Badam Halwa (Almond fudge)


Hello friendsIn my first post of this year, I wish you a sweet start with this sweet dish, Badam Halwa. This 2016, look your 20 and feel 16 and also for many more years to come. After pinning coconut almond fudge on my Pinterest. I had wish to make something like this. But I didn’t…

Rava Laddu/Sooji Laddoo (Sweet Semolina balls)-


Rava/Sooji Laddoo is another sweet/dessert which I am sharing today is from Diwali Menu. Though it’s a bit late for it to get shared here but I could not feel it fine to move on with other recipes leaving it a more late entree. So I am trying to finish off first with the dishes…

Diwali’s Message & Diwali Recipes-


I wish y’all a very Happy, safe, pollution-free and a tasty Diwali. Look your best with your festivity inspired stylo-attires, brighten up your surroundings with joy, diwali lights & diyas; let this diwali be cracker-less and pollution-free; design a beautiful rangoli; do poojas-rituals n all for God’s blessings; gift & wish others & get back…

Oatmeal-Carrot Cake Bites


Christmas holidays have already begun and everyone seems drenched in festive mood.  Oatmeal-carrot cake bites are such comforting delicacy which you’d like to include in your festive menu for sure. They are so quick and comforting that will take equivalent no time to have one delightful treat without harming your relaxing mood of holidays. Oatmeal-Carrot…

Chocolate fudge Bites


Prepared Chocolate fudge bites as a celebration feast of the Christmas festive month.  Chocolate fudge bites are no bake, no sugar, no flour, vegan friendly chocolaty cookies. They get their munchiness with peanuts and shredded coconut included. They are a bit moist due to dates. Last year also I made similar cookies called Sweet Nutty…

Chawal Ke Laddoo or Rice flour Sweet Snow-Balls


Chawal ke laddoo or Rice flour laddoo-s are sweet round balls of rice flour which are very easy to make(no cooking). They with very simple recipe, got prepared in less of time. They are made as my first sweet treat to fall and for this Christmas season. See they look so aptly shaped like snow…

Balushahi (Sugar glazed Indian Donuts)


Balushahi (pronounced as Baalooshahi) is a traditional sweet from North India prepared on auspicious occasions. Now days when festive fever has caught us all Indian I couldn’t resist to make it in advance for Diwali as it is a storable sweet for 15-20 days. Balushahi is also popular as Badushah or Bhadushah in South India….

Lauki-Halwa/ Bottle-Gourd Pudding (Three Ingredients Recipe)


Lauki halwa is a dessert with bottle-gourd like pudding but the one I am sharing here, is actually a vegan (no animal/animal derived products)-form of pudding without milk inclusion. And as vegan option vegetable/olive oil can be used in place of desi ghee/clarified butter. Lauki is a Hindi name to Bottle gourd and other popular…

Parwal-Mithai/Sweets or Pointed Gourd Sweets


Sweets with a vegetable! This idea sounds some strange on general ground. Really both form a rare combination. But the Food World is mysteriously marvelous, filled with endless experiments, endless unpredictable blends of ingredients resulting in endless new innovative delicacies of rare combinations one after other. Parval sweets are neither new nor my experiment but…

Seviyan Kheer or Vermicelli Pudding


Seviyan kheer is a pudding made with vermicelli in sweetened milk. It is relished as a special dessert of various festivals in India; among which Eid-ul-fitr/Eid and Raksha Bandhan are the festivals that manifest the exceptionally significant place of this dessert in the festive meal-menu. The ongoing days of Ramazan month end with Eid-ul-fitr festival…

Mango Kesari/Mango Kesari Halwa or Mango Sheera


Hello guys! Here comes the awaited final dessert of mangoes, Mango Kesari which was fated to sign off mangoes for this season, on the blog. If you are checking out the updates here regularly, you would be guessing one thing from my few last updates that they all are going desserts. You know the reason?…

Basundi


Basundi is a delectable dessert belonging to Bihar, Maharashtra, Gujarat & Karnataka, but prepared in other regions of India too. “Basundi”, the name sounds weirdly rustic, no? But the name is conventional term coined for Sweetened dense milk. It is purely prepared with milk only where dry fruits and nuts serve as icing on the…