Prasad recipes

Karah Prasad/ Wheat Flour Halwa

Karah Prasad/ Wheat Flour Halwa

Karah Prasad is served in Gurudwara as prasad for devotees. Karah Prasad/ Wheat Flour Halwa. It is made with whole wheat flour/atta, ghee and sugar
Prosody of Prasad

Prosody of Prasad

As a child, watching very religious matriarchs in the neighbourhood go all meek and pious while partaking prasad, I squirmed at Aai’s gumption to discreetly avoid eating or not let us eat random kumkum smudged parcels of prasad from some mysterious ‘urs’ festival or ‘jatra’
Suji halwa / semolina halwa / halwa Prasad

Suji halwa / semolina halwa / halwa Prasad

during 8th or 9th day of navratri festival, this sooji halwa is made along with dry kala chana and pooris for kanjak pooja and called ' Ma ka Prasad'
Atte ka halwa/ kada Prasad / wheat flour halwa

Atte ka halwa/ kada Prasad / wheat flour halwa

Atte ka halwa or kada Prasad. Atte ka Halwa or Kada Prasad is popular North Indian halwa recipe, in Gurudwara aate ka halwa is distributed as naivedyam/prasad and known as Kada Prasad
Aloo ka halwa | Potato fudge | Prasad

Aloo ka halwa | Potato fudge | Prasad

Coming back to posts, one more addition in halwa or Prasad series i. only three main ingredients make this halwa perfect for Prasad or nevedyam since we are not using any sort of flour in it you can count it in gluten free recipe also
Sweet Banana Dish (or a kind of Pooja Offering ?)

Sweet Banana Dish (or a kind of Pooja Offering ?)

This sweet can be a prasad for any pooja and can be prepared in no time. Banana is available round the year and I wonder if this might be one reason why it is a preferred offering to the almighty – no Pooja would be held up due to unavailability of the banana – so pragmatic of our ancestors, if I may say