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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Coconut Rava Halwa

Coconut Rava Halwa

Coconut Rava Halwa is a nutty delicious halwa you can make with fresh coconut. This halwa is quite easy to make and gets done quickly. With so many festivals and poojas, this sweet makes an apt Naivedyam. I have mentioned about our handmade clippings and files that we have been safekeeping for over 20 years […]

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Hayagreeva Maddi ~ Navratri Special Dishes – Day 3

Hayagreeva Maddi

Hayagreeva or Hayagreeva Maddi is an easy and traditional Karnataka sweet. When I was doing the Udipi Cuisine, I remember reading about it while planning for Udupi Thali and then realised its very much the same like the Poli purnam we make. Once the neivedyam is offered, I always end up eating the filling as […]

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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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Carrot Seviyan Halwa

Carrot Seviyan Halwa is a delicious creamy milk sweet made with vermicelli and carrot. The texture is more like a halwa than a payasam and is so addictive. This sweet is a wonderful way to celebrate Mother’s Day, which falls on May 14th. Amma is so fond of sweets and this sweet was in fact […]

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Chocolate Sooji Halwa | Chocolate Halwa with Semolina

For the next recipe under Chocolates, I have another fusion dish made with Cocoa and Sooju Halwa, making it a sinful Chocolate Sooji Halwa. Maybe the south Indian in me, thinks anything made with Rava, sugar becomes a Kesari, so I would even call this a Chocolate Kesari Bath, even though I haven’t added any […]

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Karah Prashad | How to make Gurudwara Karah Prashad

Karah Prashad

For the final day of making Temple Prasahads, I selected to make Gurdwara’s Karah Prashad. Its a halwa made with equal measures of wheat flour, sugar and ghee. This almost resembles the Godumai Halwa of Tamil Nadu. However, the process and the procedure followed differs. Plus the final texture is quite different. I read on […]

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Carrot Moong Dal Halwa

I am sort of now getting used to my hectic mornings. After almost a month, it’s only natural one gets used to lazy mornings. Though I always wake early, the mornings will be spent loitering around facebook or reading my friends blogs. Now that gets curbed and I will have to allocate a different time […]

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