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Papaya Halwa

Among Indian desserts, halwa or pudding is part of every buffet table. If you think of a dessert that you’ve never tried before, papaya halwa is the one. It is also one of the several Indian dessert recipes which is very nutritious. Papaya contains a proteolytic enzyme called papain which aides in digestion. This is a very good source of anti-oxidant nutrients like beta-carotene, vitamins A, B and C. These anti-oxidants help prevent the oxidation of cholesterol. Minerals like calcium, chlorine, iron, potassium, phosphorous, sodium and silicon are available in little amounts in papaya.

Murgh Musallam

Murg Musallam is a typical North-west Indian chicken or murg recipe which is a favorite among all non-veg lovers. An easy recipe of preparing lip smacking murg masallam which can be relished with roti or naan.

Palathalikalu

Pala thalikalu aka pammulu payasam is a milk pudding with rice dough strings shaped in small snake like shapes hence the name!

Pappulo Undrallu (Rice Balls in Sweet Dal)

UNDRALLU A SPECIAL SWEET WE MAKE FOR VINAYAKA CHAVITHI(GANESH CHATHURTHI) FESTIVAL.UNDRALLU IS MADE BY RICE FLOUR AND ALSO WE MAKE SWEET AND SAVORY.

Pumpkin Oats

Pumpkin Oats

Mango Rava Kesari

In mango rava kesari, rava is sooji and kesari is saffron. Mango rava kesari is sweetened and flavored cooked rawa which looks moist. Rava is cooked in water till soft and sweeteend with sugar. Later it is flavored with mango pulp and garnished with fried nuts.

Puffed Lotus Seeds Kheer – Makhane Ki Kheer

Makhane ki kheer is one of the popular recipes in the state of Bihar. Lotus seeds are fried in ghee and crushed a little. Milk is boiled for sometime and crushed makhana is added along with preferred flavorings and sliced dried nuts. Saffron gives the kheer a distinct flavor and color.

Gulab Sharbat (Rose Sharbat)

Rose water has this oozing effect on a hot/warm day. Gulab (rose) sharbat has been enjoyed by Indians since centuries.

Coconut Milk Pulav

For coconut milk, coconut is ground into smooth paste with water. It is then squeezed to extract all the milk. This milk is used to cook the rice. Oil is tempered with whole garam masala. Then mixed vegetables are briefly fried along with rice. Finally coconut milk is added to the rice and cooked on medium heat till done.

7 Cups Sweet

This sweet is called 7 cups because there is a 7 cup measure that is followed to prepare this recipe. All the 7 cups of ingredients are placed in a pan and cooked till it forms a thick gooey mixture. The mixture is then transferred to a greased dish and cut into blocks once cooled to room temperature.

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