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Coconut burfi/ Kobri Mithai/Nariyal ki burfi

This is the 2nd recipe of coconut burfi I’m sharing in the space. This time I tried from ‘cook with a smile’ food blog. The recipe came out so perfect that I made it nearly 7 to 8 batches and distributed among my dear ones. I love this recipe more  because we do not have to check sugar string consistency. ... Read More »

Motichur laddu

Today is the 4th day of Diwali #20k17 . I had tried Motichur laddu last Diwali but could not share the recipe as I was held up back then  also another reason being it  was a detailed post . I had tried a recipe from a popular blog but it failed very badly. Then I came across a recipe from ... Read More »

Dharwad Peda, Diwali special

This is the 3rd sweet recipe of  Diwali #20k17 . Dharwad peda is a popular Indian sweet which is famous in Karnataka. It is originated from Dharwad. To know more about this sweet you may check Wiki . This is a very easy recipe and the taste matches almost to the original . Stay tuned for Namkeens!! Ingredients: Khoya/ Khoa – 200 ... Read More »

Milk powder burfi

Diwali is around the corner and this is the 2nd sweet I tried for this Diwali #20k17, ‘Milk powder burfi’.  This is a very easy recipe where you don’t have to make sugar syrup and check string consistency and all. Recently I tried a burfi from a very good blog but I failed to hook it. Infact I watched the ... Read More »

Kaju watermelon,Diwali special

I tried a fancy sweet called ‘Kaju Watermelon’ for this Diwali. They looked very attractive and tasted good too.  I followed the recipe  in you tube video named as  ‘Food Connection’ .This burfi is cashewnut based and tasted like kaju burfi. I used gel colours to colour the balls. Those who don’t prefer the colour may just coat it with ... Read More »

Khoa Burfi/ Dodha burfi

Mangalore is decked up with lightings for the Navaratri festival and is looking as beautiful as a bride. Just like Mumbai is popular for Ganesh chaturthi , Bengal for its Durga puja,Mangalore is famous for Dasara. One can hear the beats of the tiger dance all over. To celebrate the occasion I’m sharing a recipe of a sweet called Dodha ... Read More »

Kesari Modak

Ganesh Chathurti is nearing and when the festival nears all it reminds me is ‘Modak‘ and ‘Chakli‘. Today I found a picture of Kesari Modak in one of the folder which I had prepared last year. I searched in my archives to check if I had already shared in the space but to my dismay didn’t find it. So without ... Read More »

Badam burfi

Diwali is one of my favourite festival . I tried another version of badam burfi this year and it came out good. I have already shared the recipe of Almond burfi long back .Badam means almonds. When it comes to  making of Indian sweets I still need to master most of the things. Never the less I try and it tastes good . ... Read More »

Godu Appo

Today is the first day of the Shravan month and is an auspicious month for Hindus. G.S.B  ladies perform Puja on Friday and Sunday by making a special type of tiny flower bouquet and offer it to the lord and exchange it with the married ladies. Coming back to the dish I prepared this Appo sometime back for my Saibaba rwath. ... Read More »

Mango Sheera

King of fruits  ‘Mango’ season has almost come to an end and today I am sharing an interesting recipe called Mango Sheera. The recipe was shared by my friend Jyothi Nayak Kamath . This recipe was shared to her by her friend and she was generous enough to share the it amongst us . Feels good to be back home ... Read More »