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Dissolve the yeast in warm water and let it sit for about five minutes.
Mix the flour, besan (gram flour), oil, and sugar together.
Add the yeast solution and mix well, making sure that there are no lumps and the batter is smooth.
Set... - 114.874
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Malpuas are rich, soft filigreed pancakes. The malpua batter can be sweetened with sugar or jaggery or the fried malpuas can be soaked in a saffron flavored syrup. - 48.1548
1. Sieve flour with salt and soda bicarbonate.
2. Add crushed cardamoms. Rub in fat and beaten curds.
3. Add cold water to make a soft dough.
4. Divide into equal sized balls.
5. Flatten each ball between the palms so as to have the centre thinner than the... - 45.6513
If you like Bihar you will love this Balushahi recipe. This recipe is just the way it is prepared in Bihari homes. It is an unique and traditional dessert. It is extensively used during rakshabandhan and diwali. Try this balushahi recipe and enjoy. - 45.1347
Sift together flour and baking powder.
Beat curds well; add water and pour in the flour mixture.
Combine sugar and water in a pan and place on fire.
Stir till sugar dissolves.
When it comes to a boil sprinkle milk to clarify the... - 42.3561
Sift together flour, salt and soda.
Rub in fat.
Add cardamom, curds and enough water to make a stiff dough.
Divide dough into 12 portions.
Make balls and flatten between two palms, so as to have the centre thinner than the edges.
Pierce a toothpick in the... - 41.6177
1. Mix the kova with maida and few drops of water. Make a smooth dough and divide
into small balls.
2. Mix kismis, cardamoms and cashews and ground to fine paste.
3. Soak each ball in red color, make a hole with your thumb in the middle and place
ground... - 41.1324
Gulab Jamun is the most popular Indian sweet. It is extensively used during Diwali ,and other festivals. It not only sweetens your mood but also brings good luck to you. It makes your celebration more delicious . Try and enjoy this Gulab Jamun recipe. - 40.9805
Sift the flour and salt into a bowl.
Dissolve the yeast in 2 teaspoons warm water.
Pour the saffron through a fine strainer.
Combine the saffron liquid with the yeast and yogurt.
Make a hollow in the centre of the flour, pour in the yeast mixture and beat... - 39.7762
For syrup: Bring water to a boil in a 2-quart saucepan. Add sugar. Reduce heat and simmer uncovered for 15 to 20 minutes until syrup has thickened. Stir in rose water and set aside.
Dough: Mix together vegetable oil, flour and milk powder. Stir baking soda... - 37.9722
Very tasty and easy dish... u should give it a try ;) I love it!
And this is my first experience of sharing recipe. Hope u like it! Need encouragement ;) - 34.3508
Jalebi is one of the most common sweets in India. It is loved both as an snack as well as dessert. Flatter your family by preparing this at home :) - 0
Delicious Indian pancake, relished particularly during Holi - 0
Instant Jalebi (with Out Yeast)
For The Syrup
1. Heat a deep pan on high heat and add sugar and water. Stir to mix till the sugar dissolves.
2. Bring it to boil and reduce the heat to medium and continue to cook till it reaches 1 thread consistency (when tested between thumb... - 0
A classic recipe from a by-gone era that continues to rock the charts! Replace sugar with jaggery in your daily diet wherever possible to get enough iron. - 0
China Grass Burfi Or Barfi - Milk Jello
1. Grease a baking dish with butter/ghee and set aside.
2. In a saucepan, combine china grass with water. Cook on medium to high heat for 3-6 minutes or until thickened, stirring constantly.
3. Gradually pour the cream, stir constantly... - 0
Gulab Jamun - Indian Dessert
Gulab Jamun is one of the sweet that you can prepare for almost any occasions. When you make gulab jamun you need to wait for at least 8 to 10 hours for all the syrup to get absorbed in jamuns. - 0
Rakhi Special Easy Indian Milk Cake (kalakand Indian Dessert)
Learn how to prepare this delicious Indian sweet called Kalakand or Indian Milk cake for your next special occasion. I love to prepare it during Rakhi (Raksha Bandhan) for my brother.
This dessert/Indian milk cake is so tasty. It's gooey, soft, melt in your... - 0
Kesar Badam Burfi - Saffron Flavored Almond Fudge
Kesar Badam Burfi is a melt in mouth kind of a dessert filled with the creaminess of the almonds and flavorful saffron. The fudge topped with saffron and nuts does add a little crunch and a sweet aroma to this dessert. This is perfect sweet to prepare at any... - 0
Gujia is a traditional sweet dish that is made in all North Indian household during festivals, it is an absolute must in Holi but is also prepared in other festivals. Its crispy on outside with a sweet and soft filling inside. - 0
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