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Sandesh (Bengali: সন্দেশ | Hindi: सन्देश | Telugu: సందేష్)


Sandesh (Bengali: সন্দেশ | Hindi: सन्देश | Telugu: సందేష్) is a simple yet authentic Bengali sweet that is prepared fresh with paneer. It is very nutritious and delicious, now a days we see lot of Bengali sweets section in any sweet shop. As many of Bengali sweets seems laborious, this is very simple to make. […]

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Microwave Pedas (माइक्रोवेव के पेड़ा)


Microwave Pedas (माइक्रोवेव के पेड़ा) are traditional Indian sweets, simple, delicious and very tasty. This is a very quick microwave recipe with authentic touch and flavor. It takes only 15 minutes to make this delicious peda. Regional Dish: All over India Cuisine Style: India | Preparation Time: 15 minutes | Take it as such | […]

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Qubani Ka Meetha (कुबानी का मीठा)

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Qubani Ka Meetha (कुबानी का मीठा) Qubani ka Meetha is a very popular dessert in Hyderabadi cuisine. It is a common feature at Hyderabadi weddings. It is made with dried apricots and sugar , fat free and served with cream or ice cream or custard. Regional Dish:  Andhra Pradesh Cuisine Style:  Andhra Pradesh| Cooking Time […]

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Kala Jamun (काला जामुन, কালোজাম,કાળને જામુન.)


Kala Jamun (काला जामुन,কালোজাম, કાળને જામુન.) Kala Jamuns are dark colored, almost black cheese balls which are deep fried and soaked in sugar syrup. Literally kala means “Black” in Hindi and Jamun means as “Indian fruit” that is like date shape. There are different ways to make these. One is using koya and paneer. The […]

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Gulab jamun (ഗുലബ്ജമുന്‍, గులాబ్ జామున్, गुलाब जामुन, குலாப் ஜாமுன்)


Gulab jamun (ഗുലബ്ജമുന്‍, గులాబ్ జామున్, गुलाब जामुन, குலாப் ஜாமுன்) is a popular Indian dessert . The term gulab jamun comes from Persian, gulab, “rose” referring to the rosewater-scented syrup, and Hindustani jamun. Gulab jamuns are an Indian version of donuts immersed in the warm sweet syrup. Served as a dessert, this is a staple in most parts […]

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Paala Kova (పాల కోవా, டூத் கோவை, दूध पेडा)


Paala Kova (పాల కోవా, டூத் கோவை, दूध पेडा)  also called  Doodh Peda. Palakova is a wonderful and a traditional rich sweet which is made up of milk , sugar and ghee. It is a very popular recipe in South India. Regional Dish : Andhra; Tamil Nadu; Karnataka; Kerala; South India and North India. Cuisine Style […]

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