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Bhapa Doi

Bhapa Doi is a traditional Bengali festival sweet dish. This is a very simple dessert to make. Ingredients: Milk 1 cup Thick yogurt, whisked 1cup Condensed milk 400 gm Almonds (blanched and peeled) 10 Pistachios (blanched and peeled) 15 Raisins 15 Method: Heat the water in a pressure cooker. Take milk in a deep stainless […]

Shahi Tukda

Shahi Tukda Shahi Tukda is a popular Indian sweet. It is easy and quick to make. You can eat it as breakfast or as dessert. Shahi Tukda is one of the rich desserts which are famous in North India. Ingredients: White Bread  6 slices Ghee or oil to deep fry Milk 2 cups Sugar 4 […]

Twisted Bread with Carom Seeds

Ajwain Bread is nothing but bread with twisted shape and spiced with Ajwain. Ajwain is an Indian spice used generally In Indian food, Indian flat bread and other Indian cuisines. It is a easy recipe which gives you a great aroma and ajwain flavor while baking. You can have this Ajwain Bread with tea or […]

Rava Ladoo Recipe

Ladoo is a very popular ball-shaped sweet popular in South Asian Countries which has a number of varieties. Rava Ladoo is one of them. Ingredients: 2 cup rava (rawa/suji/semolina) 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 cup ghee 8-10 blanched almonds 1/2 cup grated coconut 1 tbsp broken cashew nuts 1 tbsp raisins 1 tbsp […]

Imarti Recipe

Imarti is an Indian dessert made by deep-frying urad  (dal) flour batter in a kind of pretzel or circular shape, then soaked in sugar syrup.  In North India it is often consumed with curd (dahi) for breakfast. Ingredients: Split black gram skinless (urad dal) 1 cup Rice 1/4 cup Saffron colour 1 pinch Sugar  5 […]

Sweet Khoya Samosha

Sweet samoshas are a bit of a paradox because when we say samoshas you imagine hot crispy triangles that will taste like spicy cooked vegetables when you bite into them. But all Holi recipes cannot be hot and spicy, we need some desserts too. This samosha recipe is also for a fried snacks item, the […]

Punjabi Kali Dal

Kali Dal is one of dish of karva choth recipe book. After chand puja women take different type of food And sweet dish. Just as Badam Puri, Kali dal, Rabdi, Alu tikki, Dum Aloo, Malpua etc. This festival is only for ladies. Our mother and sister take fast for there husband. One by one i […]


This is a traditional Indian dessert. Spongy milky balls soaked in hot saffron flavored sugar syrup. Gulab Jamun can be enjoyed both hot as well as cold. Gulab jamun originates from an Arabic dessert. Gulab jamun is a dessert often eaten at festivals or major celebrations such as marriages, festival time Ingredients: 2 cups khoya […]

Cashew Cassata

Cassata is a traditional Italian dessert served at celebrations such as weddings. This dessert is a layer of cashews and almonds. It is a very quick and a easy to make dessert. Dear reader this is festive season .Try these sweet dishes in your kitchen and enjoy. INGREDIENTS: Cashew Nuts 1/2 cup Almonds 1/2 cup […]

Poori Bhaji

Poori Bhaji is a very famous dish, can  found gracing an Indian meal on almost all festive occasions. In puja, party, picnic, family gathering or a holiday afternoon, poori bhajiis must made It is the popular Indian meal served with spicy potato vegetable. It is not only very delicious, but also quite simple to make. […]