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Traditional Indian Mithai recipes
Last Updated : Oct 02,2020
10 Jun 11
Caramel Halwa by deepukittu
An easy sweet dish recipe, caramel halwa is rich in taste and looks. The caramel halwa recipe is sure to make everyone drool over and ask for more.
07 Nov 02
Carrot Halwa By paulachand by paulachand
Carrot halwa or Gajar ka halwa is a North Indian sweet dish prepared from grated gajar (or carrots) cooked with sugar, ghee and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be served as a snack or after meal sweet! Carrot halwa or Gajar ka halwa is a favorite dessert served in North Indi ....
22 Mar 11
21 Aug 11
Carrot Payasam By Kamalacute by kamalacute
A lovely kheer or payasam recipe, carrot payasam is not only rich in taste and looks, but also high in health benefits. The grated carrots makes for an unique combination in the milk and is best enjoyed with chopped nuts and raisins as garnish
21 Aug 11
Chakkarai Pongal by lavisrini
South indian delicacy. . . Mouthwatering and delicious smelling chakkara pongal. Try this recipe, you will surely love this!
23 Aug 11
Chana Dal Halwa by mangala-rao
Chana dal halwa is an indian sweet dish prepared from cooked chana dal, sugar, ghee and spices like cardamom. A delicious dessert dish which can be relished with chopped nuts as garnishing!
30 Nov 13
Chana Dal Rice Kheer by Radha Hoizal
Chana Dal Rice Kheer is South Indian delicacy prepared mainly on the festive days. This recipe is ambrosia for all sweet lovers, especially those fond of kheer.It is sweetened with jaggery and condensed milk and flavoured with elaichi powder.
23 Aug 11
Chawal ki Kheer by mahi885
Chawal ki kheer, made using left over rice which makes an excellent kheer.
08 Mar 01
Cheena Malpua by alpana_f75
A festive special dessert item, Chenna Malpua is amazing with the crisp malpuas dipped in sugar syrup and then served hot with rabdi or thickened malai.
11 Feb 13
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.
10 Oct 14
Chirote by sbhatter05
A sweet crispy farsaan for kids who want some snacks after pataka party.
24 Jan 05
Choco Kaju Kathri by hemja
The tempting North Indian dessert made by adding the extra and special ingredient of chocolate.
03 Aug 12
Choco Walnut Halwa by Radha Hoizal
This is a combination of chocolate,walnuts and mava.Enjoy htis rich dessert and prepare it for the upcoming Janmastmi to please the Lord...
09 Oct 14
26 Sep 04
Cholia Halwa by usmishra
Add cholia paste, sugar, ghee and milk to prepare the tasty Cholia halwa. Sprinkle the cardamom powder over the hala and enjoy as desset or a sweet healthy snack.
23 Jul 12
25 Aug 11
Coconut Payasam by kamalacute
A fresh coconut flavoured coconut payasam recipe prepared form freshly grated coconut as ingredient. The payasam has the coconut cooked with milk and sugar and then served as a dessert after meals.
26 Jun 15
Coconut Rabdi by Dr. Kalpana Chauhan
This summer, replace the unhealthy outside ice-creams and kulfies with this sweet and enamoring Coconut Rabdi. This coarse-textured dessert is a yummy, innovative sweet treat devoted to my little baby.
28 Oct 15
25 Aug 11
Condense Milk Kulfi by bhavnahk
Condense milk kulfi presents a no fuss and hassle free way of preparing the kulfi using condensed milk. Add nuts or flavours of choice to the kulfi and enjoy topped with badam or pista.
17 Oct 06
29 Sep 11
Creamy Kulfi by shubaraj
A popular creamy malaidar kulfi recipe is basically a traditional indian ice cream recipe with thickened and sweetened milk cooked with chopped nuts and fresh cream.
03 Oct 11
Creamy Mango Kulfi by sr1511
Preparing the kid's favorite mango kulfi ice-cream is made simple with this mango kulfi recipe! prepare this mango kulfi recipe with full cream milk , sugar and freshly prepared mango puree. Serve mango kulfi as dessert in birthdays and parties, topped with fresh mango slices.
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