Diwali
by NewbieCook
6 recipes


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Recipe# 15618
21 May 03
Aloo ka Halwa by rakheemaheshwari
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Aloo ka halwa is a sweet dish prepared from the mix of grated potatoes, ghee, milk and sugar.An easy dessert recipe for unannounced guests using handy ingredients.
Recipe# 13446
28 Dec 00
Banana Halwa by willnajijo
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The mouthwatering fruit flavoured banana halwa is a simple and quick sweet dish prepared from mashed ripe bananas, and crushed dried fruits cooked with sugar and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be also served as a sweet snack.
Recipe# 519
14 Mar 14
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Cabbage Ghughras by Tarla Dalal
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Ghughra, a traditional gujarati tea time snack gets a savoury twist with this unique filling. Cabbage ghughras feature a stuffing made of cabbage, raisins, coconut and other ingredients pepped up with a dash of lemon juice too. Serve the ghughras soon after deep frying to maintain the texture and cr ....
Recipe# 11156
22 Feb 02
Ghugaras by kesh4
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Ghugaras is cripsy fried vegetable snack item. The wheat flour and curd based dough is stuffed with grated cucumber, coconut and spices. These stuffed ghugharas are then deep fried afer sealing the edges and enjoyed with chutney or sauce of choice.
Recipe# 8685
Today
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Pineapple Sheera by Tarla Dalal
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There are many reasons people steer away from making sweets at home, the top two being the time taken to make these sweets and the risk of not getting it right! Here is a tongue-tickling dessert that overrides both fears. This exciting Pineapple Sheera sends your taste buds into a tizzy with its tan ....
Recipe# 3474
01 Jan 1999
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Shrikhand by Tarla Dalal
This creamy delicacy is made with all the goodness of milk without the fat since we have used hung low fat curds. Use fresh curds for best results. You can also add strawberries or pineapples instead of the saffron and cardamom to make a fruit flavoured shrikhand.
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