Bandar Laddu | How to make Thokkudu Ladoo

Bandar Laddu

Bandar Laddu is a popular Andhra sweet from Machilipatnam. It is made with Besan Chakli pounded with jaggery and made into ladoos. For the last of the Traditional Indian Sweets, I decided on this ladoo as this was on my list for a long time and never was the right time to make it. I […]

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Ghotua Ladoo | How to make Rajasthani Ghotua Ladoo

Ghotua Ladoo

Ghotua Ladoo is a traditional sweet from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. It is made with besan, khoya, and sugar, pound together to form the ladoo. When Vaishali had visited Jaisalmer, she shared the picture of this ladoo and said it was a melt in the mouth, tasted heavenly. On further asking how it was made, she said […]

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Motichoor Ladoo | How to make Motichoor Laddu

Motichoor Ladoo

Motichoor Ladoo is a delicious Indian Sweets very popular across all states of India. These ladoos are made with tiny boondis made of Gram flour and cooked with sugar syrup. The important factor for this ladoo being the tiny motis that are cooked and later added into sugar syrup to form ladoos. Making this is […]

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Ghevar | How to make Rajasthani Ghewar

Ghevar

Ghevar is a traditional Rajasthani sweet made during festivals like Teej and Raksha Bandhan. This tricky sweet is made with flour and soaked in sugar syrup. Ghewar has been on my todo list ever since I can remember reading about it. It becomes even more important I make this was that Hubby Dear had told […]

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Burhanpur Jalebi

Burhanpur Jalebi

Burhanpur Jalebi is a special sweet from Madhya Pradesh, made with Khoya locally known as Mawa Jalebis as well. While this sweet is made in other cities as well, Burhanpur is more popular for this dark sticky jalebis. This is made with a batter of Khowa, milk with little maida added for binding. The dark […]

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Arcot Makkan Peda | How to make Makkan Peda

Arcot Makkan Peda

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my Readers! Arcot Makkan Peda is a delicious Indian Sweet hailing from a small town near Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. It’s a deep fried ball made with flour, Khoya, curd, and ghee stuffed with nuts and soaked in sugar Syrup. Popularly known as the Arcot Makkan Peda, it resembles Gulab […]

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Alwar Ka Mawa ~ Step by Step Pictures

Alwar Ka Mawa

Alwar Ka Mawa or Milk Cake is an Indian Sweet, popular across India. This is cooked by reducing milk to half, add some acid and further reducing it with sugar added to get a thick milk solid. When I decided to make Burfis, I had two planned with Khoya I had bought. For the third […]

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Khoya Paneer Burfi with Condensed Milk

Khoya Paneer Burfi with Condensed Milk

Khoya Paneer Burfi with Condensed Milk is a quick Indian Sweets to make for any festival, especially during Diwali. With ready to use ingredients this sweet only takes about 15 mins to get done. When I was thinking about the Burfis I ought to make, I knew I will make something with Paneer for sure. […]

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Khoya Burfi | How to make Mawa Burfi with Organic Sugar

Khoya Burfi

Khoya Burfi is an Indian Sweet made with unsweetened Milk solids into a sinful fudge using sugar and ghee. In today’s version, I have used the healthy Organic Sugar or Nattu Sakkarai as it’s called. Nattu Sakkarai is an organic form of white sugar. This does not contain any chemical additives and is processed differently […]

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Til Khoya Chakli | Sesame Brittle

Til Khoya Chakli is a winter sweet made during the Lohri in North. I was planning on making a burfi and kept procrastinating until the last moment. Then suddenly realised I might as well make a brittle after remembering my recent caramel making. So it turned out to be Sesame Brittle. I love brittles and […]

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