Dessert Recipes (Most Popular)34410 results - showing 29851 to 29860
These Milk Squares or Barfi are a much loved treat in all Indian households.The old method of preparing this Sweet calls for cooking the Milk in a wide mouthed, heavy bottomed pan and stirring constantly till it solidifies.Not just Time consuming but exhausting too.
This is a lighter Recipe and healthier because it has lesser calories than the original and is quicker to make.Tastes good too----purists however may not agree!!!Submitted by KOMAL53
My next door neighbour Vijaya is a Manglorean and makes delicious Neer Dosais and Appams.Her Sweet Appams are truly delicious and crisply light and can be eaten as a Dessert or an Evening Snack.By fermenting the Batter one need not add any Yeast or Baking Powder/Soda as these come out extremely light and fluffy by themselves.These are made in a special Cast Iron Pan called the Appa Chatti which is these days available in the Market in a healthy Non-Stick format too.These can be eaten by themselves or dipped in Rasaayan or sweet Spiced Coconut Milk.They taste great either way but I prefer these by themselves!!!Submitted by KOMAL53
Yoghurt based Shrikhand is one of the favourite traditional Sweets in India----specially in the States of Maharashtra and Gujerat.This is easily converted into into Fruit or Mango Shrikhand also called Aamra Khand in Marathi.Submitted by KOMAL53
This is a favourite sweet in the Konkan,Goa and Karwar regions specially during the month of Shravan(mid July-mid August).As Coconuts and Rice are the main crops in that region this is made with these two things and adds a sweet touch during the Poojas during that month.
We use a 'Sora' or a wooden Mould.It is a hollow Teak Wood Cylinder with handles.Thin Brass discs fit into one end while another solid Wood Cylinder---also with handles,forms the other half.This fits into the hollow Cylinder. By applying pressure the Dough is forced out through interchangeable brass discs with have various shapes on them.These are something like the nozzles in an Icing Gun.Today Steel Soras are also available on which we need to use far less pressure and therefore are way easier to use.We use the medium Vermicelli mould for these.Submitted by KOMAL53
This is another popular traditional Marathi Sweet.My Mother and Grandmothers always kept these ready to serve any one who may pay a visit.A fresh batch would be made as soon as the earlier one got over.These are nutritious and keep for a month or two on the shelf in an airtight jar.Submitted by KOMAL53