Basundi with khoya recipes

Sitaphal Basundi/Custard Apple Basundi

Sitaphal Basundi/Custard Apple Basundi

As Sitaphal is seasonal and available in abundance I made basundiwith it and it tasted so divine. The streets of Mumbai are glittering with lightings and everyone seem to be happy in this festive mood
Basundi - Low Fat

Basundi - Low Fat

So reckon the holiday season withBasundi. I felt it is slightly guilt free with it being low fat but keep the portion size under control and enjoy
Basundi

Basundi

ones that can be prepared in advance without having my guests to see the crime. ** If khoya is not available, you can skip it
The sublime and the subliminal

The sublime and the subliminal

That left Dasara and Gudi Padva a bit of latitude with a choice of shrikhand/basundi/ sudha ras/aamras/with the usual palaver of pooris in tow
30 Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes | Maharashtrian Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes

30 Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes | Maharashtrian Ganesh Chaturthi Recipes

It has sweet coconut stuffing with crispy crust. Also served with cooked rice. 2) Fried Modak – it is deep fried or shallow fried modak recipe with sweet, chewy coconut stuffing and very crispy outside covering. Stuffing is made from coconut and jaggery 5) Mawa modak – It is made from khoya or mawa and stuffed with figs, dry coconut and nuts. 6) Coconut ladoo withkhoya – Easy ladoo recipe made with desiccated coconut, mawa (milk solids) and powdered sugar. 9) (coming soon) Besan ladoo – easy ladoo recipe made from gram flour, powdered sugar and ghee10) Coconut ladoo with condensed milk – quick and easy ladoo made with only 4 ingredients (fresh coconut, condensed milk, cardamom powder and nuts). 12) Banana sheera – similar to the sooji halwa but with the addition of bananas. 15) Basundi – Sweetened and thickened milk with chopped nuts, flavored with cardamom and saffron. 16) Shrikhand – made with thick plain yogurt and sugar, flavored with saffron, cardamom and garnished with nuts17) shankarpali – sweet, crispy yet melt in your mouth textured, deep fried, whole wheat flour biscuits. 18) batatayachi bhaji – dry potato subzi made with boiled, cubed potatoes with very minimal spices19) poori recipe – The popular Indian deep fried and puffed bread made from whole wheat flour, salt and water. 20) varan bhaat (maharashtrian style) – Healthy, delicious dal recipe made from toor dal and served with cooked rice. 21) varan bhaat (goan style) – simple dal made with toor dal and coconut. 22) moong dal khichdi – made with moong dal and rice with very minimal whole spices. 23) poori bhaji recipe – dry potato sabzi served with puffed pooris. 24) amti recipe – flavorful dal recipe made from toor dal with touch of sourness and flavored with goda masala25) matki usal – made from sprouted moth beans, boiled potatoes and flavored with goda masala. 26) katachi amti – This is thin soup like made from strained water after boiling the dal and served with puran poli. 27) sabudana khichdi – made by sauteeing the soaked tapioca pearls with crushed peanuts and boiled potatoes. 29) Batata poha – quick breakfast dish made from flattened rice with potato
576. Mohanthal

576. Mohanthal

I would have opted for easier traditional sweets like shiro(sooji halwa), lapsi, shrikhand, basundi, but I've already posted those