Diwali Sweet tagged posts

Badam Halwa

October 22, 2016 Diwali SweetsHalwa RecipesHoli RecipesSweets/Desserts  13 comments

Badam Halwa is a rich and delicious sweet made with almond paste, sugar and ghee. There is no sugar syrup consistency needed in making this Badam halwa. Is it not good news?!? Unlike other sweets, this Badam Halwa does not need a lot of ghee. I have posted a Badam Burfi recipe earlier. Its a microwave version. Kaju Katli is yet another favourite of mine. Try anyone of these if u are a fan of cashew/badam based sweets.

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7 Cup Burfi

October 27, 2015 Diwali SweetsHoli RecipesSweets/Desserts  15 comments

7 Cup Burfi is an easy sweet to make for Diwali or any other special occasion. This is the first sweet I successfully made without my mom’s help after marriage. The procedure is very simple too. U just need to mix 7 cups of ingredients together and slowly cook it. I pretty much told the recipe here itself!! Now u know why it is called 7 Cup Burfi. So trust me this is a perfect sweet to make for beginners.

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Milk Peda – Kesar Peda

October 16, 2014 Diwali SweetsHoli RecipesKids BaySweets/Desserts  13 comments

Milk Peda or Kesar Peda is my all time favourite, be it plain or with a mild flavour of kesar or chocolate flavoured… The list goes on.. 🙂 It would be my first choice to pick from an assorted sweet box. This milk peda is an instant version with very few simple ingredients that can be made in 15 mins. Its a straight forward and simple recipe and requires no consistency checks. How cool is that? If u are looking for some easy sweet to make in the last minute, this is the perfect one..

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Motichoor Ladoo

October 6, 2014 Diwali SweetsHoli RecipesKids BaySweets/Desserts  8 comments

Ladoo – the name itself is very tempting to me or any sweet for that matter. We do not have much options to get sweets here. Especially Motichoor Ladoo is very difficult. Chotu is a big fan of Motichoor Ladoo and it all started last year when we were on a vacation to India. He got attracted to these ladoos after watching Chota Bheem cartoon on TV. From then on he just loves it.

This made me to try these motichoor ladoos at home. Its very easy to make. Trust me if I can make it, u can too.. So why not try this for Diwali??

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Paal Kova / Sweet Milk Kova

October 24, 2013 Diwali SweetsGokulashtami RecipesSweets/Desserts  3 comments

Paal Kova is a popular and traditional South Indian sweet. The best place to get the authentic Paal Kova is from Alwarthirunagari. The process of making is simple, but it is a time consuming recipe. The taste is worth spending so much time.. I would suggest to use a heavy bottom pan, so that the milk does not get burnt at the bottom. U can leave the milk in simmer, stirring it in intervals. When I make Paal Kova, I plan it such a way that am in the kitchen (cooking something else too) so that u need to spend your time only making this. U can try this 10 Min Palkova if u cannot spend much time.

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