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.

  • Sandesh Recipe - How to Make Sandesh

    Soft and traditional Bengali sweet dish prepared Sandesh prepared with fresh chena can be prepared with any flavor. Infact it can also be prepared with Saffron and cardamom only.

  • Milk Powder Gulab Jamun

    Gulab Jamun is one of the most loved sweet dishes. Usually Gulab jamun are prepared with mawa but at few places mawa is not easily available, so gulab jamun can be prepared with milk powder. Gulab jamun prepared with milk powder are as soft, tender and delicious as prepared with mawa.

  • How to prepare Mishti Doi Recipe

    Mishti doi is a special dessert of Bengal which is prepared with caramelized sugar and thick creamy milk. Making this mouth drooling recipe is really easy.

  • Rice Modak - Ukdee Che Modak

    Modak is a popular dessert of Maharashtra and it's considered to be one of the favorite foods of the deity Ganeshji. On the occasion of Ganjesh Pooja, Modak is highly popular in Maharashtra.
    Preparation of modak require very little ghee; hence you can eat it as much as you want. Let's make the Modak today.