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Badam Cham cham is a Bengali sweet made by curdling milk and then shaping the coagulated solids to cylindrical shape pieces. These are cooked in sugar syrup similar to rasgullas to get a soft, spongy and light texture. Cham cham sweet is then garnished with mawa or coconut and pistas.
A popular Indian sweet made with the goodness of almonds, badam ki barfi is a delectable sweet to relish during the festive season of Diwali or other special occasions. Here is a simple, easy and quick badaam barfi recipe to prepare at home and serve guests after a full meal. Made with a few ingredients, this can be your go-to recipe for an Indian sweet.
One of the traditional Indian sweets ? Balushahi also known as Badusha is deep-fried Indian Mithai. It is made using all-purpose flour and later dipped in Sugar syrup.Crispy from outside and moist, tender and flaky from inside, it is one of my favorite Indian sweets. This year, my list of Diwali sweets and snacks is big. I have tons of recipes on my list that I would like to share with you all. So I decided to start with this delicious sweet treat
Laddoo is a traditional Indian Sweet. Daadis Besan Laddo is made from pure Desi Ghee along with 100% pure besan flour which makes for a perfect sweet item.These delicious sweet balls are made using premium quality Gram flour and Fine flour blended in sugar and then roasted in pure ghee for the perfect aromatic flavour. These laddoos are traditional Indian treat and are also sent as gifts on various festive occasions.
Glab Jamun Mix makes sweet and enjoyable, sweet balls.Gulab Jamun is a classic sweet dish sweet liked by young and old. After all, a wedding buffet, birthday celebration or even religious ceremony cannot be completed until guests are given a warm, sticky and thoroughly mouth watering Gulab Jamun. 100% Vegetarian. No preservatives. No artificial flavor. Cleanly made with quality kitchen ingredients. Authentic traditional tastes curated by homemade chefs ? mothers. Sweet ideal for parties, weddings, birthday menus, anniversary gifts, ready to eat. Also try all swad instant mixes: Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Khaman Dhokla, Dosa, Flavor Papad, Flavor Namkeen and Flavor Digestive Candy.
Boondi laddu or bundiar laddu is made from bengal gram flour (besan) based boondi. It is often served on festivals such as Raksha Bandhan and Diwali. Motichoor laddu is made from fine boondi where the balls are tiny and are cooked with ghee or oil.
Chomchom, cham cham, or chum chum (Bengali: ??????) is a traditional Bengali sweet, popular throughout the Indian subcontinent. The sweet comes in a variety of colors, mainly light pink, light yellow, and white. It is coated with coconut or mawa flakes as a garnish
Chenna Murki is a simple, quick and yummy Bengali sweet which can be prepared with very few ingredients in no time.an authentic traditional bengali mithai recipe prepared from chenna or curdled milk and is very similar to rasgulla recipe. it is also a popular dessert in bangladesh and is prepared in white, pink, light yellow or mix of these colours.
Chocolate barfi (or sometimes spelled burfi) was a favourite of mine when I was a child and is now a favourite of my children. This is the first time I made these barfis, so I was a bit apprehensive of how they would turn out as the recipe as taught to me by my father in law is really simple. How can something cooked so quickly and simply taste so great? But believe me they tasted better than any barfis I have ever eaten. I changed the original recipe given to me and reduced the sugar as the chocolate layer tends to be very sweet.
It’s delicious, uplifting and refreshing since 1886. Best known soft drink in the world, in India, Coca-Cola was the leading cola drink till 1977 and then it made a comeback in 1993. Coca-Cola has a taste that refreshes, for a rewardingly uplifting experience.
coconut laddu with detailed photo and video recipe. a famous indian sweet recipe or indian laddu recipe prepared with 3 basic ingredients which includes dedicated coconut, milk and sugar. it is typically prepared during festival seasons as offering especially during diwali, ganesh chaturthi and navarathri.milkmaid, koya and even with simple sugar syrup. however most common is milk and sugar combination which is used in this recipe.