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Traditional Indian Mithai recipes
Last Updated : Oct 26,2020
14 Aug 16
Palm Candy - Sabudhana Kheer by Malpat
Palm Candy, known as Panam kalkandu in Tamil, though unrefined, is purely natural, so good for health unlike refined white sugar. It cleanses the system, has antioxidants, promotes muscles and has vital minerals. It is good for sore throat also.Sago, called Sabudhana in Hindi and Tapioca pearls ....
05 Aug 16
Apple Coconut Milk Barfi by Loving_Mom
Mouth watering barfi with richness of apple, dry fruits , coconut and milk.
07 Aug 16
Baked Rasgulla by Debosruti Ghosh
Rasgulla is a Bengali delicacy and here the rasgulla is baked and is a kind of modification of the traditional rasmalai.
01 Aug 16
Baked Yoghrt by Tamannagoel
Baked yogurt is a very light, creamy and sweet dessert. A Bengali dessert made with minimum effort and with simple ingredients!
25 Aug 16
Stuffed Microwave Peda by Radha Hoizal
Stuffed Microwave Peda, this is a microwave recipe and quick to make. Good to serve for any occassion.
30 Aug 16
Gajar ka Halwa Swiss Roll by chandni sitlani
Layered sweetened mawa mixture and gajar ka halwa rolled like a Swiss roll and cut into pieces make an attractive and tempeting dessert.
31 Oct 16
Kalakand , Milk Cake by Pooja Nadkarni
Kalakand is a Indian soft milk cake which is prepared by condensing the milk to thick consistency . Though it is a long process, it is totally worth preparing for any occasion.
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.
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.
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