Bread Halwa | How to make Double Ka Meetha

Bread Halwa

Bread Halwa or Double Ka Meetha is a sinful sweet, popular across all Indian States, though it is well known from Andhra Pradesh. This is best done with leftover bread slices. The bread slices are ground to crumbs and roasted in ghee and then cooked in milk. We were expecting a pudding consistency, while it […]

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Semiya Ladoo ~ Easy Diwali Sweets

Semiya Ladoo

Semiya Ladoo is an easy Diwali Sweet that you can make very quickly. This is made with vermicelli and surely makes a difference from the regular ladoos you can make for the festival season. Since I was planning to make easy sweets for this Diwali, I had asked Amma to suggest some easy ones and […]

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Carrot Rava Ladoo ~ Easy Diwali Sweets

Carrot Rava Ladoo

Carrot Rava Ladoo is an easy sweet you can make for Diwali. This is a sinful ladoo and everybody will love this quick sweet. Fresh carrots are used in this ladoo and cooked till soft before adding roasted Rava to make ladoos. I wanted to do this theme next week however, I didn’t have time […]

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Mixed Nuts Rava Ladoo ~ Easy Diwali Sweets

Mixed Nuts Rava Ladoo

Mixed Nuts Rava Ladoo is an easy sweet you can make for this Diwali. All the ingredients you need are easy available in your pantry. Every Deepavali we make elaborate plans on making new sweets, savories and towards the actual D Day, we will have loads of Sweets and Savories that we prepare that ends […]

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Yendu Kobbari Rava Laddu ~ Dry Coconut Rava Ladoo

Yendu Kobbari Rava Laddu

Dry Coconut Rava Ladoo or Yendu Kobbari Rava Laddu, made with dry coconut and rava, is popular Indian sweet prepared during festivals like Deepavali. We mostly make this Rava Laddo with fresh coconut, this time we used Dry Coconut or Copra. Rava Laddo is one of our favorite sweets and also the easiest that you […]

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Diwali Mixture | How to make Kara Boondi Mixture

Diwali Mixture

Diwali Mixture or this Kara Boondi is a wonderful savory you can make this festival season and enjoy. This is very much similar to the South Indian Mixture we make, only this is made slightly different and with lesser components added. Amma has a standard list of dishes that she makes for each Diwali and […]

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Murukulu ~ South Indian Chakli For Diwali

Murukulu

Murukulu or the south indian Chakli is a traditional indian deep fried snack made for Diwali, using a mix of different lentils. This Murukulu like the other Murukku or Jantikalu, makes a delicious snack for this festival season, to share and enjoy with family and friends. Amma always starts the Deepavali Savory preparation a week […]

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Khoya Badam Burfi | How to make Badam Burfi in Microwave

Khoya Badam Burfi

Microwave Khoya Badam Burfi is a quick Indian Sweet you can prepare if you have all the ingredients on hand. You can use store bought Khoya or homemade Khova. Using store bought, this sweet is very easy and quick to get done in microwave. I have a huge milk powder packet to use up, plus […]

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Carrot Burfi | How to make Gajar Barfi

Carrot Burfi

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my readers! Carrot Burfi or Gajar ki Barfi is yet another quick sweet you can make for festivals. I have used khoya and condensed milk. You can use milk as well, though it is more time consuming. There are so many ways to make this sweet. I kept it simple […]

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Microwave Instant Palkova with 2 Ingredients in 2 Minutes

Instant Palkova

If you are craving for an instant sweet or want to make something quick for the upcoming festivals, then this Microwave Instant Palkova is your answer! This is 2 Ingredient cooked in approx. 2 minutes. I seem to have slipped into a forced break from sharing, due to various reasons. The top reason comes to […]

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Flaxseeds Sunnundalu | Flax Seeds Urad Dal Laddoos

Sunnundalu are famous Andhra Laddoos. I have always remembered eating this special sweet from childhood. Urad dal is very healthy and often made as these sweet preparation and forms part of many festivals and poojas. So imagine combining the goodness of Urad dal with that of Flax Seeds. We have recently started including Flax Seeds […]

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