti festival is near how can I celebrate it without any sweets to adorn my table. To celebrate the occasion here we present – sweet potato jamuns or mishti aloo’r pantua as it is lovingly known in Bengal. This sweet potato jamuns were on my long list of “things to do”. I was always daunted by its multiple stages of cooking. With more patience and time I […]

  • I need something sweet today that can be made easily without fretting too much, like this rawa kesari, to expel the unpleasant thoughts from my mind. After wasting my time for full 40 minutes glued before the idiot box and watching an awful food show, I seriously need something sweet to eat today. In anticipation that it will save my day and will make me feel better.  Anyway, it is a bad idea to start a blog post in terrible […]

    Rava kesari / Semolina / sooji ka halwa and tale of confused Indian gastronome

    I need something sweet today that can be made easily without fretting too much, like this rawa kesari, to expel the unpleasant thoughts from my mind. After wasting my time for full 40 minutes glued before the idiot box and watching an awful food show, I seriously need something sweet to eat today. In anticipation that it will save my day and will make me feel better.  Anyway, it is a bad idea to start a blog post in terrible […]

  • Saffronstreaks wishes Happy & Prosperous Diwali to all, may you have safe, glowing and beautiful year ahead ! All I have this Diwali is a box full of Agre ka Angoori petha / crystallized white pumpkins or candy and a delightful book on history of sweet inventions or dessert by Michael Krondl  as you would love to frame it. This post is not about the book review or a new recipe to cherish this Diwali, it’s all about tracing our roots back […]

    Sacred fudge, an ode to Indian mithais and Diwali celebration

    Saffronstreaks wishes Happy & Prosperous Diwali to all, may you have safe, glowing and beautiful year ahead ! All I have this Diwali is a box full of Agre ka Angoori petha / crystallized white pumpkins or candy and a delightful book on history of sweet inventions or dessert by Michael Krondl  as you would love to frame it. This post is not about the book review or a new recipe to cherish this Diwali, it’s all about tracing our roots back […]

  • Subho bijoya and Happy Vijaydashmi to all my readers !  Like other Indian festivals, many stories surrounds this festival too. Dusshera is special one , as it celebrates triumph of good over evil …truth alone prevails…and it profess the importance of defeating evil in our lives.  I am not a religious person, but I love the essence of this festival. Tradition or no tradition, sweets are essential part of this festival. A sweet laden send off to Ma Durga who […]

    Celebrating dusshera with kaju barfi malai

    Subho bijoya and Happy Vijaydashmi to all my readers !  Like other Indian festivals, many stories surrounds this festival too. Dusshera is special one , as it celebrates triumph of good over evil …truth alone prevails…and it profess the importance of defeating evil in our lives.  I am not a religious person, but I love the essence of this festival. Tradition or no tradition, sweets are essential part of this festival. A sweet laden send off to Ma Durga who […]

  • Today we are going to present a very special dessert from the city of Nizam’s – Hyderabadi qubani ka meetha aka Indian apricot fool (e) or pudding and one of Hyderabad’s special dessert, for which the city is known for. Summers are for peaches, berries and apricots. Apricots mature early than the others, fresh one has a hint of tang in them but I love their apricot y color and musky flavor.  The fruit is native to Armenia and the […]

    Hyderabadi qubani ka meetha / Indian apricot pudding or fool (e)

    Today we are going to present a very special dessert from the city of Nizam’s – Hyderabadi qubani ka meetha aka Indian apricot fool (e) or pudding and one of Hyderabad’s special dessert, for which the city is known for. Summers are for peaches, berries and apricots. Apricots mature early than the others, fresh one has a hint of tang in them but I love their apricot y color and musky flavor.  The fruit is native to Armenia and the […]

  • Fig fudge or fig and chocolate fudge or anjeer (fig) halwa or anjeer barfi, it goes by many name but it has only one language that speaks deliciousness in every bite ! Holi like other festivals of India always holds a special place in our heart, and being very adventurous by nature I never shied away from playing with colors. In those days in my prime years, festivals like holi used to be celebrated with great fervor, a three-day affair, not like weekend celebration of today’s […]

    Cardamom scented fig and chocolate fudge / anjeer halwa or barfi for Holi

    Fig fudge or fig and chocolate fudge or anjeer (fig) halwa or anjeer barfi, it goes by many name but it has only one language that speaks deliciousness in every bite ! Holi like other festivals of India always holds a special place in our heart, and being very adventurous by nature I never shied away from playing with colors. In those days in my prime years, festivals like holi used to be celebrated with great fervor, a three-day affair, not like weekend celebration of today’s […]

  • Saffronstreaks wishes Happy & Prosperous Diwali to all, may you have safe, glowing and beautiful year ahead ! We @ saffronstreaks celebrating Diwali with everyone’s beloved “gajar ka halwa” and if it doesnt excites you enough, then wait, we are going to serve it differently. How ? Read it further. Gone are the days when Diwali used to be a week long affair, rather than a weekend thing which seems much like a chore to me rather than a celebration. Galore of homemade […]

    Almond crust tart filled with Indian carrot pudding – a Diwali special

    Saffronstreaks wishes Happy & Prosperous Diwali to all, may you have safe, glowing and beautiful year ahead ! We @ saffronstreaks celebrating Diwali with everyone’s beloved “gajar ka halwa” and if it doesnt excites you enough, then wait, we are going to serve it differently. How ? Read it further. Gone are the days when Diwali used to be a week long affair, rather than a weekend thing which seems much like a chore to me rather than a celebration. Galore of homemade […]

  • Saffronstreaks wishes everyone who stops by very Happy Vijaydashami On this special occasion we are celebrating it with paneer jalebi which Bongs fondly refers to as “chanar jilepi”. Bengal the sweet pot of India always relishes on sweets that are made with pure fresh chana or cheese rather than the milk solids or mawa. This chanar jilepi or paneer jalebi is very much indigenous to the Bengali cuisine and is something that you wont come across in other cities frequently.   This is very simple […]

    Celebrating Dusshera with Bengali chanar / paneer jalebi

    Saffronstreaks wishes everyone who stops by very Happy Vijaydashami On this special occasion we are celebrating it with paneer jalebi which Bongs fondly refers to as “chanar jilepi”. Bengal the sweet pot of India always relishes on sweets that are made with pure fresh chana or cheese rather than the milk solids or mawa. This chanar jilepi or paneer jalebi is very much indigenous to the Bengali cuisine and is something that you wont come across in other cities frequently.   This is very simple […]

  • After the BREAK……BREAK ke baad… We are back , yes WE ARE BACK with some delicious stories that will sure entertain you… Ya I know we took an un announced break from blogging, from social networks … just to get indulge in some secluded “ME” time… and it really works wonders on you and rejuvenates with more creativity…bubbling with new stories that we cant wait to share with you… Weather is absolutley beautiful outside…crisp, cool and sunny, bright which instantly cheers you up and season’s first break […]

    Orange infused mava barfi jewelled with pistachios

    After the BREAK……BREAK ke baad… We are back , yes WE ARE BACK with some delicious stories that will sure entertain you… Ya I know we took an un announced break from blogging, from social networks … just to get indulge in some secluded “ME” time… and it really works wonders on you and rejuvenates with more creativity…bubbling with new stories that we cant wait to share with you… Weather is absolutley beautiful outside…crisp, cool and sunny, bright which instantly cheers you up and season’s first break […]

  • I was planning to make pure chocolate gujiya this Holi, to satiate my never-ending desire for chocolates, but as they say “women proposes and God disposes ” ! my oven ditches me at the last moment and developed a technical snag which needs some expert hands to rectify it. Today morning it finally sprung back into life once again, but due to lack of time and other constraints, I could not go for pure chocolate gujiya, however I decided to make […]

    Gujiya infused with chocolate flavour

    I was planning to make pure chocolate gujiya this Holi, to satiate my never-ending desire for chocolates, but as they say “women proposes and God disposes ” ! my oven ditches me at the last moment and developed a technical snag which needs some expert hands to rectify it. Today morning it finally sprung back into life once again, but due to lack of time and other constraints, I could not go for pure chocolate gujiya, however I decided to make […]

  • I know I am little late in wishing everyone Happy Sankranti , but at times it becomes really difficult to squeeze out some extra time for blogging, and when it coincide with Holidays it becomes all the more difficult. It was a long weekend, here in US, and being new in NC, we went to scout the neighborhood, a short trip to State’s Farmers Market which reveals some new surprises, that I will blog about it later and explored some […]

    Pithe patishapta for Sankranti or rice crepes with coconut filling

    I know I am little late in wishing everyone Happy Sankranti , but at times it becomes really difficult to squeeze out some extra time for blogging, and when it coincide with Holidays it becomes all the more difficult. It was a long weekend, here in US, and being new in NC, we went to scout the neighborhood, a short trip to State’s Farmers Market which reveals some new surprises, that I will blog about it later and explored some […]

  • Wishing you all who stops by a very Happy, safe and prosperous Diwali Celebrating Diwali with mawa kachori and peda / pedha. “Sweets are always an integral part of any joyous or festive celebrations in India and so when Diwali comes the ladoos, pedas, barfis, jalebis , seera, rabdi all dressed in gorgeous attire arrives at the market to lure us which even the calorie conscious people find hard to resist. Hence to score on this front the sweetmeat shops […]

    mawe ki kachori and peda – Indian sweets

    Wishing you all who stops by a very Happy, safe and prosperous Diwali Celebrating Diwali with mawa kachori and peda / pedha. “Sweets are always an integral part of any joyous or festive celebrations in India and so when Diwali comes the ladoos, pedas, barfis, jalebis , seera, rabdi all dressed in gorgeous attire arrives at the market to lure us which even the calorie conscious people find hard to resist. Hence to score on this front the sweetmeat shops […]

  • Does cooking needs some special skills ? Or is it just a matter of personal taste and choices, preferences ? Or do you believe that any one can cook ? just any one…??? If you have watched  Ratatouille (the movie), you must have known, what and who am I referring to , the famous French chef Gusteau who believes that “anyone can cook” , just you need right aptitude for it. Cooking is an art, and that involves not only […]

    coconut laddoo / sweet coconut balls

    Does cooking needs some special skills ? Or is it just a matter of personal taste and choices, preferences ? Or do you believe that any one can cook ? just any one…??? If you have watched  Ratatouille (the movie), you must have known, what and who am I referring to , the famous French chef Gusteau who believes that “anyone can cook” , just you need right aptitude for it. Cooking is an art, and that involves not only […]

  • Subho Bijoya Saffronstreaks wishes everyone who stops by a very happy Vijaydashami. On this special occasion, we @ saffronstreaks are celebrating Dussehra or Vijaydashami with a sweet note kalakand or qalakand – the delectable Indian milk fudge. The origin of qalakand can be traced back its root to Arabic cuisine, as the root word qand means sweet in Arabic language. (courtesy : Wikipedia) This is one of the most scrumptious sweet in North and East India where milky white kalakand are hugely popular but in Western India, its fried version or the Ajmeri Kalakand is […]

    celebrating dussehra with kalakand – Indian milk fudge

    Subho Bijoya Saffronstreaks wishes everyone who stops by a very happy Vijaydashami. On this special occasion, we @ saffronstreaks are celebrating Dussehra or Vijaydashami with a sweet note kalakand or qalakand – the delectable Indian milk fudge. The origin of qalakand can be traced back its root to Arabic cuisine, as the root word qand means sweet in Arabic language. (courtesy : Wikipedia) This is one of the most scrumptious sweet in North and East India where milky white kalakand are hugely popular but in Western India, its fried version or the Ajmeri Kalakand is […]

  • Bengali’s love for sweet dish is well-known affair and sondesh they simply adore it. The great Bengali luncheon always ends on a sweet note, and it does not stops there, it continues with late afternoon tea and dinner as well. Life revolves around tales of sweets from birth, marriage till death and memories laden with nostalgia keep haunting, weaving the stories and unfolding the secrets of sandesh making, a culinary art which remains the forte of selected few. A 150 year […]

    mango sandesh – a summer delight

    Bengali’s love for sweet dish is well-known affair and sondesh they simply adore it. The great Bengali luncheon always ends on a sweet note, and it does not stops there, it continues with late afternoon tea and dinner as well. Life revolves around tales of sweets from birth, marriage till death and memories laden with nostalgia keep haunting, weaving the stories and unfolding the secrets of sandesh making, a culinary art which remains the forte of selected few. A 150 year […]

  • The world is becoming a huge melting pot where diverse cultures melts, embracing each others flavours, ethnicity wears a contemporary look and modernization rooted in traditions, culinary and cultural boundaries has dissolved long ago into oblivion and the global gourmet table wears a (con) fusion look. Hollaindaise embraces cilantro, rasgullas are dressed up with strawberry foam, gulabjamuns sweating in chocolate fondue, rasmalais lost their way in mascarpone cheese cakes, avials are the new (rata)touille, futomaki (sushi) goes lyrical with mango salsa, kimchis are well secured inside tacos, […]

    bhapa sandesh meets strawberry and a bengali fusion delight

    The world is becoming a huge melting pot where diverse cultures melts, embracing each others flavours, ethnicity wears a contemporary look and modernization rooted in traditions, culinary and cultural boundaries has dissolved long ago into oblivion and the global gourmet table wears a (con) fusion look. Hollaindaise embraces cilantro, rasgullas are dressed up with strawberry foam, gulabjamuns sweating in chocolate fondue, rasmalais lost their way in mascarpone cheese cakes, avials are the new (rata)touille, futomaki (sushi) goes lyrical with mango salsa, kimchis are well secured inside tacos, […]

  • Bengali mishti doi / sweet yogurt is the quintessential dessert without which a Bengali lunch can be said as complete. Ingredients: Milk (full cream): 500 ml Date jaggery (crushed) : 2-3 tbsp Curd: 2 tsp with live culture bacteria Method : Heat the milk in a heavy bottom pan and reduce it to 1/2 of its original quantity. Take off from the heat and let it cool slightly for couple of minutes. Add the date jaggery to the milk and […]

    Bengali mishti doi / sweet yogurt

    Bengali mishti doi / sweet yogurt is the quintessential dessert without which a Bengali lunch can be said as complete. Ingredients: Milk (full cream): 500 ml Date jaggery (crushed) : 2-3 tbsp Curd: 2 tsp with live culture bacteria Method : Heat the milk in a heavy bottom pan and reduce it to 1/2 of its original quantity. Take off from the heat and let it cool slightly for couple of minutes. Add the date jaggery to the milk and […]

  • Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh / rice pudding with date jaggery

    Bengali nolen gurer payesh or rice pudding with date jaggery / molasses is the most favoured desserts in Bengali homes for any occasions. Ingredients: Milk: 200ml Rice (gobindo bhog) or any fragrant rice: 6 tsp Date jaggery / molasses (crushed) : 1/2 cup Bay leaf: 1 or 2 Cardamom pods: 2-3 Method: Soak the rice (gobindo bhog or dubraj or any fragrant small to medium grain rice in water for 30 minutes. Drain and let it dry for few more […]

  • Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

    rosogolla r payesh / rasgulla e ki kheer

    Who doesn’t love rosogolla or rasgulla ? It is perhaps the most wanted and hot favourite sweet not only among the Bengalis but the entire nation loved it. I am sure the foodies / non-foodies alike will agree with me on this. Rasgulla / rosogolla comes in all the sizes but when you gulp down the sweet cheese balls soaked in syrup , it filled you with joy and happiness. A pot full of rasgulla for every occasion. Rosogolla r payesh / rasgulle ki kheer is one of […]

  • Saffronstreakswishes its readers a very Happy Holi. Malpua or the sweet , fennel scented fluffy Indian pancakes drenched in sugary syrup and when served along with rabri becomes heavenly delicious, a deadly combo which can never go wrong and make the festival of color and joy all the more delicious and sweet. Malpua enjoys a very strong integral relationship with Holi and there is a small story behind it. “In early 16th century Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, a Hindu saint and social […]

    malpua (syrupy Indian pancakes) rabdi and holi

    Saffronstreakswishes its readers a very Happy Holi. Malpua or the sweet , fennel scented fluffy Indian pancakes drenched in sugary syrup and when served along with rabri becomes heavenly delicious, a deadly combo which can never go wrong and make the festival of color and joy all the more delicious and sweet. Malpua enjoys a very strong integral relationship with Holi and there is a small story behind it. “In early 16th century Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, a Hindu saint and social […]

  • This is one halwa or pudding (as you like to call it) which will definitely surprise you, if you are not  familiar with it. Many years back, when I was not much into cooking and all, I got a chance to taste it at my friend’s place. It was light pink in color, which was quiet unusual and taste exactly like carrot (gajar ka halwa) halwa. Later I came to know that it was doodhi / lauki / bottlegourd halwa, with an artificial color […]

    doodhi halwa – unusual but tasty

    This is one halwa or pudding (as you like to call it) which will definitely surprise you, if you are not  familiar with it. Many years back, when I was not much into cooking and all, I got a chance to taste it at my friend’s place. It was light pink in color, which was quiet unusual and taste exactly like carrot (gajar ka halwa) halwa. Later I came to know that it was doodhi / lauki / bottlegourd halwa, with an artificial color […]

  • Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

    mango kheer – summer is calling

    Mango is heavenly delicious, irresistibly tempting and when combined with freshly whipped cream, becomes more sinful and charmed every one with its mellow fruity flavour which lingers in memory for a long time. The fruit itself exudes so much warmth and comfort, just like a tropical sunshine, and on a lazy summer afternoon, seeking shade under its green lusty boughs, time just flies away. Mango kheer speaks about the delicious combination of the ripe pulpy goodness of mango and rich creamy […]

  • Phirni or firni is a traditional north Indian dessert, can be interpreted as rice pudding and is usually flavored with dry fruits. Phirni is one versatile dessert which can be flavored differently according to one’s taste and when strawberry is the fruit of the season, then why not make it with freshly chopped strawberries, which not only will give this traditional dish a twist but also its luscious deep red color will stimulate your senses. We are happy to announce […]

    strawberry firni

    Phirni or firni is a traditional north Indian dessert, can be interpreted as rice pudding and is usually flavored with dry fruits. Phirni is one versatile dessert which can be flavored differently according to one’s taste and when strawberry is the fruit of the season, then why not make it with freshly chopped strawberries, which not only will give this traditional dish a twist but also its luscious deep red color will stimulate your senses. We are happy to announce […]

  • Happy Diwali   with Gulab jamuns We wishes everyone who stops by a very “Joyous and Sparkling Diwali”. Have lots of fun, sweets and be watchful with crackers. We also hope that you have liked the Diwali special recipes and other related sweet stories on Diwali and please be careful about the spurious mawa stuff. On festive season we un intelligently binge on everything that looks edible, so please take special care about it and here are some mithai red list which […]

    gulab jamuns says happy diwali

    Happy Diwali   with Gulab jamuns We wishes everyone who stops by a very “Joyous and Sparkling Diwali”. Have lots of fun, sweets and be watchful with crackers. We also hope that you have liked the Diwali special recipes and other related sweet stories on Diwali and please be careful about the spurious mawa stuff. On festive season we un intelligently binge on everything that looks edible, so please take special care about it and here are some mithai red list which […]

  • …diwali / halloween recipe… Gorgeous yellow-orange pumpkin is the fruit of the season and since tomorrow is Halloween, everywhere it is pumpkin-pumpkin all the way. You can prepare some jack-o-lanterns with the much colored red pumpkins to hang on your door or make some pie or cakes out of this rich and fleshy fruit. Read here for pumpkin pancakes and see some gorgeous pics:pumpkin pancakes This recipe of pumpkin halwa has been taken from Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s most famous […]

    diwali recipes – pumpkin halwa

    …diwali / halloween recipe… Gorgeous yellow-orange pumpkin is the fruit of the season and since tomorrow is Halloween, everywhere it is pumpkin-pumpkin all the way. You can prepare some jack-o-lanterns with the much colored red pumpkins to hang on your door or make some pie or cakes out of this rich and fleshy fruit. Read here for pumpkin pancakes and see some gorgeous pics:pumpkin pancakes This recipe of pumpkin halwa has been taken from Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s most famous […]

  • …diwali special recipe… Broken wheat or dalia as  popularly known is highly nutritious because it is enriched with bran and germs, dietary fibers, manganese and is a good substitute for the staple diet of rice. Whether you mix with lentils and seasonal vegetables to make khichadi or pulav and with milk it makes a delicious dessert. Here goes the recipe for broken wheat kheer. Enjoy ! broken wheat kheer Ingredients: Broken Wheat (dalia): 100 gm Milk: 500 ml Clarified butter […]

    diwali recipes – broken wheat kheer

    …diwali special recipe… Broken wheat or dalia as  popularly known is highly nutritious because it is enriched with bran and germs, dietary fibers, manganese and is a good substitute for the staple diet of rice. Whether you mix with lentils and seasonal vegetables to make khichadi or pulav and with milk it makes a delicious dessert. Here goes the recipe for broken wheat kheer. Enjoy ! broken wheat kheer Ingredients: Broken Wheat (dalia): 100 gm Milk: 500 ml Clarified butter […]

  • …diwali special recipe… Rasmalais …hmm…the yummy creamy sweet cheese dumplings. Rasmalai is everyone’s favorite and is popular too. So this classic dessert inspires me to make another variant called bread rasmalai, with milk breads, cream, thickened milk and dry fruits. Very easy to make and rich on taste too. Here goes the recipe for bread rasmalai. Enjoy ! bread rasmalai Ingredients: Milk: 500 ml Milk Bread: 6-8 slices Sugar: ½ cup Almonds: ¼ cup Pistachio nuts: ¼ cup Clarified butter or Ghee: […]

    diwali recipes – bread rasmalai

    …diwali special recipe… Rasmalais …hmm…the yummy creamy sweet cheese dumplings. Rasmalai is everyone’s favorite and is popular too. So this classic dessert inspires me to make another variant called bread rasmalai, with milk breads, cream, thickened milk and dry fruits. Very easy to make and rich on taste too. Here goes the recipe for bread rasmalai. Enjoy ! bread rasmalai Ingredients: Milk: 500 ml Milk Bread: 6-8 slices Sugar: ½ cup Almonds: ¼ cup Pistachio nuts: ¼ cup Clarified butter or Ghee: […]

  • sinful gajar ka halwa Carrot is good for health no doubt !  Drinking a glass of fresh carrot  juice daily will keep you in the pink of your health, you know it very well, you have been told so by many people, and you have probably read as much at so many places. But will you do that ? Nah ! When winter approaches and fresh stocks of ruby-red carrots arriveto tease youtempt you, your fickle mind starts driftingand tossing the idea, […]

    gajar ka halwa

    sinful gajar ka halwa Carrot is good for health no doubt !  Drinking a glass of fresh carrot  juice daily will keep you in the pink of your health, you know it very well, you have been told so by many people, and you have probably read as much at so many places. But will you do that ? Nah ! When winter approaches and fresh stocks of ruby-red carrots arriveto tease youtempt you, your fickle mind starts driftingand tossing the idea, […]

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