Sweets and Indians are closely knit with each other. Indians love to have sweets during the course of their meals. A lot of Indian sweets are typically made from ghee and jaggery in combinations with semolina, whole wheat flour or gram flour to name a few.
Sweets made from jaggery have a religious significance. A Gujarati wedding engagement function is named after jaggery called Gol Dhana; where Gol means jaggery and Dhana means coriander seeds. In the event of a new business, work, new home jaggery is given to sweeten the palate to indicate a good start to the event.

Come every festival like Holi, Navaratri, Diwali the women folk of the Indian families are busy whipping up the traditional sweets for that occasion. The recipes in this section will guide you to making some of the tried and tested recipes that have been handed down through many generations. If you have never tried attempting sweets before, some of these recipes could be the easiest you could ever try.

Assamese Style Dil Pasand Recipe

Assamese Style Dil Pasand Recipe (Stuffed Sweet Puris) is a traditional sweet puri with rich and delicious filling of khoya-coconut-raisins from the Assamese cuisine is a special dish that can be included to your festival recipe collections or even for treating your guests during your party. A very delicious sweet which is hard to resist and I’m sure you can’t stop just at one. Perfectly puffed puris with just the right amount of stuffing makes every bite a crunchy-sweet-heaven. Try this Assamese ...

Easy Vegan Date Roll Recipe

Easy Vegan Date Roll Recipe is a sweet dessert recipe which is gluten free. There is no added sugar either. Make this easy to prepare dessert and impress your guests in your next tea party or dinner party. Serve Easy Vegan Date Roll Recipe along with other assorted desserts after dinner. If you like this recipe, you could also try our other dessert recipes like Karnataka Style Kashi Halwa Recipe With Ash Gourd Pista Sandesh Recipe Microwave Oats Milk Halwa Recipe Gil-E-Firdaus Recipe ...

Nolen Gurer Payesh Recipe

Nolen Gurer Payesh Recipe is a simple, delicious Assamese/ Bengali dessert  made with rice, milk, bay leaf and date palm jaggery. The dish is pretty easy to make and the outcome is really creamy tempting bowlful of dessert. Nolen gur jaggery gives this dish a unique taste. Serve Nolen Gurer Payesh Recipe as a dessert recipe. Here are a few more Nolen gur recipes that you can also try Bengali Chirer Payesh Nolen Chawal Bhog Kheer Puli Pitha Nolen Gur Panna Cotta

Averekallu Rava Laddu Recipe (Field Beans Semolina Balls Recipe

Averekallu Rava Laddu Recipe (Field Beans Semolina Balls Recipe) is a creative way of using the field beans in a sweet. Usually the field beans or the avarekallu is used only in savory curries or in savory puddings like avarekallu upma but very few knew that these beans give a good taste once it is used to make this sweet. The laddu is crunchy and soft and is made especially during the Avarekallu season. Serve the Averekallu Rava Laddu Recipe (Field Beans Semolina Balls Recipe) as a dessert after ...

Sakkare Achhu Recipe (Festive Sugar Figurines)

Sakkare Achhu Recipe is a Festive Sugar Candy that is prepared specially during Sankranti to distribute among the kith and kin. These candies are melt in mouth, sugary sweet that is made out of purified sugar syrup moulded in wooden moulds to make the sugar figurines. Make sure you get nice traditional wooden acchu-moulds. If you do not have one, you can also do this recipe on silicon moulds. Sakkare achhu is traditionally distributed with sugar cane and ellu bella on Sankranti festival. You ...

Sajjappa Recipe (Stuffed Sweetened Coconut Pastry)

Karnataka Style Sajjappa Recipe is the deep fried sweet recipe made with sweetened coconut stuffing within a pastry dough made with rava and maida. It is a festive recipe that is served as a part of meals in Karnataka. Serve Sajjappa Recipe as a dessert during house parties. Here are more Indian Sweet recipes to try Uparghi Laadu Recipe (Whole Wheat Flour & Banana Squares) Karnataka Style Haalbai Recipe Andhra Style Pappulo Undrallu Recipe Kaanole Recipe (Maharashtrian Steamed ...

Mango Ladoo Recipe

Mango Ladoo Recipe tastes so good and they are completely different from the regular ladoos. It can be made instantly with just three ingredients. If you have any sudden guests in home and you have homemade mango puree, you can prepare this for them during mango season. Serve Mango Ladoo Recipe during tea time or as a dessert. Here are few more ladoos to try Red Poha & Flax Seeds Ladoo Recipe Narkel Naru - Ladoo Recipe With Grated Coconut Churma Ladoo Recipe (Atta/Whole Wheat Ladoo) Kaju ...

Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe

Kordoi are fried Assamese snacks that have both sweet and savoury versions, particularly popular during Bihu festival. These Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe are named after star fruit (which is called kordoi in Assamese). A simple dough is made using flour, rolled, shaped, fried and then dipped in sugar syrup. Assamese Sweet Kordoi Recipe are not only a breeze to make, but look very pretty and are absolutely scrumptious to snack on during evenings with a cup of hot Adrak Chai! If you like this recipe, ...

Uparghi Laadu Recipe (Whole Wheat Flour & Banana Squares)

Uparghi Laadu Recipe (Whole Wheat Flour & Banana Squares) is a recipe of a ladoo that doesn’t look like round. This is a traditional recipe from Gujarat and is made during winters, especially at the time of Uttarayan festival. It is called ladoo but it is square shaped. Uparghi is a Gujarati name which means coated with ghee on top (upar stands for top and ghi stands for ghee/clarified butter). Instead of making muthias and frying them, thick bhakhris are made from dough and cooked on a tava. ...

Karnataka Style Haalbai Recipe

Haalbai Recipe is a traditional recipe from Karnataka cuisine which is prepared on special occasions. It is authentically made with coconut milk and rice flour. One can also try the same recipe by substituting rice flour with whole wheat flour or ragi flour. You can serve the Haalbai recipe warm or chilled, as a dessert after festive lunch or during evenings with tea. Here are more Karnataka Style recipes for you to try and relish Karjikai (Karnataka Style Deep Fried Sweet Pastry Recipe) Surti ...

Bhaja Pithe Recipe

Bhaja Pithe Recipe is a traditional sweet recipe in the region of West Bengal. This recipe is traditionally made for harvest festival. Made with nolen gur (palm jaggery), this recipe can also be substituted with normal cane jaggery. Coconut filling is stuffed in the dough made from dal, sweet potato and rice flour, and is deep fried to make Bhaja Pithe Recipe. Serve this as a dessert after meals. Here are more festive recipes to try Puran Poli Recipe With Toor Dal And Chana Dal Rajasthani ...

Kaanole Recipe (Maharashtrian Steamed Wheat Flour Sweet)

Kaanole are steamed sweet delicacy from Maharashtrian Cuisine. Made from whole wheat flour and Jaggery, this sweet dish is prepared especially on the occasion of Naag Panchami in my family since ages. A dough is made with whole wheat flour , Jaggery syrup and oil and rolled out and made into small triangle shape kaanole and then steamed in the cooker. Kaanole Recipe (Maharashtrian Steamed Wheat Flour Sweet) is served piping hot with the Appe Payasa. Here are more Maharashtrian recipes for you to ...

Narkel Naru Ladoo Recipe With Grated Coconut

Narkel Naru - Ladoo Recipe With Grated Coconut is a Bengali festive recipe which is usually prepared during Durga pooja and in countryside of India during special occasions like festivals. Traditionally prepared with reduced milk, here I have used sweetened condensed milk instead of taking hours to reduce milk manually. Serve these easy to prepare Narkel Naru - Ladoo Recipe With Grated Coconut for dessert option during evening or after meal. Here are few more ladoo recipes to try Red Poha & ...

Khurchan Mawa Burfi Recipe Made With Ghee Residual

Khurchan means the scrapped leftover. Khurchan Mawa Burfi Recipe is made with this ghee residual which is left behind after extracting ghee from butter. If you are one of them who loves homemade ghee over the store-bought one, you might have often used the leftover khurchan to knead the dough, or mix with the gravy side dish recipes. Here's an interesting sweet recipe to make out of Khurchan and khoya. Khurchan Mawa Burfi Recipe Made With Ghee Residual is a melt in mouth barfi that can be served ...

Uttarakhand Style Singhal Recipe

Singhal is a traditional festive recipe from Kumaon, Uttarakhand. It is a deep fried snack recipe which is very popular in that region. I happened to learn this from a friend of Kumaon. Made with semolina, yogurt and banana, Uttarakhand Style Singhal Recipe is mildly sweet fritter dish that is served with adrak chai or qahwa. If you like this recipe, explore more Indian tea time snack recipes like Kerala Style Vettu Cake Recipe Alu Vadi Or Patrode Recipe Goan Style Kulkuls Recipe Dal fara ...

Gujarati Style Adadiya Pak Recipe

Adadiya is famous winter special gujarati sweet. Traditionally Gujarati Style Adadiya Pak Recipe contains ingredients which helps to keep body warm in cold winter. Adadiya is prepared with urad dal roasted in ghee on slow flame along with healthy nuts and spices. Enjoy this healthy recipe during cold winters. Have a piece of Gujarati Style Adadiya Pak Recipe for breakfast with coffee or masala chai. (The recipe is slowly digested and heavy). Here are more Sweet recipes that you could also try Chettinad ...

Arbi Ke Meethe Chande Recipe

Arbi Ke Chande are truly a lip smacking sweet light chips prepared from Arbi (Colocasia root). This recipe is especially prepared during festivals like Navami, Janmashtami etc and is used as Prashad in my family since ages. I learnt this heirloom recipe through my grandma. Have Arbi Ke Chande recipe as an evening snack or as a munch during picnic, with healthy nankhatai or ribbon pakoda recipe. If you like his recipe, here are few more recipes to try Karjikai Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe Kalkandu ...

Nolen Chawal Bhog Recipe (Rice Pudding With Nolen Jaggery)

Nolen Chawal Bhog Recipe is a Rice Pudding With Nolen Jaggery. This is a signature dish of Makar Sankranti festival (South India) / Poush Parbon (West Bengal). During this period, nolen gur or date palm jaggery is a seasonal ingredient which is freshly available in winters. With just 3 ingredients, Nolen Chawal Bhog Recipe (Rice Pudding With Nolen Jaggery) tastes divine as a dessert delicacy.  If you like this recipe, try out the other recipes that can also be done with nolen gur - Bengali ...

Karnataka Style Utthatthi Payasa Recipe (Dry Dates Kheer)

Karnataka Style Utthatthi Payasa Recipe is the Dry Dates Kheer made with handy ingredients like jaggery, nuts, and dry dates. This recipe is an apt treat for the unexpected guests since it can be made in 40 minutes. This recipe can be prepared in the vegan style with thick coconut milk instead of milk. This payasa is also suited for diabetic people for a spoonful of indulgence as it doesn’t call for cups and cups of sugar. Prepare this Uttatthi Payasa and you will be lost in the delectable sweetness ...

Chettinad Kavuni Arisi Sweet Recipe (Black Rice Pudding)

Black Rice which is called Kavuni Arisi in tamil, is high in nutritional value and very good source of iron, vitamin E and antioxidants. The rice is hard, dark black in colour and turns purple when cooked. The Kavuni Arisi sweet is very famous in Chettinad region in Tamil Nadu. It is not only healthy but also very delicious. The rice needs to be soaked for long time as it is hard. Though it turns soft as cooked, we get the chewy chunks of rice while eating. Serve Chettinad Kavuni Arisi Sweet after ...

Murmura Jaggery Laddu/ Pori Urundai Recipe

Murmura Jaggery Laddu / Pori Urundai Recipe  (Puffed Rice Balls with Jaggery Recipe) Recipe is a crunchy and crispy delightful dessert made from puffed rice and roasted channa dal. These laddus are favorite among the Kids, so when you prepare them during the festival it will done in a couple of minutes. Serve the Murmura Jaggery Laddu / Pori Urundai Recipe  (Puffed Rice Balls with Jaggery Recipe) Recipe for any festival occasion as a Crunchy Snack or you can also have it as a ...

Kuzhal Payasam Recipe (Wheat Noodles Payasam)

Kuzhal Payasam is a old traditional recipe prepared during any festival especially for Vinayagar Chathurthi. This has become a forgotten recipe as I don’t see anyone preparing it often. I got this recipe from my grandmother who prepares this for us when we were young. There are many variations in preparing hand made noodles with wheat flour, rice flour or maida. I used wheat flour and cooked in jaggery syrup. This is not only delightful but also healthy. Serve Kuzhal Payasam as a dessert after ...

Rajasthani Ghevar Recipe

Ghevar is a Rajasthani easy dessert specially made on Festivals in rainy season like the Teej and Raksha Bandhan. The reason why ghevar recipe is made only during the rains is that a degree of moisture is necessary. It is a round plate-shaped sweet which is made with flour and sugar syrup and deep fried in oil. It is also known as Honeycomb dessert and is one of the best dessert recipes. Serve Rajasthani Ghevar Recipe during evening with Cinnamon Spiced Orange Iced Tea Recipe or more snacks. Here ...

Ganne Ke Ras Ki Kheer Recipe (Sugarcane Kheer Recipe)

Ganne Ke Ras Ki Kheer Recipe (Sugarcane Kheer Recipe) is a wonderful way to use sugarcane as a dessert. As winter is the season for sugarcane and many harvesting festivals coming up on the line, we have come up with a delicious and healthy dessert that uses broken wheat and the natural sugar from the Sugarcane to make the Dessert. Serve the Ganne Ke Ras Ki Kheer Recipe (Sugarcane Kheer Recipe) as a festival Dessert to enjoy with your loved ones.  If you are looking for more Kheer Recipe ...

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