Aval laddu / Poha ladoo recipe

Aval laddu or Poha ladoo is an easy sweet recipe that even beginners can easily give a try.With just few ingredients one can make this laddu in no time.An easy Neivedhyam recipe for festival like Gokulashtami.I have used ghee to shape them ,if you are conscious about your calorie intake then you can use just … Continue reading Aval laddu / Poha ladoo recipe

Shrikhand (with cardamom & saffron)

Shrikhand is a traditional Indian sweet recipe from Gujarat and Mahrastra made from hung or strained curd.Hung curd is mixed with sugar,flavoured with cardamom and saffron ,garnished with nuts and chilled before serving.Always use fresh unsour curd to make this sweet recipe. An easy sweet recipe that doesn't require any cooking process.Even newbie cooks and … Continue reading Shrikhand (with cardamom & saffron)

Turnip Basundi

Turnip Basundi is a famous sweet recipe from my native place Virudhunagar (Taminadu).They are mostly served for marriages as a dessert. Turnip basundi is made by adding grated,boiled turnips to thickened milk.These turnips gives good quantity to the basundi also adds nice crunchiness and granular consistency to the basundi.Finally they are garnished with nuts,saffron to … Continue reading Turnip Basundi

Shahi tukra / Shahi tukda

Shahi tukda / Shahi tukra is a royal dessert that originated during the Mughal times.The word 'Shahi' means royal and 'tukda' means piece and this sweet is definitely a rich dessert. Shahi tukda involves three process making of rabri(thickened milk),frying the bread pieces in ghee and then dipping the bread slices in sugar syrup.Finally these … Continue reading Shahi tukra / Shahi tukda