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Aamrakhand is a delicious Mango Yogurt Pudding that is made from the best of the mangoes available in the summer season. Our favorite is the Alphonso. It is simple and quick to make if you have ready hung yogurt, making it a perfect summer dessert.
Puran Poli is also called as Vedhmi in Gujarat; Puran Poli is one of the favorites with my family. Come every special occasion or a festival Puran Poli features in the menu along another family favorite Undhiyo. Though puran poli is sweet dish; many Gujarati families have them along with the vegetables as an alternative to other flat breads.
“Seviyan Kheer” is one of most popular sweets in South – India. It’s usually a part of meal or thali in local restaurants. Traditionally made during festival of Eid and also known as “Sheer Khurma”; this delicious Indian sweet usually calls for second helping. Usually it’s served bit hot or warm. This recipe is a take on basic Seviyan Kheer with some Vanilla flavor in it. I bet it will be enjoyed by one and doesn’t take much to cook.
In India, there are a large variety of Halwas: sooji ka halwa, gajar ka halwa, lauki ka halwa, moong dal halwa, walnut halwa. Walnut halwa is a classic recipe an can literally be prepared in minutes! This halwa is often prepared during the winter months, as it is supposed to keep the body warm and protect it from the bitter winter cold. It is considered to be auspicious for Holi and Diwali and it even features on wedding menus. Walnut is a wrinkled, brain-like nut that is contained in a very hard shell. Most of you know about the impressive benefits of this nut . It contains the omega 3 and antioxidants that is good for your brain. So try this dish and let me know your valuable comments.
Beetroot Halwa is a delicious pudding that is made from grated beetroot simmered in milk and spiced with cardamom. Beets are highly nutritious and “cardiovascular health” friendly root vegetables. Its nutrition benefits come particularly from fiber, vitamins, minerals, and unique plant derived anti-oxidants.
Winter in gujarati household is incomplete without a bite of this traditional winter sweet ADADIYA. This is a traditional delicasy of the Kutch region in Gujarat and it has helpful heating properties which the body requires during the cold winter months . The delicacy is prepared using the flour of Arad Ni Dal (Black Gram Dal/Urad Dal) which is well roasted along with ghee and naturally healthy ingredients like dry fruits and spice powders.Though an elaborate procedure it is worth all the efforts.. I have made use of the commonly used spices, though some do use many other spices too. This spicy sweet is filled with richness of taste and goodness of health and something words cannot describe.