Traditional Sweet Recipes

In India, sweets also called Mithai. Mithai or Sweets are an important part of Indian culture. Here (in India) some are special sweets, which called Traditional sweets. 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 Traditional sweet recipes from here. You try for Gulab Jamun, Sattu ka Laddu, Dhania Panjiri Prasad, Kala Gulab Jamun, Braj Makhan, Methi Ke Laddu, Malpua, Jalebi, etc.

  • Rabri Recipe – Rabari or Rabadi Recipe

    Rabri or Rabadi and Khurchan is mostly loved in North India. Khurchan of Khurja and Mathura's Rabri have amazing taste and is the best dessert to have after dinner. You can eat it with Malpua (मालपुआ), Jalebi( जलेबी) and Imarti. Lets make Rabri today.

  • Gulgule Pua Recipe Sweet Pua

    Gulgule Pua or Sweet Pua Recipe is a very easy one. In western Uttar Pradesh this is the first dish that a new bride cooks in the house. These Sweet Puas are also prepared during Pujas or religious rites. While Mal Pua is a bit flat, Gulgule Pua is in the shape of a Pakoda. If you have a sweet tooth then you will surely like these sweet Gulglue Puas.

  • Bengali Chum Chum recipe | Cham-Cham Recipe

    Chamcham is a traditional Bengali mithai. It is prepared with freshly prepared chena. After boiling Chamcham cool it completely and stuff it with your favorite filling. Chamcham is more delicious then normal rasgullas.

  • Jaggery Adhirasam Recipe - Gur Anarsa Recipe

    anarse do appear like anarsas but are very much different in taste from them, but you will surely love their flavor. For making plain anarsas you need all the preparations done two days before, but maida-besan anarse can be prepared instantly and easily. Make anarsas whenever you feel like.

  • Til Atta ke Laddu Recipe

    Sesame seeds sweets are loved by everyone in winters. They are tasty and keep our bodies warm. Winter is here and Sankranti (a national festival of India, celebrated in January) is near.
    Sesame seeds ladoos and daal ke mangode are traditional foods prepared on Sankranti. Let’s make Sesame seeds Ladoo!

  • Mango Rabdi Recipe - Aam Ki Rabri Recipes

    Summer season is best known for mangoes. In this summer season, we’ll make lachedar Mango rabdi. The tantalizing taste of Mango mixed in milk lumps and lache will be liked by all for sure. This can be served in any occasion as a dessert.

  • Matthe Recipe

    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.

  • Chiroti Recipe

    Chirote is crusty sweet snack recipe. These are delectable and appetizing. This Maharashtrian recipe can be prepared for any special occasion or festival.

  • Sugar coated Shakarpare Recipe

    Shakarpare coated with sugar are very delicious, these can be prepared for any festival or occasion or any other time you want and have them whenever you crave for something time.

  • Parwal Sweet Recipe

    The sweet made with Parwal (Pointed Gourd) is very delicious in taste and commonly made in North India. You can make this sweet in the festivals like Holi, Diwali or any party taking place at your home. Lets make Parwal sweet today.

  • Sweet Fara/Sweet Pittha Recipe

    You will definitely like the traditional taste of Sweet Fara/Sweet Pittha. So let us prepare it ourselves.
    While wheat flour, Suji, rice or these mixed together is required to make Namkeen Fara Pittha and it is filled with lentils or vegetables, Sweet Fara/Sweet Pittha is made solely from rice flour and is filled with Mawa(dried milk) and dry fruits.

  • Meethi Mathari Recipe

    You can prepare Meethi Mathri during the festival of Holi or any other festival. Meethi(Sweet) Mathris taste awesome when you eat them.
    Sweet Matrhi is also prepared for fasts during Karva Chauth . These Meethi Mathri when expanded into the size of paranthas are called Matthe. Big sized Matthe filled in baskets are given on weddings as Shagun which is distributed in the groom's house. These Matthe are also very tasty. Meethi Mathris are very easy to make and also consumes very less time. So let us start the preparation.

  • Recipes for Navratri - Navratri Fast Recipes

    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.

  • Rawa Sweet Kachori Recipe

    Sweet Kachoris is one of the famous recipes of Agra. They are very soft and melt in the mouth. Kids specially love it and so do the elderly with no teeth. In olden times it was also called Madan Deepak Kachori. This Rakhi do add Sweet Kachori to your list of recipes.

  • Mawa Jalebi Recipe - Khoya Jalebi Recipe

    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.

  • Gujiya dipped in Sugar Syrup – Gujhiya Recipe

    Have you made Ghujiya for the Holi? I wrote about simple Mawa Ghujiya in my last post.
    You can dip the Mawa Ghujiya in sweet syrup also. The ingredients require to make it is similar to that of Simple Ghujiya recipe. Recipe to make chandrakala is as similar as that of Ghujiya. The difference lies in the filling and the shape of it. But chandrakala is not much preferred nowadays. We will make Chandrakala some other time. But today we will make Ghujiya dipped in sugar syrup.

  • Rava Ladoo - Rawa Ladoo - Sooji Ka Laddo - Suji Ke Ladoo

    So, what are you making this diwali? Presenting you Semolina mawa ladoo in the list of sweet dishes prepared during deepawali. Try making these ladoo and store them for up to 15 to 20 days.

  • Boondi Recipe

    You need a perforated spoon to make Boondi. The size of the spoon plays an important role in forming the size of the Boondi. Gram Flour is the next important ingredient to make boondi.
    Dry Boondi can also be used in many forms like for making boondi raita, home-made namkeen etc. But today we are making Sweet Boondi i.e Boondi dipped in sweet syrup.

  • Singhada Katli - Water Chestnut Sweet

    Singhada Katli (Water chestnut sweet ) is usually prepared and eaten when fasting on the occasion of Shivratri or vrat .This sweet is very delicious. Let's make the Water Chestnut Sweet.

  • Jam Doughnuts Recipe

    Doughnuts are made with numerous ways but round, soft, cardamom and powdered sugar sprinkled and jam stuffed doughnuts are mouth drooling and awesome in taste. Use any flavored jam or jelly or marmalade like pomegranate, apple, orange or capsicum marmalade for stuffing.