Tag: festival recipes

easy makkan peda
Diwali Sweets & Snacks, Ramadan/ Bakrid Recipes, Recipes, Sweets & Desserts

Makkan peda recipe, Arcot makkan peda

Makkan peda/ Arcot makkan peda is a sweet delicacy prepared with maida and khoya, stuffed with dry fruits and nuts soaked in sugar syrup is very popular in Arcot, vellore district of Tamil Nadu. So I got to know about this sweet from my hubby as he is also from […]

quinoa kheer
Holi Recipes, North Indian recipes, Recipes, South Indian recipes

Quinoa kheer recipe, Quinoa payasam, Quinoa recipes

Quinoa kheer is a one such delicious dessert that I have tasted till date, yes a nutty flavored kheer with mild crunchiness perfectly powered with cardamom powder and sweetness is a real treat for our taste buds and a bliss for kheer lovers. As always my recipe will not include […]

mango kesari
Recipes, Sweets & Desserts

Mango kesari, Mango sheera, How to make mango kesari

Mango kesari/ Mango sheera is a quick and delicious sweet recipe prepared with sooji and mango puree as key ingredients. Adding ghee and cardamom powder adds to its taste. Mango sheera recipe was given to me by my mom long long ago so long that i was again reminded by […]

pudina sev
Recipes, Snacks

Pudina sev recipe, Mint sev, How to make pudina sev

Pudina sev/ Mint sev is a delicious, flavorful and green colored healthy snack prepared by adding freshly ground mint juice to besan mixture, which is made into dough, pressed and deep fried as sev. Sounds super easy right, same goes with the taste a crunchy sev with flavors of mint […]

North Indian recipes, Recipes

Rasgulla recipe, Homemade rasgulla, Soft and spongy rasgulla

Rasgulla is a soft and fluffy white colored round shaped delicious Indian dessert (Bengali) that needs no introduction. Rasgulla is made from curdled milk called chenna, which is kneaded into soft dough, shaped, cooked in sugar syrup, chilled and then served. Making rasgulla requires some patience and time with some […]

badam payasam
Diwali Sweets & Snacks, Festival, Ganesh chaturthi recipes, Holi Recipes, Ramadan/ Bakrid Recipes, Recipes, Sweets & Desserts, Varalakshmi vratham

Badam kheer recipe, Badam payasam, Almond dessert recipe, Badam milk

Badam kheer is a thick creamy and delicious Indian dessert prepared with badam/ almond and milk with flavors of saffron and cardamom to make any occasion or festival special. Badam kheer is one such quick and easy dessert that can be prepared with handful ingredients and also without involving much […]

Festival, North Indian recipes, Recipes, South Indian recipes, Ugadi recipes

Watermelon seeds burfi recipe, Easy watermelon seed burfi

Watermelon seed burfi is a new and interesting sweet recipe that I am happy to introduce in my blog as it is a sweet fudge that no one has ever heard or tasted it. This watermelon seed burfi is not only new it is very easy to make and involves […]

doodh peda
Diwali Sweets & Snacks, Ganesh chaturthi recipes, Holi Recipes, Instant Recipes, Recipes, Sweets & Desserts

Doodh peda recipe, Milk peda, Instant milk peda recipe

Doodh peda/ Milk peda is a delicious Indian milk sweet/ fudge that can be prepared to make any festival special. The traditional doodh peda/ milk peda preparation involves time consuming process hence I though to share this simple and quick method of making peda using condensed milk and milk powder […]

instant palkova
Instant Recipes, Recipes, South Indian recipes

Instant palkova recipe, Microwave palkova, Theratipaal recipe

Palkova/ Theratipaal is a very delicious and lip smacking milk sweet famous in a southern part of India called SRIVILLIPUTHUR. The traditional palkova has a labor intensive procedure requiring lot of patience and experience as well, since my blog is all about recipes that are instant and simplified to help […]

quinoa halwa
North Indian recipes, Recipes, South Indian recipes

Quinoa halwa recipe, Easy halwa recipe

Quinoa halwa is a very delicious and healthy halwa which I think most if us haven’t heard of or has ever tasted it. Me and my mom have discussed a lot regarding the aroma of qunioa and khas khas being the same when ground into paste, and those talks popped […]