Within the past decade, the 'momo culture' has exploded the Indianculinary scene, and today, this humble dish has graduated and is been served in most restaurants and five star hotels, in the form of its chic and elegant distant cousin 'Dim sum'
Traditional Besan LaddusIngredients. 4 cups besan2 to 2 ½ cups pure ghee3 cups sugar power (Pithi sakhar)1/4 cup milk1 tspn cardamom powerRaisins and cashews for garnishingPreparation. Mix besan and pure ghee in a vesselHeat it over low flameRoast it for at least 45 min to 1 hour till you get aroma in some other room. After roasting, add milk to the mixtureStir the mixture and put off the flameAllow the mixture to cool for 2-3 hoursAdd cardamom powder to the mixtureLastly, add sugar powder to the mixtureMake small balls of the mixtureAffix cashew and raisin to it. Sending this entry to Cooking 4 all Seasons Indian Thali Mela. 45 min t
Diwali is a fun time except, the noise and pollution inIndia seems to be getting worse every year. This time I made two types of mithai (sweets) and a simple diwali meal, consisting of masoor dal, urad and peas poori and to go along with that potato and peas vegetable
You can download this eBook HERE and enjoy this Diwali. Indusladies has compiled an eBook for this Diwaliconsisting of "100 Yummy Sweets & Desserts recipes", I am glad to inform y'all that my Rabri Malpuva is featured on 181th page of this book