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Indian Travel Food Sweets, Mithai recipes
Last Updated : Nov 30,2020
14 Sep 20
Banana Nut Muffins, Indian Style Eggless Muffins by Tarla Dalal
banana nut muffins recipe
| Indian style eggless banana walnut muffins
| easy banana nut muffins
| with step by step images.
Indian style eggless banana walnut muffins
is a dessert every ch ....
24 Sep 19
Vegan Chocolate Cake Recipe, Eggless and Dairy Free by Tarla Dalal
eggless vegan chocolate cake
| vegan chocolate cake
| rich vegan choco cake
with 20 amazing images.
Everybody loves chocolate cakes, but the moment somebody mentions it, we think not just of the intense taste of coco ....
Peach Halwa by Tarla Dalal
peach halwa recipe
| peach halwa with mava
| Indian mithai recipe
| easy Indian festival sweet
is a rich, milky and fruity Indian mithai that is sure ....
Dry Fruit Stuffed Dates by Tarla Dalal
An easy but tantalising mithai
that will be welcomed by all your guests for its innovative presentation and fabulous taste!
To make this Dry Fruit Stuffed Dates, you need really good quality dates that are a little large in size, so they can be ....
04 Nov 20
Cashew Chikki by Tarla Dalal
| cashew nut chikki
| cashew nut brittle
| kaju chikki
| with 16 amazing images
is all about making the perfect sugar syrup, adding ca ....
11 Sep 20
Mawa Karanji, Gujiya Recipe by Tarla Dalal
mawa karanji recipe
| khoya karanji
is a famous Indian mithai most often made during Holi and Diwali. Learn how to make khoya karanji
Til Papdi Chikki, Makar Sankranti Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Papdi chikki is a type of chikki that’s really thin. This not only makes it attractive to look at, but also gives it a superbly crisp and exciting mouth-feel.
A specialty that’s made during Sankaranthi, the Til Papdi Chikki is a delightful treat that’s made with sesame seeds along with a dash of ....
28 Sep 18
Adhirasam by deeparah
A favorite sweet recipe in tamil households during festivals like diwali is adhirasam. A rice flour based fried adhirasam is soaked in sugar syrup and then enjoyed with cardamom powder sprinkled over the top.
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