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  • Badam halwa is a traditional Indian sweet that is popular across the country. Badam halwa is generally prepared for any joyous occasions - including festivals, weddings, naming ceremony, etc. The badam halwa is basically made of badam, sugar and ghee as ...
  • Bombay Halwa is a traditional Indian sweet dish that can be easily prepared during festivals like Diwali, Navratri, etc. The Bombay Karachi halwa is a sub-continent favourite and is prepared with simple ingredients like corn flour, ghee and sugar with a ...
  • Chiroti is a very popular dessert in the traditional Maharashtrian cuisine that is prepared using plain flour. It's a fried flaky pastry with concentric circles of delicate layers that is either sprinked with a generous amount of cardamom-flavoured powdered sugar or ...
  • Be it any festival, it is not complete without sweets. Lord Ganesha loves sweet modaks. There are many versions of this modak made from sugar, jaggery, cardamom, etc., but Chef Kasiviswanathan gives us the easiest, newest and delicious version of the ...
  • Atta ladoo is a traditional North Indian sweet that is prepared mainly during festivals and other celebrations. The atte ke ladoo is made with atta, ghee and powdered sugar as the main ingredients and is flavoured with various dry fruits to ...
  • Paal poli is a conventional South Indian sweet that hails from Tamil Nadu. The milk poli is prepared during festivals and is also a custom to prepare it as a part of the wedding feast. The paal poli is simply dunking ...
  • Moong dal payasam is a South Indian delicacy that is prepared during festivals as an offering to God. Pasi paruppu payasam, as it is known in Tamil Nadu, is made with cooked moong dal, jaggery and milk as the main ingredients. ...
  • Suji ki kheer is a traditional Indian sweet that is prepared across the country during festivals and other celebrations. Also known as rava payasam in the South, this recipe has rava, milk and sugar as its main ingredients. The rava kheer ...
  • Fried mawa modak is a traditional North Indian way of preparing modak for Ganesh Chathurthi. The khoya modak is offered to Lord Ganesha as a naivedyum and then partaken and distributed to all. The mawa filled modak as the name symbolizes ...
  • Rava ladoo is a popular Indian sweet that is prepared specially during festivals and other religious ceremonies. This sweet is popular in Karnataka as rava unde and also in Tamil Nadu as rava urundai. Sooji ladoo as the name suggests is ...
  • Gopalkala is a traditional dish of Maharashtra, which is offered as a naivedyam to Lord Krishna during the Janmashtami day. The gopalkala is made from poha, curd, cucumber and a few spices added to it. People believe this to be God's ...
  • Paneer kheer is a special sweet that is prepared by North Indians for special festivals. Also known as paneer payasam, this sweet is flavoured with paneer, milk, condensed milk and fragrance-filled cardamom powder and dry fruits. The paneer kheer is prepared ...
 
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