Gulab Jamun is a popular North Indian sweet and its my favorite too. Let's prepare Gulab Jamun.
Sattu is often used for making beverage, kachori, parantha but sattu can also be used to prepare mouth relishing ladoo that too in minimum time. If you wish to make sweet dish in less time then try making sattu ladoos. Everyone will surely like these.
Jaggery is a rich source of iron and protein. You can try making Til (sesame) Patti in winters at home. I m sure your family members and kids will definitely like it.
Dhaniya Panjiri Prasad is eaten when one is on fast and is allowed to eat fruits. Normally, Panjiri is made from wheat flour so it is not taken as prasad but Panjiri is the first thing people eat to break fasts.
Dhania Panjiri is specially eaten on Janmashthami to break one's fast. You can make and eat Dhaniya(coriander) Panjiri whenever you feel like, it is very tasty and nutritious.
Malpua is a traditional recipe that can be made very easily. Malpua and Kheer are served as a tradition after any religious ceremony or any auspicious day. Malpua is made in many different styles and different flavors. Somewhere it is made with mashed sweet bananas and maida flour with milk or water. Cardamom is then added to it to make Banana Malpua. You can also substitute banana with pinepapple or mango making Mango Malpua or Pineaple Malpua. Some people also use rice flour instead of wheat or maida. Malpua is fried and dipped in sugar syrup and then served with kheer.
Kala jamun is one of the most popular and favorite sweet dish. It is also known as Kala Jaam. Kala jamun and gulab jamuns are prepared with the same method, but kala jamun is slightly hard on the surface and gets little dark on the surface. These tempting jamuns are little stiff on outside and stuffed with dryfruits inside and sweet.
We make many dishes for a new mother so that her health remains fit and fine like Gond ladoo, haleem ladoo, Gond paag, makhana paag, coconut paag, harira and a special panjiri which is made of kamar kass (butea gond). Kamar kass is very beneficial for new mothers after delivery as it helps recover their health.
Methi Ladoo is a traditional recipe which is more of a Ayurvedic medicine than a sweetmeat. This is given to mothers after they deliver the baby. It is also used as a cure for back or joint pains during winters.
In this freezing cold prepare Methi ke ladoo and give them to the elders at home or send them to other elders around you. This will please them and seeing them happy will make you happy as well.
We make bhelpuri and other namkeens from Puffed Rice. But kids also love to eat Sweet Puffed Rice. You can also spread the layer of sugar on Kheel also to make them crunchy. Kids are fond of sweets and nothing better than providing them sweet things to eat made at home itself. Lets make Sweet Murmura - Sweet Borogula today.
Many types of butter(Makkhan) are known like Makhan Malai which is like thick froth, it by churning curd and traditional Braj Makhan is made by tying curd in a cloth.
You can make Braj Makhan on Janmashthami and it is very tasty. It is cools and gives energy to the body. Braj Makhan was a favorite of Lord Krishna, you will also like it. Let us make delicious Braj Makhan today.
Ghevar is a special sweet for the festival of Sawan and Rakhsha Bandhan. Being an Indian resident we can find Ghevar everywhere in the market during these festivals, but people who stay in foreign countries are not able to find it so easily. The good news is that you can easily make it at home and surprise your family members. So lets make Ghevar Sweet today at home.
Navratri is a festival of 9 days. Many people fast for all 9 days and eat only vegetarian food without onion and garlic. But there are many other recipes that you can try at home and eat during your fasting days. You don't really have to compromise with your health and taste. Today i am sharing with you some more recipes for Navratri fasting days.
All people are fond of hot jalebi. It is made from white flour and rice powder. But we find jalebi made from dry fruits in some of the towns of Madhya Pradesh. Jalebi made at home are even more tasty. Today we will prepare the jalebi made from maida.
Malpua is a delicious North Indian sweet. It's eaten with kheer too; hence it's also called kheer pua. It's really very easy to prepare malpua. Let's prepare malpua today.
Chandrakala is an important sweet meat made fir Holi just like Gujhiya. You can make this sweet meat for Holi and give it to your family and guests. It tastes awesome and you will feel like having it again and again..
In the way Chashni is coated on Mava Karanji and Gujhiya. Similary a coating of Chashni is formed on Chandrakala Gujhiya. The ingredients are quite similar but the preparation process is a bit different. During the occasion of Holi or Diwali one can find Gujhiya in almost all sweet shops but it is very hard to find Chandrakala even in big shops. But if you work a little hard Chandrakala Gujhiya can be made at home itself. So let us prepare Chandrakala at home this Holi.
Churros are a sweet crispy Mexican pakora. These are prepared instantly and taste awesome. Serve in morning or during supper or whenever you have guest arriving at your home. Serve them with tea, coffee and cold drink. Besan pakora are often made in our home but try making sweet Churros and you would love eating them.
Sweet to taste, crunchy and crusty Thekua is traditional recipe of Bihar and Jharkhand. Thekua is prepared especially for Chhath puja. But these can be prepared anytime you want to eat.
Nariyal ka Pag (Coconut sweet dish) is a popular sweet dish of North India. Nariyal ka pag is very delicious and doesn't require any ghee; however lot of sugar is used. If you are not restricted to sugar, you can make and eat the coconut sweet. let's prepare the coconut sweet dish.
Last week we bought a non-stick Appa maker and we liked it a lot. We actually bought it to make a south Indian dish i.e Appam but we used it more to make cutlets without oil. The first thing we cooked in the Appam maker was Unni Appam which were very tasty.
Matthe is a traditionally cooked recipe on festivals in west Uttar Pradesh. They seem similar to paranthas in terms of size. Crispy, soft Mattha fried on a low flame is prepare in 3 different flavors : Namkeen Matthe, Plain Matthe and Sweet Matthe. It is also a tradition to make Mattha on the occasion of Karva Chauth.
All 3 types of Mattha is used as a sign of goodluck in marriages and a basket full of Mattha is kept with the newly wed which will be offered to the groom's family. You can make these at once and use it for 2-3 weeks, Let us make Mattha for this Diwali.