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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Raghavdas Ladoo | How to make Rava Coconut Ladoo

Raghavdas Ladoo

Raghavdas Ladoo is a soft, sinful ladoo from Maharashtra, made with Semolina and coconut. This is a melt in the mouth ladoo with a soft texture to it, made with sugar syrup. While Rava Ladoo that we make is prepared with just the same ingredients, how this ladoo is cooked is much different and that […]

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XL Jalebi from Lookmanji | How to make Instant Jalebi

XL Jalebi from Lookmanji – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on the 24th alphabet in our Journey through the Cuisines. I am doing A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets. Getting the right dish for some of the English alphabets was a tough nut to crack. So towards that I had given 3 wild cards, […]

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Shikran Poli | How to make Sweet Banana Milk with Roti

Shikran Poli – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on S on our Journey through the cuisines, where I am taking a tour on A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets. Today’s dish is a simple combination, that seems to be the childhood favorite dish of many Maharashtrians. Yet this is something you will not find listed […]

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Narali Bhat | How to make Sweet Coconut Rice

Narali Bhat – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on N today and I had choices like NaraLi Paak and Naralachi Vadi, where both the dishes are same, with just the name change. I have a Coconut Paak or Vadi. We are on N today and I had choices like NaraLi Paak and Naralachi Vadi, where […]

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Mande | How to make Chavde ~ Ganesh Chaturthi Special

Mande – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweet Mande has been on my to-do list for the longest period. Still when I was finalizing the list for this series, I never thought about it as it never struck me that it was a Maharashtrian sweet. I had bookmarked because I was planning to make different Neivedyams for […]

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Basundi Recipe | How to make Basundi


B for Basundi – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets For B, I had some options like Besan Ladoo, Besan Rava Ladoo, Besan Burfi, all of which were already done. I was left with Basundi, which is supposed to be a popular Maharashtrian dessert. However, as with all Indian Sweets, this is popular in all states. When […]

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Broken Wheat Kheer | Godi Kadi Payasa ~ Udupi Style

For the final and third day of Desserts, I have another Kheer made with Broken Wheat and Jaggary. This delicious kheer was part of the Udupi Thali and was inspired by this.  Broken Wheat is always stocked at home, even though I don’t always use it regularly. Athamma prefers to use this for her Upma […]

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