Diwali sweets with ricotta cheese recipes

Ricotta cheese peda/sweet

Ricotta cheese peda/sweet

Made this peda/sweet  withricottacheese. with the fall colors over here and the constant fight between sun and wind I too enjoyed my weekend

Ricotta cheese Jamoon: The 500th recipe !

                Ready to serve ricottacheese jamoon garnished with pista. Empty the cheese can and transfer the contents to a broad bowl and put it on normal heat and stir it well with a wooden spatula till it turns like granules
Kalakhand Using Ricotta cheese

Kalakhand Using Ricotta cheese

         This is one of the sweet I made for Diwali, which is very rich in taste and easy to make. I personally prefer this dish withricottacheese than cottage cheese because of taste and texture
Low Fat Milk Cake/ Sweet for Diwali

Low Fat Milk Cake/ Sweet for Diwali

Its time for us to make sweets to celebrate. My daughter picked milk sweet or cake and so I had to come up with something apart from kalakand that I had already posted
Chocolate Peda using Ricotta Cheese

Chocolate Peda using Ricotta Cheese

After posting a very traditional Diwali treat yesterday, today I have a dessert that is a delicious variation to the more traditional peda/ milk fudge
Apple Kalakand ~ Apple-Cheese Fudge

Apple Kalakand ~ Apple-Cheese Fudge

Sending to Radhika's Diwali Special ~ Sweets & Savories. I have fond memories of enjoying Kalakand from the famous 'Pullareddy Sweets' as a child
Authentic Mava Gulab Jamun

Authentic Mava Gulab Jamun

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Malai Peda

Malai Peda

This recipe is definitely going to be on my Diwali cooking this year, and I thought I should share it here too
Quick Rose Kalakand

Quick Rose Kalakand

Kalakand, a famous Indian sweet that has milk as its main ingredient is made in Indian subcontinent during different festivals and celebrations such as Holi, Diwali, Navratri and Eid
Top 15 of 2015

Top 15 of 2015

Diwali is incomplete without Chakli, these cute little fried swirls made from rice flour and spices. If you have visited any of the Mumbai based Indo-Chinese restaurants, you would have seen these logs of paneer rolled in thin noodles, fried and served with a sweet and spicy sauce