Milk Powder Peda

Milk Powder Peda

  Peda is a popular Indian sweet made from mawa or khoya and sugar. It is semi soft, like fudge. It is made in many festivals and offered as “prasadam”. There are many variations of peda such as elaichi peda, kesar peda, chocolate peda.  Peda are popular as per the region they are made in, … Read more

Chocolate Milk Powder Burfi

Chocolate Milk Powder Burfi

  My today’s recipe is devoted to all my dear brothers. I wish them a very “Happy Rakshabhandan”. May god shower them with a healthy and wealthy life. May they always stay happy and blessed. We celebrate different festivals with different sweets. Some people want to make them at home while others prefer to buy … Read more

Sooji Sheera

Sooji Sheera

  Sooji Sheera is a traditional sweet which is very easy and quick to make. It does not require any advance preparations. When you have sudden guests coming for lunch or dinner, Sooji sheera is the wonderful dessert which can be made quickly to please your guests. You can also serve it in breakfast. This … Read more

Date Dryfruits Rolls

Date Dryfruit Rolls

This is an easy to make sweet. It is made from dates and dried nuts of your choice and does not contain sugar. The nuts can be chopped, roasted and then added to the date mixture. The roasted nuts give a nice crunchy taste. I have made the rolls by using the nuts in powdered … Read more

Halwasan (A sweet made from cracked or broken wheat and splitted milk)

Halwasan

This Recipe has been contributed by Khyati Shah Halwasan is the traditional Indian sweet from Khambhat (Cambay) area of Gujarat. It is made from cracked wheat, edible gum, sugar and split milk.  It has a fudge like texture and is gooey. It is a healthy sweet dish. Traditionally , Halwasan was made by soaking wheat, … Read more

Kaju Apple (Cashewnut Apple)

Kaju Apple (Cashewnut Apple)

The festival season is on and  I have made  “kaju apples” for Janmashtami. Janmashtami is the birth celebration of Lord Krishna. The festival is celebrated with pomp and enthusiasm. Some people choose to feast on traditional food  and others observe fast until the birth of Lord Krishna which is at midnight. Temples are decorated for the … Read more