Today’s recipe is ‘Aamras’. Aam ka ras is one of my favourite mango recipes. In north India, we enjoy Aamras with poori or chawal or plain. I personally like it having as a dessert without chawal or poori. It is basically a puree of mango which is sweet and tangy. You can adjust its consistency… Read More Aamras | Aam ka ras | How to make aamras
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… Read More Lapsi Recipe | Broken Wheat Dessert | Rajasthani Special
Today’s recipe is ‘Besan Burfi’. It is a festival time, all you need this time is a quick and easy recipe of sweets and namkeen, here is one such recipe for you. Besan barfi is a traditional sweet which is loved by every age group. In this recipe, you do not need to make sugar… Read More Besan Burfi | Besan Barfi Recipe
Today’s recipe is ‘Jalebi’. Jalebi is a very crisp dessert which is of circular shape. It is a very popular sweet in many countries of Asia. As the festive season is going to start soon, I am sharing a quick and easy recipe of jalebi. You do not need to ferment the batter. Try this… Read More Jalebi | How to make instant jalebi recipe
Today’s post is ‘Nylon Diet Poha’. It is a low calorie roasted very thin flattened rice (poha) snack. A very healthy chivda/namkeen recipe. Enjoy this snack as a tea-time snack or mid-meal healthy snack.
Today’s post is ‘Suji Ka Halwa’. Suji ka halwa is a dessert made of semolina. It is a very popular halwa recipe of India. This halwa requires very less time in its preparation. It is very commonly served as a Prasad for puja in India. Also popularly known as rava sheera, other versions of it are pineapple… Read More Suji Ka Halwa | Sooji ka Halwa Recipe
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.