Today’s recipe is ‘Sooji Dry Fruit Ladoo’. It is an easy dessert recipe, which is good for health. These ladoos helps in improving immunity during the winter season. It can be enjoyed as a mini snack, you can also pack one ladoo in your kid’s lunch box. It is a good way to introduce dry fruits in your and family’s diet.
Sooji Dry Fruit Ladoo
Today’s recipe is ‘Bathua Multigrain Poori’. You can easily get bathua these days in the market, as the vegetable market is full of green leafy vegetables. Bathua is also known as Chenopodium. I have already shared a bathua raita/yoghurt dip recipe on the blog. Puri is another way with which you can enjoy bathua and can even include it in your kid’s recipe.
Bathua Multigrain Poori
Today’s recipe is another winter speciality of Rajasthan ‘Haldi ki Sabzi’. It is made from fresh whole raw turmeric, which looks almost like ginger. Turmeric is warm in nature, that’s is why this very healthy dish for the winter season. There are many benefits of turmeric as we know, so do try preparing this recipe at home. Turmeric has many digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits.
Haldi ki Sabzi
Today’s recipe is ‘Homemade Garlic Bread’. You can prepare famous food joints style garlic bread at home. Garlic bread tastes awesome with soup or pasta or noodles, one can try this menu list for their kid’s birthday party also. Homemade and freshly baked garlic bread is my favourite during the winter season. Garlic bread can also be enjoyed as an appetizer or tea-time snack.
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 syrup. Besan is one ingredient which is used in so many dessert and snack recipe. You can easily store this barfi in an air-tight container.
For this recipe, you will need – besan, sugar, ghee, semolina, and few dry fruits. I have used sugar in my recipe, you can reduce preparation time by using powdered sugar. Th key to any besan recipe is roasting of besan, in this recipe also you need to roast besan till it is golden brown and start releasing a nutty fragrance.
For more festival special recipes, check – Jalebi | How to make instant jalebi recipe, Sweet Boondi | Tri color Sweet boondi | Meethi boondi, Besan Ladoo Recipe | how to make besan ladoo | Besan laddu, Sabudana Kheer Recipe | Sago Pearls Porridge, Falooda (Rose flavoured dessert beverage), Shahi Tukra (Indian Bread Pudding), Milk Powder Coconut Rolls (Quick sweet recipe), Phirni (Rose flavoured Indian rice pudding).
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Yield: 24 pieces
Duration: 20 mins (cook time) + 4-5 hours (preparation time)
Ingredients for Besan Burfi
|Gram flour / Besan ||2 cups
|Sugar (whole)||1 cup or as per taste
|Green cardamom powder||1/2 tsp
|Dry fruits and desiccated coconut||for garnishing
Method for Besan Burfi
- In a heavy bottomed pan, add ghee. Leth the ghee melt completely. Melt it on a very low heat.
- Add gram flour and semolina, roast/ cook for 6-7 minutes. Cook till besan turn golden in color and start emitting nutty fragrance.
- Add sugar (in powdered form preferably) and mix well. Cook for 2-3 mins more. Switch off the flame.
- Lastly, add cardamom powder, mix it well.
- Grease a thali, transfer besan mix in the thali.
- Press well to smoothen.
- Sprinkle chopped almonds, pistachios, and desiccated coconut.
- Leave to set for 4-5 hours at room temperature.
- Cut into pieces of your choice of size and shape.
- Enjoy besan barfi this festive season!
Today’s recipe is ‘Badam Milk’. This festive season welcome your guests and family with badam milk. According to the climate of your city, you can serve badam milk/dudh hot or cold. It tastes equally good in both ways. Badam dudh/ almond milk is a beverage from Mughlai cuisine. Almond flavored milk is a drink which is usually served during the festive and special occasion. Badam dudh is a hit among every age group from kids to elders.