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Rajasthani Mithai, Sweets recipes


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Rajasthani Mithai, Rajasthani Sweets

Rajasthanis don’t hold back on the use of full-fat milk and ghee in their mithai. No wonder the Manpasand Mithai of Rajasthan tastes so heavenly!

All the festivals and special occasions  in the whole of Rajasthan are incomplete without Ghevar, the king of sweets. A honeycomb shaped delicacy made using plain flour and ghee is relished with rabri.

Doodhiya Kheech is a popular dish from Udaipur. This rich, sweet dish provides with plenty of energy. Made using milk and wheat , it will keep you hooked to it till the last bite.

Winters are harsh in Rajasthan. To keep the body warm, Rajasthanis savour upon different sweets like Gaund ke ladoo , Moong dal halwa , Badam ka halwa which are rich and can be easily stored. Atte ka Malpua is another traditional favourite in Rajasthani households to keep away from the chill weather.

 

Jodhpur is famous for its Mawa Kachori. Rich dry fruit and mawa (khoya) stuffed crisp deep- fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup. Delicately flavoured with spices, sweet treats like Dilkushar are sure to make you feel like a king!

Dal-baati is a typical Rajasthani treat and incomplete without the quintessential "Churma". It is made using coarsely ground wheat flour, besan or maize flour. The most common of all is the wheat flour churma that can be is shaped into Churma ladoo and can be stored too. The texture of ladoo is enhanced by adding sesame seeds and dryfruits


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Moong Dal Halwa
Recipe# 3914
23 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A classic recipe that is relished throughout Rajasthan during the winter months, as it is supposed to keep the body warm and protect it from the bitter winter cold. It is considered to be auspicious, and is often prepared during Holi, Diwali and weddings too. It takes a long time and lots of patienc ....
Petha
Recipe# 2049
14 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
The Petha is a special north Indian mithai that is especially famous in some regions like Agra and Mathura. The moment you have a look at the ingredients list you will realise that this sweet is very unlike other sweets you might have cooked or tasted before. Simply put, the Petha is a sweetened cub ....
Apple Rabadi, Diabetic Friendly
Recipe# 3476
02 Aug 18

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by Tarla Dalal
Low fat milk thickened with apple. The addition of nutmeg and cardamom blends well with the subtle flavours. Try not to peel the apple, as much of the fibre is present in the peel and just below it. Select sweet apples for this recipe, as sharp apples can split the rabadi bitter and so rende ....
Gaund Ke Ladoo
Recipe# 3909
04 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Gaund is an edible gum, extracted from the bark of a tree. Pale, brownish yellow coloured crystals of gaund are easily available in shops. You first need to deep-fry the crystals till they fluff up and then powder them before use in recipes. Gaund is a heat-giving food that is heartily devoured in R ....
Badam ka Halwa
Recipe# 3915
14 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A delicacy rooted in Indian tradition, Badam Halwa is indispensable for celebrations of any kind. It is good to have on normal days too! Infact, grandmas unfailingly advice their grandchildren to have a spoonful of this wholesome halwa every morning, all through the winter. This is one delicious mor ....
Churma Ladoo
Recipe# 2045
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Convenient to serve and richer in flavour, here we present the famous Rajasthani churma in ladoo form! Traditional churma, sweetened with jaggery and enhanced with coconut and sesame seeds, is shaped into ladoos that are easy to store and serve. In order to get the best texture and flavour, use coar ....
Kesar Peda
Recipe# 40033
07 Jun 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Kesar Peda has a characteristic opulence about it, with the dominant flavours of saffron and cardamom lacing the intense richness of mava. By using readymade mava we have brought down the cooking time required to make this traditional mithai. You still have to plan ahead when you want to prepare ....
Atte ka Malpua
Recipe# 3911
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Atte ka Malpua is just what you need to warm your heart on a cold, winter’s day. It is not surprising then that this is a traditional favourite in Rajasthani households, especially during the unrelenting winter days. The smell of sugary, spicy whole wheat batter deep-frying in ghee, especially the p ....
Chenna Malpua  ( Rajasthani Recipe)
Recipe# 3910
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Delicate and lacy malpuas made using fresh paneer which will melt in your mouth. This recipe is somewhat comparable to the famous malai malpuas of Pushkar near Ajmer. Serve them warm topped with raabdi or just garnished with chopped almonds and pistachios. You will find chenna malpuas only at a few ....
Malai Barfi
Recipe# 40032
12 Apr 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A little smartness is all it takes to make traditional favourites easily at home. Malai Barfi, for instance, can be made quite speedily and easily at home by using readymade mava. While the mithai does require a day to cool, you can eliminate the many back breaking hours of work in the kitchen by us ....
Boondi Payas
Recipe# 3919
19 Apr 15

 
 by Tarla Dalal
An interesting version of kheer in which sweet boondis are used to thicken and flavour the milk. It is important to remember to cool the milk completely before you add the boondi so that the boondi stays whole. If you add it into hot or warm milk it is sure to disintegrate giving you a besan flavour ....
Doodhiya Kheech
Recipe# 3920
15 Mar 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This dish is very popular in Udaipur from where it is said to have originated. Its texture is similar to that of rabdi although wheat is used to thicken this dessert. "Kheech" refers to a "mashed texture" that is almost like porridge. As wheat and milk are rejuvenating foods that provide plenty ....
Motichoor Ke Ladoo
Recipe# 3916
26 Oct 16

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 by Tarla Dalal
Diwali just seems incomplete without Motichoor ke Ladoo! Just the sight of this famous mithai reinforces the mood of festivity. However, many think it is very difficult to make and buy it from outside. Try this foolproof recipe at home. Just follow the exact proportions and you will get the perfect ....
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Rajasthani Mithai, Sweets
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 on 10 Jul 18 03:23 PM


MITHAI KHAANI HAI THO RAJASTHAN KI KHAAWO....With attractive smell & sweetness of Ghee & sugar, it comfort your soul. As a mithai merchant, i alway display Rajasthani Gevar, Petha, Malai barfi, Mootichoor laddoo, keshar peda in my shop display. These mentioned mithais are made by our Maharaj referring Tarlaben ki Mithai recipe book. Tarlaben''s mithai has good sale & demand from the customer. Thanks to Tarlaben.
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