Celebrating janmashtami with Malpua & Rabdi

janmashtami is an auspicious occasion when it becomes a customary ritual for family to prepare some traditional sweets and savories. Since Lord Krishna was very fond of milk and milk products, devotees would make various dishes of milk to offer the Lord. Many families observe fast on janmashtami and consumes fruits, sweets and curd only.  Try…

khaja

khaja- deep fried layered sweet delicacy for Rath Jatra

Khaja is a typical and unique sweet used as one of the chappan bhogs of Lord Jagannath in Puri. This delicious and flaky khaja is prepared in the temple of Lord Jagannath daily and served as a mouth-watering Prasad. These sweet khajas are prepared with  flour, ghee and rolled in layers and then deep fried…

Sabudana ladoo

Sabudana ladoo/ Sago Ladoo is a traditional sweet made during festive seasons.During fasts, people prepare a lot of items with sabudana and this Ladoo made with sabudana is an instant hit with friends and family. These melt in the mouth Sabudana Ladoos are made by roasting Sabudana and mixed with powdered sugar in a Pan and…

Paneer Kheer- How to make Cottage Cheese Pudding for festivals

Paneer Kheer/ Chena kheer/ paneer payasam is an easy and quick dessert which can be prepared during any special occasion using paneer, milk and dry fruits. If you want to make make a quick and delicious dessert for the coming Ganesh Chaturthi ,Paneer Kheer fits perfectly . So, go ahead and plan the menu for Ganesh Chaturthi…

Baked Rasgulla

Baked Rasgulla – A Fireless cooking Recipe

Baked Rasgulla or simply the word Rasagolla brings back so many memories. Rasagolla is one of the recipe which I had posted in the early years of my blogging.  When we talk of sweets, the first thing that comes to our mind is the succulent cottage cheese dumplings soaked in sugar syrup. If you are…

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