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Three-in-one sweet

Surya Kala / Chandra Kala / Lavanga Latika

In Sweets On November 4, 2012 33 Comments

This is a Three-in-one Sweet. With the same dough and stuffing, we can prepare three sweets viz Surya Kala, Chandra Kala and Lavanga Latika. Only difference is the… Read More »

Fried Modak

Fried Modak – Version 1

In Sweets On September 3, 2012 10 Comments

Method: Sieve maida, add salt and one teaspoon of ghee or oil and mix it well. Add water little by little and make a dough (like Puri dough)…. Read More »

Acchu Murukku

Acchu Murukku

In Snacks On August 24, 2012 10 Comments

“Acchu Murukku” also known as “Achappam” or “Rose cookie” is a mild sweet Murukku, normally prepared during Christmas time. To prepare this Murukku, you will need a special… Read More »

KulKul

Kulkul

In Sweets On December 18, 2011 9 Comments

Kulkuls are the sweet prepared all over India at Christmas time. This is normally made with maida, egg, coconut milk and sugar. I prepared this without egg and… Read More »

Sweet Thukkada

Sweet Thukkada

In Sweets On December 18, 2011 9 Comments

Method: Mix maida, rawa, powdered sugar, butter, cooking soda and a pinch of salt. Add warm milk little by little and make a soft dough. Keep it aside… Read More »

Maida Poori

Maida Puri

In Breakfast On December 15, 2011 7 Comments

Method: Mix maida, rawa, salt, and a tablespoon of oil or ghee together. Add water little by little and make a smooth dough. Cover with a damp cloth… Read More »

Sojji Appam

Sojji Appam

In Sweets On November 23, 2011 13 Comments

Method: Sieve maida, add salt and one teaspoon of ghee or oil and mix it well. Add water little by little and make a soft dough. Keep it… Read More »

Halwa

Maida Halwa

In Sweets On November 8, 2010 41 Comments

Method: Add enough water to Maida and make a thin batter without any lumps. Add the colour and stir well. Keep aside. Add half cup water to the… Read More »

sweet-dhal-poli

Sweet Dhal Poli

In Sweets On September 16, 2010 13 Comments

Method: Soak Bengal gram dhal in water for about two to three hours. Cook the Dhal in water till soft, but not mushy. Drain the excess water and… Read More »

chocolate-burfi

Chocolate Burfi

In Sweets On October 19, 2009 27 Comments

Put ghee in a kadai and heat it. Add maida to the ghee and fry for two to three minutes or till you get nice aroma. Remove it… Read More »

easy-kunukku

Easy Kunukku

In Snacks On February 12, 2009 12 Comments

Kunukku is traditionally prepared by soaking dhals and rice and grinding with chillies and salt. This batter is deep fried like bonda. But for a quick version, we… Read More »

badhusha

Badhusha

In Sweets On August 25, 2008 13 Comments

Method: Combine ghee and cooking soda in a bowl and rub them with the palm of your right hand for 15 minutes. Or slightly melt the ghee and… Read More »