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.
This is one of my favourite item. I like my mom's style preparation the most. I feel Grands, Surya or Krishna Sweets for that matter doesnt match this taste. This preparation does not require ripe banana in the recipe. This is an traditional home preparation, going by my great grand mom's instructions.
Semolina (rawa) kesari is simple South-Indian dessert mainly prepared during festive and special occasions. Adding fruits make it even tastier and here's one with Pineapple being our key guest ingredient.
Pineapple Kesari / Rawa Kesari / Kesari Bhath / Fruit Kesari / Kesari / Sujji / Rava / Sooji / Soji
Laddus made with besan boondi soaked in sugar syrup, this item needs no introduction…. you have exact measures and pictorial steps to walk you through…. grab your pots and pans and start making these laddus.
Boondi Laddu / Besan Boondi laddu / Laddu / Sweet Boondi Laddu
Chow chow Halwa , tastes like carrot halwa, usually we do curries with chow chow, my mom used to do occasionaly halwas with chow chow, will be very tasty, can replace carrot halwa with this halwa..here we go..
Fruit Salad with custard topped with vanilla ice-cream
Simple and easy to make cashew sweet, one of the popular dessert item made during festivals, mainly Diwali. Here is a simplified version of it from my kitchen.