Rabri | How to make Rabdi

Rabdi

Rabri or rabdi is a traditional Indian sweet of thickened sweetened milk with layers of cream. It has mixed nuts added to it and can be served on its own or along with other dishes. This is a thick sweeten dessert made by reducing the milk to almost 1/3rd to the original quantity and garnished […]

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Nei Payasam | How to make Sharkara Payasam

Nei Payasam

Nei Payasam is a special payasam made with Unakkalari, jaggery and ghee and served during festival occasions in Kerala Temples. Unakkalari is a kind of raw rice used in Kerala and the rice is used without removing the rice bran. Nei Payasam, also called as Aravana Payasam is cooked in a brass uruli that is […]

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Rajgira Halwa | How to make Amaranth Halwa

Rajgira Halwa

Rajgira Halwa is a sweet made with Amaranth Seeds and is a popular sweet made during different festivals. Next time you plan to make some halwa for Raksha Bandhan, this dish can surely be done. As the name says, this halwa is made just with Amaranth Flour and sugar with loads of ghee and nuts […]

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Kuttu Ka Halwa | Buckwheat Flour Halwa

Kuttu Atta Ka Halwa

Kuttu Ka Halwa is yet another Vrat special dishes made during Navratri. This is a brown coloured flour and is a sticky halwa. Kuttu Ka Atta is Buckwheat flour, while this is not related to wheat family, it is a whole grain and very healthy. This is popularly used in different dishes during the fasting […]

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Singhara Ka Atta Halwa

Singhare Ka Atta Halwa

Singhare Ka Atta Halwa is a Vrat dishes popularly made during the Navratri season or for any Vrat time. This crumbly halwa is very easy to make. The Singhare Ka Atta is Water chestnut flour, is brownish in colour and cooks very fast. The tradition in many North Indian States refer to Farali Dishes or […]

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Carrot Coconut Milk Halwa

Carrot Coconut Milk Halwa

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my Readers! Carrot Coconut Milk Halwa is a sinful dessert made with grated carrots and cooked in coconut milk. The silky, nutty carrot halwa gets a makeover when cooked in coconut milk and is so delicious. Since I have so many versions of Carrot halwa on the blog, this version […]

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Alle Belle | Goan Coconut Jaggery Pancake

Alle Belle

Alle Belle is a simple to make delicious Goan Treat that can be served with Tea or as a Dessert. This will be a hit with kids as the pancake tastes wonderful with the stuffing inside. This easy pancake is stuffed with a mix made of coconut and palm jaggery. Since the recipe uses egg, […]

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Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua Recipe

Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua

Rajasthani Rabdi Malpua is a sinful dessert that is quite laborious but worth all the efforts it needs to get done. While both Malpua and Rabdi can be served on its own, in this classic combination, Malpua is served with a serving of Rabdi on top garnished with nuts. When I did the Rajasthani Thali, […]

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Roat ~ Sweet Flatbread from Uttarakhand

Roat

Roat is a sweet flatbread from Uttarakhand. These are made during weddings or other religious functions along with other traditional Garhwali dishes that are prepared. I came across this recipe during our other Regional Mega BM and ever since wanted to make it. I also read that along with this flatbread, they also make Arsa, […]

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Gur aur Til ki Roti | Jaggery and Sesame Flatbread

Gur Aur Til ki Roti

Gur aur Til Ki Roti is a sweet flatbread very similar to Puran Poli that’s made across many Indian States. This flatbread is made during Sankranthi with the harvest fresh Til and new jaggery. I had this planned for festival dishes during Sankranthi, then changed it when I realised I had to an A to […]

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Emirati Khameer Bread | Khamir Bread from UAE

Emirati Khameer Bread

Emirati Khameer Bread or Khamir Bread is one of the traditional breads from UAE, served for breakfast with fresh cheese. This simple yeasted bread makes a wonderful dish to enjoy with a hint of saffron and richness of other ingredients that are used. I adapted this recipe from Priya Sri, and almost followed it to […]

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