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Zarda Rice | Sweet Rice | Meetha Chawal

Zarda Rice | Sweet Rice | Meetha Chawal

Zarda Rice commonly known as Indian sweet rice/Meetha Chawal/Zarda Pulao/rice pudding is a traditional sweet from the Indian subcontinent. It is traditionally made by boiling rice (use Basmati rice for rich flavour) with milk, sugar, ghee, dry fruits, food colour (generally orange for colourful look), and an assortment of Indian spices like green cardamom, cloves. In Pakistan and Bangladesh also they prepare this sweet rice. Often many different colours are added to make it colourful. I made this special sweet…

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Instant Malpua Recipe with Condensed Milk

Instant Malpua Recipe with Condensed Milk

Instant Malpua is basically an Indian sweet pancake especially made during Holi Festival. This Malpua is deep fried sweet, flavoured with crushed fennel seeds and usually served with Rabri. There are so many variations in preparing this Malpua but today I am sharing an easy and quick Malpua recipe with condensed milk. Step by step of making Instant Malpua Recipe   Ingredients: Maida/all-purpose flour-1cup Condensed milk-5tbsp Warm milk-1 cup Semolina/Rava-2tbsp Crushed fennel seeds-1tsp Cardamom powder-1/2tsp Salt a pinch Sugar-1cup Water-1/2cup…

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Pukhlein Recipe | Meghalaya Special Rice Jaggery Bread

Pukhlein Recipe | Meghalaya Special Rice Jaggery Bread

Pukhlein is a deep-fried snack from Meghalaya. Do you know this snack is made with just only 2 ingredients? I think by now you will be surprised. The 2 ingredients are nothing but rice flour and jaggery. This month in our Shhhhh Cooking Secretly Challenge is about Meghalaya Cuisine. With my last month post, you will be aware that in this FB group, where every month they choose one state and where you will be paired with another blogger. Then…

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Atukulu Kesari |Atukulu Halwa for Diwali

Atukulu Kesari |Atukulu Halwa for Diwali

Atukulu Kesari is a different Kesari from the regular Rava Kesari. Here I roasted the poha and made into coarse powder and then prepared this halwa. This recipe is adapted from Blend with spices by Hari Chandana¬†   Ingredients: Atukulu/poha/Flattened rice- 1/2 cup Ghee- 5 tbsp Cashew nuts -2tbsp Raisins-1tbsp Cardamom powder-1/2tsp Sugar-1/2cup Food colour/ saffron mixed in milk     Preparation: Heat a pan and roast the poha for 3-4 minutes Allow it to cool and grind into a…

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