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Instant Oats turned into ladoos or rolls, delicious sweet rolls with heart healthy oats… Recipes that I create instantly are usually the best. This is one such recipe that I made without much thought and effort. I browsed through the sweets that can be made for Diwali on my blog and shared the post on my FB cooking page. After a few minutes, I was struck with...

Boondi, fried chickpea flour (besan) when combined with sugar syrup and made into rounds yummy ladoos are formed… One of the most famous traditional sweets in India is Ladoo, and is devoured by everyone during special occasions, festivals or on any day when there is a craving for sweets. This is one of the sweets that can be found in almost every sweet stores,...

Murukku is a South Indian crunchy snack, by adding beetroot puree it got colorful and tasted great… Diwali is around the corner and my FB news feed has been bombarded with pictures of Diwali snacks posted by my fellow food bloggers, celebrity Indian chefs and other food enthusiasts. I love all kinds of Indian sweets and snacks, especially burfis, pedas and...

Quick and easy barfi made effortlessly in the microwave, in less than 10 minutes you will enjoy these delicious milk and chocolate flavored barfi… Barfi is a sweet that’s quite popular in India and is served during special occasions and festivals. There are so many different kinds of barfi, it can be made with condensed milk, khoya (milk solids), gram...

My favorite among ladoos, made with ground split dalias… One of the sweets that I used to have a lot as a kid was this Maladu. I would get this from the nearby store and would finish one whole packet which had about 8 ladoos in just one sitting. I love the taste of the ground split dalai and the smooth, melt into the mouth texture of this maladu. Split dalias...

All you need is 15 minutes to make this delicious semolina or rava laddu… Aren’t you all glad that Thursday has come to an end??? This week did go by pretty fast and now looking forward to a long weekend. Last weekend, we visited the Botanical garden in Hamilton, ON. There are many gardens, lakes and parks lined up in Hamilton, it was a very relaxing...

This is a Guest post by Nisha  Jangiri is a very popular sweet in South India.Wedding feasts in South India are mostly accompanied by this glossy, flower shaped (slurpy!!:)) sweets. I think this celebrity sweet had enough intro,so lets go dig in the recipe Source: Vahchef + a little modification   JANGIRI   Save Print Author: Nishas Recipe type:...

Crispiness, crunchiness and yumminess… Murukku is a popular snack in South India. This snack always came along with my grandma when she visited us. Without a doubt, grandmas fried murukku tastes delicious. This is also available at almost all snack stores in South India, however home made murukku tastes better than the store bought ones. This was the first...

Is there any celebration without sweets??? Diwali, the festival of lights is around the corner, this festival is celebrated by almost everyone in India. However, it is celebrated in its full spirit and full extend in North India. While thinking about diwali so many good memories flashes through my mind: non-stop fireworks, lights, lots of sweets and joy. I am a huge...

Yet another popular Indian sweet… This was one of the sweets that I used to make way before I was hit by the passion for cooking. Of course, the simplicity of making this sweet and the very few ingredients the recipe called for attracted me. Only thing that is stopping me from making this these days is the fact that it has wheat and my husband cannot have it....