Showing posts with label Indian Sweets and Snacks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Indian Sweets and Snacks. Show all posts

Friday, April 21, 2017

Easy Peanut Chakli Recipe Using Instant Rice Flour | Verkadalai Murukku Recipe From Scratch

We the whole family is addictive to peanuts so on and off i make this peanut murukku aka chakli which takes not more than 20 minutes to prepare using instant rice flour and they are super crispy and addictive as seen in pictures. Perfect to have with garam chai or coffee...If you have store bought fried peanuts then the work is so ease

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Malai Peda Recipe Using Ricotta Cheese | Holi Special

Friends are indeed our great gift in life, I absolutely agree they are the best who cares us more and though
we don't chat often they understands well and think us more. Few travel with us from the beginning of life and we grew our dreams with them...I too have many close friends due to personal work i may speak to them yearly twice or thrice and sometimes when kids stay home we introduce and make them chat in video call. Its nonstop when talk about friends with no further delay i am moving to today's recipe. Its Malai Peda prepared using homemade cheese (you can either use ricotta or Paneer) and I have used peda press which were ordered in online and sent as gift by one of my close friend from college. They reached me few months with few other gifts sent by her, from then

Monday, November 7, 2016

Crispy Bhakarwadi | Savory Bakarwadi Recipe From Scratch

This Bhakarwadi post is supposed to publish before Diwali but i couldn't make it anyways this is a perfect tea time snack you can try and munch all time. Since this is the first time experience with bhakarwadis my mind was thinking all the time for the masala stuff not to come out while deep frying. I got an idea of mixing oil to the mixture and rolling/filling it properly before wrapping the outer layer. That worked very well for me and it was crispy and perfect like store bought Bakarwadis. Do read several tips

Friday, October 21, 2016

Rasgulla Recipe From Scratch

Coming up with a fool proof Rasgulla recipe, Rasgulla is one among the heart dessert of India and the pronunciation may differ like rasagulla or rasagola…Its so spongy and soft, just melts in mouth texture made of Indian cottage cheese/paneer/chenna and then cooked in light sugar syrup. This is a scratch recipe also I am sharing some valuable tips that I am practicing for ages to make it. Please read completely

Friday, September 23, 2016

Apple Kaju Katli | Kaju Katli | Diwali Special


 When I bake, especially my lil one who never allows them to cool, try to touch it, poke it and he just roam over the kitchen till he gets his bite :-). If you give a whole cake he gulps it in a minute of time :-). But my kids desire over Indian sweets is less and i can hardly count and say thier likes. Ladoos and Adhirasam are most favorite of them, apart from few its hard to feed our wide sweet/desserts. Coming to today’s recipe this is simple, ghee free yet attracts my kind off kids much :-). Yup it is Kaju Apple/Cashewnuts Katli, So finally these attractive sweet is peeped up in my kids favorite list and daily after returning from school lil one asks me atleast 3 mini apples (ie apple kaju) to eat :-).

Friday, September 2, 2016

Ammini Kaara Kozhukattai | Seasoned Mini Rice Balls Recipe

Here comes another easy to make recipe for Ganesh Chaturti festival.  Kozhukattais are very famous in south India, especially we make it during Vinayagar/Ganesh Chaturthi Festival. I have lot of sweet and savory kozhukattai recipes in my blog, also today I am sharing a savory mini or ammini kozhukattai recipe. Even beginners can try this recipe without hesitation. Don’t forget to check

Easy Peda Modaks | Doodh Peda | Ganesh Chaturthi Special

 I have started preparing Ganesh Chaturthi special recipes to offer to my Ganesha idols and also obviously to feed my blog :-). Today’s recipe is such an easy to make a sweet in 10 minutes and also with fewer ingredients. It takes little more time for shaping as modaks, instead you can go for

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Easy Aval Laddu Recipe | Poha Ladoo Recipe | Festival Special


An easy to make poha ladoo/aval laddu for the upcoming festivals and it can be done under 30 minutes of time. I made it for Krishna Jayanthi (Janmashtami) celebration last week, thought of sharing this easiest recipe before Ganesh Chaturthi so that others can be benefited :-) Coming to the recipe the sugar level i mentioned is medium and if you like to add more yes please. Also I have healthy Jaggery based Aval laddu recipe, do chcek the recipe HERE. I will be posting few more

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Traditional Mawa Gujiya | Handmade Chandrakala Recipe Using Instant Kyoya/Mawa all from scratch

I am wishing all dear readers a very happy Holi. Holi is the second largest Hindu festival in India (Diwali is the top among all) and today is Holi for us. Despite of my ill health I would like to publish a recipe with long post. Since this recipe elaborates making gujiya from scratch all you need is patience and some important tips I mentioned at the end to make it right. I have the video of making gujiya in the traditional pattern.

Monday, December 28, 2015

Cornflakes Mixture | Maize Poha Mixture with step by step Pictures

Cornflakes Mixture has been waiting in the draft since from Diwali and after all holiday bakes/Christmas posts I thought this would be the right time to release it. This is a perfect tea time snack and if you are concern about oil you can either bake them or add small quantity of the prepared mixture/chivda with puffed rice/murmura and make it lighter and healthy snack. Coming to Corn Flakes I have picked

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Butter Murukku | Quick Chakli Using Instant Rice flour

Ingredients
Rice Flour - 2 Cup
Butter - 3 Tbsp (Room Temperature)
Sesame Seeds - 2tsp
Hing/Asafoetida - 1/4tsp (Optional)
Pepper Powder - 1/2tsp (Optional)
Pottukadalai/Dalia or Roasted Gram Flour - 1/4 Cup (powder roasted gram in mixie/processor and sieve it before adding)

Monday, November 9, 2015

Mini Jhangri Recipe With Video | Soft Jangiri | Jangri Version II

For every Diwali festival Murukku/Chakli , Adhirasam and Soft Jangri/Jhangiri are must at home, Diwali is incomplete without it. So this year I made mini and medium size jhangiri to share with neighbors. This time I have recorded the jangri making in single hand, do check the video here. So this recipe has no step wise pictures instead I have given the video link. Also if you find trouble in watching the video do check my another version of soft jangiri recipe, that recipe has both mixie/food processor and grinder version with step by step picture. The weather is cloudy for past 15 days, so I could not come up

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Besan Ki Burfi | Gram Flour Fudge | Reduced Ghee Barfi Version

For the first time, I have made besan burfi 3 weeks back and stored in an air tight container for Diwali. Since the mysore pak recipe I have in the blog is reduced ghee version I tried similar to it and the

Monday, November 2, 2015

Aloo Ki Bhujia | Potato Sev | Diwali Special Recipe

Aloo Bhujia is an easy snack to make for any festival like Diwali or a perfect savory snack to make for tea time munch. The flavors of potato, besan and spices make it exotic and when compared to other snacks this one uses very less oil when the dough is of perfect consistency. Here I have not added any water

Friday, October 16, 2015

Pottukadalai Murukku (Dalia Chakli) Using Rice Batter with Video | The Traditional Way

Today I am here with a recipe for Pottukadalai/Roasted Gram Murukku, the traditional way that my mom and relatives practice for long long years. I have mentioned this procedure few years back, that is my first murukku post in 2012 using instant rice flour to make Pottukadalai Murukku. Today I am here with the complete Murukku tutorial which is made by grinding the rice to smooth batter and mixing flour and other stuff to the dough.  I have postponed so many years to post this recipe, the one and only reason for

Monday, October 12, 2015

Authentic Adhirasam Using Brown Sugar | Soft Athirasam Recipe with Video!

Diwali is nearing let me gear up the colorful festival with an authentic and super sweet Adhirasam.  My kids usually call them as brown cookies and even my H who is a sugar dis-liker also likes this sweet so once in a while i have to make it especially for them.  If you are my serious follower then you may wonder why I am re posting Athirasam recipe. I have to admit here that my first version is still popular in the blog and today’s version has a quite easy jaggery preparation so you may never go wrong in syrup consistency and for beginners I assure this one is going to be a no fail version. During my summer vacation my mom

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Thengaai Pooranam Kozhukattai | Coconut Jaggery Stuffed Modaks | Easy Modhagam Recipe

Last week I made this Coconut Jaggery Filled Modaks /Thengaai Pooranam Kozhukattai for Ganesh Chaturthi. Later I uploaded a picture in my whats app profile and got lots of appreciation for this modaks. Coming to the recipe I have added generous amount of cardamom powder in the outer layer itself so you can’t expect pure white modaks instead you can see tiny bits of cardamom all over the outer layer. Also I have explained another easy way of using modaks, in this method you can make the outer layer thin

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Kadalai Paruppu Modhagam | Chana Dal Modak Recipe | An Easy way to use Modak Mould

Wishing all my dear Readers, Family and Friends a very Happy Ganesh/Vinayagar Chaturthi. May God answer your prayers. Here comes an authentic sweet modak recipe that scores the sweet lovers out here. I have detailed the recipe with step by step pictures and an easy way to use modak mould.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Easy Red Aval (Poha) Ladoo | Krishna Jayanthi Special

Wishing you all a very Happy Krishna Jayanthi. Here comes a very easy and tasty aval coconut ladoo recipe that you can offer to Lord Krishna on this day. It takes just 20 minutes to prepare this delicious

Monday, April 13, 2015

Arisi Thengai Paal Payasam | Traditional South Indian Recipe

The new year of many South and North Indian calendars falls between 13 to 15th of April, marking the beginning of spring. Tomorrow April 14th the Tamil New Year (Puthandu) is celebrated in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, on the first day of tamil month Chithirai (சித்திரை). The next day Apr 15th, Malayalam New Year (Vishu) is celebrated in the South Indian state of Kerala. The same day Bisu is celebrated in the Western parts of Karnataka where Tulu is spoken. People all around the world celebrate