Archive for the ‘Sweets/desserts’ Category
Karadantu (Kannada: ಕರದಂಟು) is a sweet delicacy unique to the state of Karnataka, India. Karadantu means fried-edible gum in the local language, Kannada. A healthy, nutritious and traditional North Karnataka dessert recipe made with nutritious ingredients like – dry coconut (copra), Poppy seeds, mixed dry fruits, dry pumpkin seeds, edible gum, ghee, and jaggery, which makes a delicious chewy texture sweet […]
Surprise Delight is quick and easy to make sweet, cooking without fire recipe, which needs no oven or fire, an excellent sweet dish which can be made in a short time with few ingredients. All we need is Milk powder, icing sugar, desiccated coconut, almond, and dates.
Paniyaram is one of the breakfast dishes in South Indian homes. Three fruit Paniyaram is an authentic south Indian recipe made with seasonal fruits like jack-fruit, banana and mango which is easily available in the summer season, this is an instant Paniyaram recipe made with simple ingredients. The natural flavour of fruits makes the dish delicious […]
Carrot Coconut Burfi is delicious and easy to make home-made sweet. Prepared with freshly grated carrots, This recipe is similar to Coconut Barfi Just adding carrots enhances the taste and flavour. A unique and appetizing sweet dish for any occasions.
Holige/Obbattu / Puran Poli is a popular, traditional festival sweet that is prepared during the Ugadi festival. Pineapple Holige is an Innovative Holige/Puran Poli, in which stuffing is fresh Pineapple, Coconut, sugar/jaggery, a healthy and a tasty dessert for any occasion. There are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of stuffings, Pineapple Holige is one among them.
Jackfruit payasam is one of the most delicious, flavourful payasam, a thick dessert made using ripe jackfruits. It is prepared by stir-frying the jackfruit pieces in ghee and cooked along with coconut milk and jaggery. A seasonal Yummy sweet dish, an easy to make recipe with simple ingredients.
Holige, a classic south Indian sweet dish prepared during the Ugadi festival. Dates Holige/ Dates Puran Poli is a yummy sweet dish prepared with fresh dates and coconut, it is an Innovative and alternative to Holige/Puran poli, in which stuffing is typically made with Dal, Jaggery, and Coconut, there are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of […]
Tambittu Arathi is an authentic sweet dish prepared to offer Divine God / Godess on auspicious days/festivals. There are many varieties of Arathi’s like Hasi Akki Tambittu, Hurida Akki tambittu, Hurigadale tambittu…which is very auspicious for certain pooja rituals which is followed from generations, here is one among them, which is very easy and a tasty […]
Quinoa Kesari is a delicious and healthy sweet that is also an easy and quick to make recipe has a preparation similar to Rava Kesari/ Sheera. Kesari Bhat is a popular and easy sweet dish from Karnataka. It is one of the easiest of all sweet preparations. Traditionally Rava / semolina is used to make this dish, but […]
Sweet Potato Holige /Puran Poli /Obbattu is a traditional and a popular Indian recipe made with boiled mashed sweet potato along with jaggery and coconut as the main ingredients. An authentic Sweet dish with classic texture, unique and a real taste with innovative stuffing. It’s a very simple recipe. This can be made easily in a short time with less […]
Semolina Chana Dal Payasam is a tasty and An easy sweet dish made to offer God, I usually make this dish on Guru Raghavendra Aradhana day, a quick and easy sweet dish with only a few ingredients. Combination of semolina, chana dal, ghee, and jaggery which makes a healthy and delicious sweet dish, just give […]
Red Aval laddu is a sweet ball prepared with red aval / poha / flattened rice, sugar, cardamom, and ghee. Aval laddu is usually prepared at the time of Krishna Jayanthi. I used red aval in this recipe but you can replace it with regular white aval. A quick and yummy snack that can be prepared […]