Doodh Peda/Indian Milk Fudge is a sweet dish from the Indian subcontinent.Its main ingredients are khoa, sugar and traditional flavorings including cardamom seeds, pistachio nuts and saffron.
Sweet and Spicy Modak are made to celebrate the elephant God Ganesha, in Hindu mythology as food made with rice, jaggery and coconut is considered to his favorite food.Hence these modaks are included among the festive food of India, during the festive season.
Palada Pradhamam is a rich and sweet delicious porridge made during the festival of Onam. It is a fitting finale to the Onam Sadhya meal, Made with rice flakes, milk and jaggery, the taste will linger much after the bowl is empty. What is Onam? Onam is an annual holiday […]
Beetroot Halwa is quick and easy to prepare.This sweet pudding apart from the beets itself also has the goodness of condensed milk and richness of cashews making it a perfect treat to serve on any special occasion.In India, it is customary to make halwa to celebrate any occasion be it festivals or celebrations for a particular occasion.
Dates & Nuts Ladoo : This quick and easy Indian candy is a sugarless healthy treat. It can be made in a matter of minutes. A big favorite among kids & fussy eaters. Packs a punch with all the healthy nutrients in the dry fruits & the fiber content of the dates. A perfect winter weather treat for growing kids in their snack box treat for lunch time. The high nutrient content keeps the kids energetic & active for a long time.
Nankhatai /Indian “Biskoot” is a traditional Indian short bread cookie.A delicious, light and crispy evening snack to be had with coffee or tea.It is made with flour, ghee, sugar and yogurt. There are many variations of Nankhatai that can be made with different flours.This is an eggless recipe for Nankhatai.