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Deep Fry Desserts recipes
Last Updated : Apr 15,2019
तली हुई डेसर्ट
- हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Deep Fry Desserts recipes in Hindi)
Gaund Ke Ladoo by Tarla Dalal
Gaund is an edible gum, extracted from the bark of a tree. Pale, brownish yellow coloured crystals of gaund are easily available in shops. You first need to deep-fry the crystals till they fluff up and then powder them before use in recipes. Gaund is a heat-giving food that is heartily devoured in R ....
05 Dec 18
Rose Cookies, Achappam by Tarla Dalal
Rose Cookies are not cookies
in the real sense, but are so called because they look like dainty roses. This traditional snack is believed to be of Anglo-Indian origin, and is made commonly during
26 Nov 12
Chocolate Doughnuts by Tarla Dalal
If you are nuts about doughnuts, then this recipe will make you fall all the more in love with this handy treat! The doughnut is a snacky treat that crosses all age and cultural barriers. Kids like to have them with a warm glass of milk just as much as elders like to have it with a steaming cup of c ....
Double ka Meetha, Hyderabadi Dessert by Tarla Dalal
A festive sweet from the rich Hyderabadi
repertoire, the Double ka Meetha is a little on the sweeter side as the name suggests, but it is meant to be like that – rich and pampering, so go for it!
Made with a unique mix of ingredients like bread, mava and ....
Karanji Recipe, Rava Maharashtrian Karanji by Tarla Dalal
One of the best known traditional sweets of Maharashtra, the Karanji is a delightful treat of deep-fried plain flour shells loaded with a sweet and succulent filling of coconut, semolina, spices and nuts.
As the crunchy shell gives way to the sweet stuffing, you are greeted by shades of spice, t ....
Thai-style Bananas by Tarla Dalal
You would have had desserts like Gulab Jamun
or carrot halwa with Ice-creams
However, Thai Style Bananas is refreshingly different, and quite unlike anything you might have tried before, because the banana frit ....
Hyderabadi Lauki Kheer with Mini Rasgullas by Tarla Dalal
Here is a traditional Hyderabadi
delicacy, which is served at weddings and other grand functions. This unique kheer is made with lauki but you will never be able to guess that when you taste it!
Cooked with milk and mawa, and garnished with nuts, the lauk ....
Coconut Rolls by Tarla Dalal
If the name reminds you of a delicacy you have often had at the local bakery, we will tell you upfront that these Coconut Rolls are totally different, quite unlike anything you have ever tasted before!
Succulent pancakes stuffed with a sweet and aromatic coconut filling are sealed and deep-fried ....
26 Nov 13
Gulab Jamun by Tarla Dalal
Sweet and sour, salt and spice, every experience needs to be coupled with a complementary, often contrasting experience in order to bring out the best of both. Likewise, a chaat platter must be finished off with a rich dessert in order to complete the enjoyment. And, what better mithai can you choos ....
Atte ka Malpua by Tarla Dalal
Atte ka Malpua is just what you need to warm your heart on a cold, winter’s day. It is not surprising then that this is a traditional favourite in Rajasthani households, especially during the unrelenting winter days. The smell of sugary, spicy whole wheat batter deep-frying in ghee, especially the p ....
Gulgule Recipe, Maharashtrian Pumpkin Jaggery Sweet Dumpling by Tarla Dalal
A melt-in-the-mouth sweet made by deep-frying a batter of boiled and sweetened pumpkin flavoured with cardamom. Whole wheat flour helps hold the batter together while coconut and poppy seeds intensify the taste and texture of the Gulgule.
Mash the boiled pumpkin while it is hot, and also add the ....
23 Sep 13
Jalebi, Recipe For Jalebi, Homemade Jalebi by Tarla Dalal
Who can resist the temptation of fresh, deep-fried jalebis garnished with aromatic saffron strands? for all of you jalebi fans, here is a quick and tasty version that can be prepared without long hours of fermentation.
For breakfast the combo of Jalebi with Ganthias
16 May 11
Kala Jamun Recipe, How To Make Kala Jamun by Tarla Dalal
This mithai gives you the wondrous feeling of biting into a gulab jamun but in a more handy form! Kala Jamun is made with a perfect mix of hariyali khoya and maida to get super soft jamuns, which are deep-fried and dipped in warm sugar syrup to make a lovely semi-dry sweet. This mithai is ideal to s ....
Lavang Latika, Bengali Labang Latika by Tarla Dalal
Here is a mithai that perfectly exemplifies the opulent side of Indian
cuisine. Rich and aromatic, Lavang Latika is a famous Bengali
sweet made after Durga Pooja.
Covers made of plain flour dough are packed with a succulent ....
Chenna Malpua ( Rajasthani Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Delicate and lacy malpuas made using fresh paneer which will melt in your mouth. This recipe is somewhat comparable to the famous malai malpuas of Pushkar near Ajmer. Serve them warm topped with raabdi or just garnished with chopped almonds and pistachios. You will find chenna malpuas only at a few ....
03 Sep 18
Motichoor Ke Ladoo by Tarla Dalal
Diwali just seems incomplete without Motichoor ke Ladoo! Just the sight of this famous mithai reinforces the mood of festivity. However, many think it is very difficult to make and buy it from outside. Try this foolproof recipe at home. Just follow the exact proportions and you will get the perfect ....
03 Sep 18
Mawa Karanji, Gujiya Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Karanji just got even more luxurious! Try this version of Karanji, which features a stuffing of mawa perked up with myriad nuts and dried fruits.
You will love the rich, milky aroma, the softness of the mawa and the crunch of the nuts in this delectable mithai.
It is a perfect recipe to add ....
Seb ki Jalebi, Apple Jalebi Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Try this different, yet delicious jalebis made of apple rings. Apple rings are dipped into a fermented batter and deep fried and soaked in a saffron-flavored sugar syrup. Crispy and syrupy, serve it with slivers of pistachios and almonds. Mmmm…yummy!
Treat your family to a dinner of Delhi ka Za ....
Imarti, How To Make Imarti by Tarla Dalal
Imarti, known in some places as Amriti, is an amazing mithai from Uttar Pradesh. A smooth batter of urad is piped out of a cloth bag to make nice, ring-shaped tubes, which are cooked in ghee till crisp and then dipped in sugar syrup.
It takes a bit of practice to pipe the batter directly into ....
Fried Coconut Rolls by Tarla Dalal
Regular pancakes turn into an extraordinary treat when deep-fried with a stuffing of sweet, vanilla-flavoured coconut.
Make sure you cook the pancakes with butter initially, because that contributes to the rich flavour of the rolls. Also take care when applying the maida paste and rolling up the ....
Date and Sesame Wontons by Tarla Dalal
These sweet wontons originate from the Cantonese region, and traditionally stuffed with walnuts and dates. In this recipe, dates are mixed with butter, brown sugar and toasted sesame seeds. You could add in chopped walnuts too. These are stuffed into wonton wrappers scrunched into money bags and fri ....
Gulab Jamun Cutlet by Tarla Dalal
Does the word cutlet immediately bring to your mind images of a crisp and spicy treat? While this Gulab Jamun Cutlet is tangentially different, you will love this just as much in its own special way. Delicate deep-fried rolls made with crumbled hariyali mava, nuts and spices bound together with a pr ....
Meva Bati, Rajasthani Mawa Bati Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Meva Bati is a rich North Indian mithai made by stuffing a mava based dough with a rich mixture of nuts and mava, and deep-frying the delicate, stuffed balls till golden brown. These Meva Batis are then soaked in sugar syrup for a while and served warm.
You will love the crispness, balanced sw ....
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