Today’s recipe is ‘Lapsi’. It is a very popular dessert recipe of Rajasthan. Lapsi is basically, broken wheat dessert, which is prepared for the special auspicious occasion in Rajasthan. Lapsi is rich dessert which is full of the goodness of dry fruits and ghee. Its sweetness comes from jaggery. It is also prepared quite often during the winter season, as it is enjoyed hot.
Today’s recipe is ‘Sweet Boondi’. This is one of my favorite desserts. Sweet boondi is famous in North India, when slightly mash, this same recipe can be used for motichoor/boondi laddoo. You can serve this dessert as a festive sweet.
Today’s recipe is ‘Atte Ka Halwa’. It is a dessert recipe which is made of whole wheat flour. It is a very popular dessert or halwa recipe of north India. One of my family’s favorite halwa recipe. Some people even have it as a breakfast. It is simple and quick dessert recipe. You need only 15-20 mins for this halwa. This halwa can be enjoyed with puri just like sooji halwa and puri combination.
Atte Ka Halwa
Happy Friendship day & Happy Rakshabandhan (in advance)! Today’s recipe is ‘Besan Ladoo’. It is one very easy and quick recipe of besan laddoo. You can prepare this quick dessert within 30-45 mins. This sweet is very popular in every Indian household during the festive season. It is healthy dessert recipe which is loved by every age group.
Today’s recipe is ‘Sabudana Kheer’. It is a traditional Indian dessert which is most commonly prepared during fasts or special occasion. This kheer is prepared using sabudana (sago pearls). I am a big fan of anything which is made of sabudana, this is also one of my personal favorites. Enjoy it during any season of the year.
Today’s recipe is ‘Shahi Tukra’. As the name suggests, it is really a very rich dessert recipe. You can prepare it for large gatherings at home or any festive occasion. Other name for this dish is double ka meetha. In this recipe you can use bread slices or toast. It is basically a bread pudding, in which bread slices are fried in ghee then dip in the milk and flavoured sugar syrup.
Happy New Year foodies ! Let’s start 2017 with something sweet, what better than winter special dessert ‘Gajar ka Halwa’. It is also known as gajrela in some parts of India. It is a sweet dessert made of grated carrots, milk, sugar, ghee and dry fruits.
Gajar ka Halwa
Serve it hot to your family and guests during winter season. ‘Halwa’ is an arabic word and it means sweet. You can store gajar ka halwa in fridge and can enjoy it for next two weeks. When serve hot and immediately it tastes divine. You can find many variation of this recipe, everyone prepare it according to their personal taste. Continue reading