Ghevar is a Rajasthani cuisine also popular among Haryana, Delhi, Gujarat, western Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, etc. This sweet is traditionally prepared Teej and Raksha Bandhan Festival. This mesh type disk-shaped cake soaked in sugar syrup covered with freshly prepared cream is awesome in taste.
Rasgulla is the king of sweets. It is a signature dish of Bengali Cuisine. We prepare it from soft Indian cottage cheese that we call Chena. These white spongy Chena dumplings dipped in sugar syrup are just awesome in taste. As it is the king of Bengali sweets, thus you need to take special care … Read more
Sweet Boondi is sugar syrup-filled, small balls of gram flour. It is easy to prepare recipe with just 2 basic ingredients – the gram flour and sugar. You will get these Sweet Boondi in almost every tea stall, small restaurants, and sweets shop. As it a quick and easy recipe thus you can also prepare … Read more
Gond Ke Laddu is a nutritious yet delicious sweet ball. We specially prepare it in winter or for nursing mothers. Edible gum – Gond in Hindi is its main ingredient thus we call it Gond Ke Laddu. We get this edible gum from plants. This recipe is also rich in dry fruits, whole wheat flour, … Read more
What is Boondi Ladoo Ladoo is the most famous sweet in India. Boondi Ladoo is also the most popular dessert, that we distribute for thanksgiving. I get this sweet in every Republic Day and Independence Day. In every marriage and birthday celebration, and in almost every auspicious day. This is also the most popular sweet … Read more
The biggest celebration for Bengalis is Durga Puja. This celebration continues till Deepawali when Bengalis celebrate their Kali Pujo. This festive season doesn’t end here. When the winter starts and the temperature starts dropping Norel Gur starts knocking the door. This date palm jaggery is an intrinsic part of Bengali culture. With winters the marriage … Read more