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Punjabi Sweets recipes
Last Updated : May 23,2018
Punjabi Sweets, Dessert Recipes
If the meal itself is loaded with rich ingredients and dairy products, just imagine how grand the mithai of this region would be! Indeed, the sweets of Punjab are sure to warm your heart and pamper your palate with their richness and memorable flavour. From Phirni and Rice Kheer to Gulab Jamun and Dry Fruit Barfi, and other favourites, we are sure you will enjoy all the recipes in this section.
Kala Jamun is similar to Gulab jamun but made with a perfect mix of hariyali khoya and maida to get soft jamuns. This is a popular dish during weddings and also ideal to serve at parties or to send across to friends.
Halwa is a common term that covers a very wide variety of sweets. The one thing common in it is that the ingredients are boiled in milk. Gajar ka halwa is a popular sweet prepared in households all over India for offering to God on puja days or festive occasions. The boring doodhi can be turned into a lip-smacking, irresistible Doodhi ka Halwa. Apart from this, you can even make a chana dal or moong dal halwa.
Kulfi is a frozen Indian dessert which captivates us with its intensely milky flavour and spicy notes. The most basic is the malai and kesar-pista kulfi but, you can add fruits to it and try this Banana and Apple Kulfi with super creamy and thick texture. Kesar Kulfi Falooda is a rich dessert with kulfi, falooda sev, rose syrup and dry fruits.
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Anjeer Halwa ( Mithai Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
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Kesar Pista Kulfi by Tarla Dalal
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Sooji Ka Halwa, Banana Rava Sheera by Tarla Dalal
A super tasty dessert ready in minutes, made using the microwave oven, and using everyday ingredients!
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