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Boondi Ladoo
Boondi Ladoo

Boondi Ladoo

Cashew Barfi
Cashew Barfi

Cashew Barfi is an Indian dessert. Kaju literally means Cashew nuts and Barfi is a type of Indian sweet, usually in the form of lozenge. Barfi is often but not always, made by thickening milk with sugar and other ingredients (dry fruits and mild spices). It is then spread in a flat, shallow dish and cut into bite-sized pieces. These pieces are sometimes decorated with edible silver foil.

Mitha Khaja
Mitha Khaja

Mitha Khaja is a very spicy, tasteful, tantalizing, tempting recipe.It's very delicious and yummy recipe. Just follow our quicker and easier method to make / Prepare Mitha Khaja and enjoy this luscious, mouth watering recipe. Let’s learn how to make/prepare Mitha Khaja by following this easy recipe.

Lapsi
Lapsi

Lapsi

Kesar Kaju Burfi
Kesar Kaju Burfi

Kaju katli (also known as Kaju Katri or Kaju barfi) is an Indian dessert similar to a barfi. Kaju means cashew nut in Hindi. Barfi is often but not always, made by thickening milk with sugar and other ingredients (dry fruits and mild spices). The kaju barfi recipe that include saffron and is known as kesar kaju katli. The kesar version of this sweet dish is considered to be more exotic and rich.[citation needed] It is an expensive dessert as compared to its counterparts.

Karanji
Karanji

Karanji

Channa Dal Payasam
Channa Dal Payasam

Quite an interesting combination of chana dal paste with milk in the chana dal kheer makes it a delicious dessert item. Soak almonds and cashewnuts and add the paste to the kheer to add taste and richness to this special payasam or kheer recipe.

Besan Ladoo
Besan Ladoo

Besan Ladoo

Besan Barfi
Besan Barfi

Besan ki barfi is made with besan (gram flour), condensed milk and sugar. The sugar blends into a creamy texture that comes from the basic mixture, khoya, a traditional Pakistani and Indian dairy confection made from thickened whole milk. The mix is generally heated until the milk solidifies and is then placed in molds of different shapes--diamond, square or sometimes round.

Badam Ka Halwa
Badam Ka Halwa

Badam Halwa is a regal dessert fit for Kings! While the recipe does not call for too many ingredients, nor is the process a complex one, it takes love and time to make a good Badam Halwa... you literally need to stand over the pot and stir constantly to prevent the Halwa from scorching or burning. Don't let that scare you off though, as the end result is well worth the effort. Treat your family and friends to Badam Halwa and they will love you for it. This recipe makes enough for 6-8 people.

Rava Laddu
Rava Laddu

Rava laddoo is a yum treat if you want your children to indulge in some home-made sweet delicacies.Grated coconut, roasted rava, select dry fruits and nuts, and sugar is all you need to make a delectable platter of homemade rava laddoos. And lots of ghee and lots of love of course.

Rava Saffron Kesari
Rava Saffron Kesari

Rava Saffron Kesari is a traditional sweet. In our hometown, this is made first for any occasion. The reason may be, very easily available & minimal ingredients are only needed to prepare this sweet. I make this often in the evenings with tea just to break a boring mood. So, try and enjoy!

Anjeer Burfi
Anjeer Burfi

Anjeer Burfi

Romaali Roti
Romaali Roti

Rumali Roti is a thin flatbread popular in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Northern India, and Bangladesh. It is enjoyed with Tandoori dishes and as a traditional element in Mughlai cuisine. The word rumal means handkerchief in Urdu and Hindi, and the name rumali roti means handkerchief bread. The bread is extremely thin and supple, and the fact that it is usually served folded like a handkerchief are the probable sources of the name.[citation needed] During the Mughal period, the roti was used like a cloth to wipe off the excess oil off the hands after the completion of an oil-rich food laden with meat and fat. The rumali roti also occupied a unique place in the emblem of the royalty of Oudh under the control of Mughals.

Gujia
Gujia

Gujia a cuisine of North India particularly Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan is a sweet dumpling made with suji or Maida flour wheat flour and stuffed with khoya. The packaging of a gujhia is very much like that of a samosa, however the gujhia has a very distinct shape. The gujhia is filled with a mixture of grated and roasted dry fruits, khoya, coconuts and to add a grainy texture, a little suji (coarse ground wheat flour).