Rice Payasam ( Chawal Payasam )

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Rice Payasam or Chawal Payasam is a popular traditional Indian dessert and the very name suggests the main ingredient – rice. It is delicious and obviously very easy recipe to prepare. In India, it is very common sweet dish, made during festive seasons. It is similar to rice kheer. It is a kind of pudding,…


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The name rasmalai comes from two words in Hindi: ‘ras’ meaning ‘juice’ and ‘malai’ meaning ‘cream’. It has been described as a rich cheesecake without a crust. The sweet is of Bengali origin and a very delicious Indian dessert.   Prep Time 5 minutes Cook Time 45 minutes Serve 5 Taste Sweet   Ingredients Rasgullas…

Badam Halwa (Almond Halwa)

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Badam Halwa or Almond Halwa is a very quick-to-prepare and tasty Indian dessert. This halwa is made from blanched and peeled almonds, milk, sugar and ghee. It is flavoured with saffron and cardamom powder. Like many other halwas- gajar halwa, sooji halwa, moong dal halwa; this badam halwa is also very popular in festive seasons….


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Phirni is a delicious Punjabi style milk and rice based creamy dessert. It has a thick creamy texture and is traditionally served in the clay containers called as shikoras. This sweet pudding is a must in North India on festive occasions or special celebrations like Diwali , Karwa chauth etc.   Prep Time 5 minutes…

Besan Laddu (Besan ke Laddoo, Gram flour sweet balls)


Laddus are the popular sweets in the Indian Subcontinent. Different types of laddu are made in India during festive seasons, like Boondi laddu, Besan laddu, Coconut laddu, Malai laddu etc. Besan laddus are very common sweets, often served at festivals, family events and religious occasions in India. These sweet balls are made of gram flour…

Kaju barfi ( Kaju katli )

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Kaju barfi is a dessert from the Indian subcontinent. Actually this is a royal Indian sweet that takes a pride position in most Indian festival treats. This dessert is also known as Kaju katli or Indian vegan cashew fudge. It is very popular during the festive times like diwali, dasera etc.   Prep Time 30…

Badam Kheer (Badam Payasam)

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Badam Kheer is a popular Indian dessert. It is also known as Badam Payasam. Grounded almonds and cashew nuts give it a thick, creamy texture which tastes awesome. It can be served hot or cold.     Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 30 minutes Serve 4 Taste Sweet   Ingredients Almonds 30 Cashew nuts…

Semiya Payasam ( Vermicelli Payasam, Seviyan Kheer )

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Semiya Payasam is a popular traditional Indian dessert, made of vermicelli. It is a delicious and obviously very easy recipe to make. In India, it is a very common sweet dish, made during festive seasons. It is called seviyan kheer or semiya kheer in North India, whereas, semiya payasam or seviyan payasam in South India….

Nariyal Burfi (Milk Coconut Burfi)

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Coconut burfi with milk is the most popular and common sweet dish in India, made in almost every houses and sweet shops. This sweet is also known as Naralachi Vadi, Thenga Burfi and Nariyal burfi. This sweet is very easy to prepare and it can be stored in refrigerator easily for 15 days.   Prep…

Chana Dal Burfi (Bengal gram Sweet Dish)

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Chana Dal Burfi is one of the popular traditional Indian recipes. Chana can be used to make various different namkeens and sweets like Chana Dal Moth, Chana Dal Halwa, Chana Dal Kheer etc. In India, chana dal burfi is a very common and delicious dessert dish in festive seasons. It is delicious and at the…

Gajar Ka Halwa (Carrot Halwa)


Gajar ka Halwa or Gajrila is one of the most popular Indian desserts. This dish is originated from Punjab.The name actually originates from the Arabic word “halwa” which means “sweet” and it is made from carrot (gajar). It is traditionally eaten during all of the festivals in India, mainly on the occasion of Diwali, Holi,…