Rava Milk Kesari is a south Indian sweet made with semolina / cream of wheat, milk, sugar and nuts mildly flavored with crushed cardamom. One of the easiest of all sweets which can be made in a jiffy for any special occasion. Plain rava kesari is made using water and in this recipe its . . . → Read More: Milk Kesari
Burfi is a fudge like sweet usually made during Indian festivals and to celebrate special occasions. The preparation and ingredients can vary depending on the each variety… some are real easy while some test your patience. Recipe shared here is easy as along as you stick to the steps with right ingredients and measures. . . . → Read More: Milk Coconut Burfi – Healthy version
Suzhiyan/Suzhiyam is one traditional sweet which is prepared during Deepavali festival. More like a deep fried dumpling with simple sweet stuffing. You don’t even need an occasion to make these, just make the stuffing ahead of time, deep fry when you want it. This stuffing recipe is good for couple other recipes too.. . . . → Read More: Suzhiyam
White Pumpkin Halwa or Kasi Halwa is a sweet usually made during festivals and special occasions. Mostly all wedding engagements ceremonies will have this on the menu. This mouth watering halwa which is also called as “Kasi Halwa” is prepared with Winter melon / White Pumpkin / Ash Gourd / Donggua / Poosanikai , . . . → Read More: Pumpkin Halwa
Simple and quick halwa with dried figs and mixed nuts.
Anjeer Halwa / Fig Burfi / Fig bars / Athipazham Halwa / Dried Fruit Halwa
Ingredients 20 nos Dried figs 2 cups Warm milk 2 tbsp Ground almond 2 tbsp Sugar 2 nos Cardamom powdered 1/2 cup Toasted nuts . . . → Read More: Fig Halwa
Microwave Paal Kova is one simple preparation which can be made with few ingredients in under 30 minutes. It can’t get any easier than this, you got to try!!!
Pal Kova / Pala Khoa / Condensed Milk Halwa / Theratti Paal / Milk Halwa / Microwave Cooking / Condensed Milk Desserts / Sweets / . . . → Read More: Microwave Paal Kova
Kakaland is one famous Indian sweet made with sweetened milk and chenna. There are lot of short cuts to this recipe but shared here is the traditional method. The whole process takes about 3 1/2 to 4 hours and needs extreme patience. Never rush, that’s the simple little secret in making this exquisite . . . → Read More: Kalakand
One quick sweet for any occasion with no chance for flops. This laddu is usually made during Krishna Jayanthi pooja / Gokulashtami but really don't need an occasion, this can be a simple treat any time.
Pottukadalai Laddu / Split roasted gram laddu / MaaLaddu / Maladu / Maladoo / Laddu / Pottu Kadalai Urundai / Dalia Laddu / Udacha Kadalai Urundai / Odacha Kadalai Urundai
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Badam burfi is one popular katli variety found in most sweet shops in India. Here is simple homemade version of this item. Coming to making perfect soft and sharp katli is quite an art and needs lot of practice. Fine grounding the nuts is one key factor which is hard to do with regular mixies… so mine will look slightly coarse texture wise. Adding milk while grinding is also another trick to grind them to a paste consistency but shelf life is limited and also mostly yields halwa like chewy bufis which I personally don't like and always powder mine after drying. . . . → Read More: Badam Burfi