In India, sweets also called Mithai. Mithai or Sweets are an important part of Indian culture. For every different occasion or festival, we have many different sweets. Usually, sweets are purchased, but on some traditional occasion, it prepared at home. If you also want to make something new sweets on the coming festival then you can search different type of sweet recipes from here. You try for Besan Barfi, Gulab Jamun, Rasgulla, Til Patti, Sattu ka Laddu, Dhania Panjiri Prasad, Rajasthani Mawa Malpua, Halwasan, Urad Dal Pinni, Kala Jamun, Kalakand, Alsi Pinni, Panjiri, Groundnut Chikki, Ghevar, Bajra Atta Ladoo, Nariyal Burfi, etc.
While roasting the besan, stir it continuously. Make sure it doesn’t stick to the pan.
Keep checking the sugar syrup. If the barfi doesn’t freeze even after 6 hours then again add barfi in a pan and roast for 2-3 minutes more in 2-3 tbsp of ghee.
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.
1. Make chenna with fresh full cream milk.
2. Strain the water completely from chenna.
3.Knead chenna and arorot in a way that the mixture forms a smooth dough.
Gulab Jamun is a popular North Indian sweet and its my favorite too. Let's prepare Gulab Jamun.
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.
Mawa or Khoya is roasted well to make Mawa Peda. The more you will roast the mawa, the more good it would taste and can be stored and consumed for many days. So lets make Mawa Peda today for the sweet.
Dough is set. Grease your hands with some ghee and knead the dough again. Take one lump from the dough and roll giving it a round shape. Now flatten the dough ball with help of your palms. Grease the rolling board with some ghee or sprinkle some flour over it and place the dough ball over it.
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.
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.
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.
Linseeds contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 elements, that control the cholesterol level of your body. It competes almonds and walnut in regards to its medicinal and nutritional properties.
Alsi Pinni is a traditional sweet that can be eaten in winters. Store the Pinni in winters and keep on consuming them throughout the weather to keep cough, cold, arthritis and body pain at bay.
No festival or any special occasion id complete without sweets. Use gram flour (besan), ghee, dry mawa and sugar for making instant and yummy besan barfi.
Halwasan is a traditional recipe of Gujarati regions. Halwasan, prepared with wheat porridge and milk, enriched with dry fruits and too easy to make can be prepared easily for any festival.
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.
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.
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.
During winters millet, full of iron, calcium and fibre is not only used for making roti but even ladoos prepared with it are too scrumptious and are considered good for health. Try making these ladoos prepared with jaggery, millet flour and edible gum (goond).
Punjabi pinni can be prepared with numerous styles. We have already prepared pinni with flax seeds, wheat flour and dry fruits. Today we are making scrumptious urad dal and mawa.
There is no other Peda found in the world which can beat the delicious taste of Mathura Peda. If you take just one bite of the traditionally prepared Mathura Peda, you will end up having at least 4 of them. Let us prepare Mathura Peda today.