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Traditional Indian Mithai recipes
Last Updated : Dec 13,2019
24 Jul 12
North Indian Pinni by Rehana Khambaty
Famous Pinnis now can be easily made at home using this simple to follow recipe.
23 Jul 12
16 Mar 17
Jardo Mithai by Rehana Khambaty
A delicious mithai made using rice and pineapple! Cinnamon, cardamom, dates , raisins and saffron add to the taste and flavour.
31 Jul 12
Instant Lajawab Laddoos by sarita nagdev
These laddoos so easy to make,no need to cook,just simply mix the ingredients,n ready to eat lajawab meethey meethey laddoos .Its so easy that even the person who don't know the cooking can make it.
30 Jul 12
Kajjikai by Rehana Khambaty
A delightful cashewnut dessert.
30 Jul 12
Nutty Sweet Pongal by Rehana Khambaty
A delicious sweet made with rice and moong dal!
23 Feb 12
11 Jun 11
Ukadiche Modak by Foodie #529417
In Maharashtra.. ganapati festival feast is synonymous with modak. These beautifully shaped modaks are mouthwatering
its lord ganesha’s favourite food…
13 Jul 11
Instant Kheer by LOPA SHAH
Kheer is generally made from rice which is too time consuming, here is instant kheer which is made from poha which takes very less time in cooking in comparision to rice kheer. So what you are waiting for? try this new version of tasty and yummy kheer.
13 Nov 11
Mesur Pak by Ankita Jain
Mesur Pak, it is a sweet dish and can be prepared on occasions. Easy to make and the ingredients are readily available in your kitchen.
06 Jan 11
Strawberry Sheera by Palak Rajput
Strawberry Sheera, try this new variety of sheera instead of plain sheera.
18 Jan 11
Rasabali by Palak Rajput
Rasabali is a sweet oriya dish made of milk. Paneer is made into balls, lightly flattened and deep fried till golden brown. The deep fried paneer are immediately soaked in thickened milk and garnished with chopped nuts.
26 Sep 11
Karanji by Amarendra Mulye
Karanji is a traditional maharashtrian sweet made during the festive occasion of diwali. Non-maharashtrians call it fried dumplings stuffed with a sweet mixture of fresh coconut and sugar. Karanji is also known as gujiya. Karanjis can be stored for weeks. Some people add semolina or khava in the fil ....
11 Oct 11
Orange Basundi by Palak Rajput
Orange basundi, thick and creamy milk flavoured with oranges.
20 Feb 11
Halwa Lajwab-wheat and Bajra by Sushila Jora
Halwa Lajwab-wheat and Bajra, bajra and wheat flour based halwa. You can also try any other flours of your choice to make this halwa.
24 Feb 11
Sebfal ki Rabdi by Foodie#434850
Sebfal ki Rabdi, apple based thick milk rabdi.
30 Oct 18
Dhaka Delight by Chishti
Dhaka Delight, a delectable blend of curdled milk, semolina, milk powder and kewra go into making this yummy, innovative sweet treat.
Coconut complements the sweet taste of the these colourful chenna balls that are deep-fried and dipped in sugar syrup.
18 Aug 14
Zamali Faloda by Chishti
Faloda is an Indian and Pakistani drink which is very soft and testy drink.
01 Jun 11
Chiku Walnut Kheer by LOPA SHAH
Kheer everyone likes kheer, here is healthier and tasty version of kheer made from chiku and walnut.
26 Nov 18
Saath by ANITA BURDE
A traditional Diwali Sweet which you can enjoy for a week. Saath ha is made with just 3 ingredients - maida, ghee and sugar. Flattened maida are deep fried, which are then dipped in sugar syrup.
18 Dec 16
Marbel Cake, Traditional Style Without An Oven by Sambit Ray
A marbel cake is a typical cake in which a mixture of darker-color ingredients are swirled into a light cake batter to create a marbling effect.
Most of the recipe for baking require and oven. But here I will give a description where it can be made without an oven.
14 Mar 17
Shahi Aam Tukra by kalyani kn
A quick and easy dessert made with mango and bread for a family dinner.
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