Showing posts with label Sweets and Savouries. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sweets and Savouries. Show all posts

August 08, 2015

Beetroot Halwa - Easy Indian Sweets

 Hi Everyone,

I am posting this recipe after a long time.  Thanks for the continuous support from all the viewers of  TamilsKitchen. And coming to the recipe , its a colourful looking yummy sweet made with a nutritious ingredient beetroot.  Give it at try and share the outcome.


September 24, 2013

Rava Kesari / Semolina Kesari

Rava Kesari is one of the popular Indian sweet which we make for most of the festivals . Not only for festivals I will make whenever I crave for something sweet and moreover I am a diehard fan of this semolina kesari . This is one of the easiest sweet preparation . Hubby got a pineapple last week so I tried this yummy kesari with pineapple and it was really a big hit  . I recommend  you to make this recipe with ripe pineapples that will add some more sweetness to the kesari . Be generous in adding ghee that will make the kesari melt in your mouth , the more the ghee added will make the kesari more tastier. Lets go to the recipe…

June 03, 2013

கோதுமை அப்பம் / Wheat Flour Dumplings

This is a quick evening snack item for hungry kids , which I learnt from my grandma. My grandma likes sweet items ,so she makes quite often some or the other. This is one of those that I like very much. She is a wonderful cook and  a complete vegetarian , when I was young some times I longed why grandma is not preparing non-veg as I loved non-veg items. Now she is living in our memories and we miss her a lot. 
And hubby dear likes sweets much , so I prepare this often for him yet this time only I managed to take photos as it will vanish in minutes . This appam is crispy outside and spongy inside .Try it and I am sure you love every bite of this sweet. The oil should not be smoky or the appam will get burned easily as we are adding sugar. So take care while frying , better to keep the flame in medium and fry till golden brown . Now lets see the preparation…

February 01, 2013

பால் கொழுக்கட்டை / Rice Dumplings in Sweet Coconut Sauce

Hi Friends,
Happy to blog after a long break. For the month of February I am hosting the SNC challenge on behalf of Southern Team. Everyone is aware of this wonderful event running by Divya Pramil of You too can cook Indian Food  . If not please click the link here to join.I thank her for giving me this opportunity.  This time I am challenging the Northern team with a South Indian delicacy Paal Kolukattai .
And coming to the recipe this is one of my hubby’s favourite sweet.I learnt this from my grandma.My grandma will usually soak the rice for 2 hours and grind it without adding much water using a grinder.Then she will cover the thickly grounded dough with a cotton towel to absorb excess water .Then she will spread a dhoti and we all including my brothers will sit around and  roll them as tiny balls , sometimes playing with the dough as we were small those days. Usually she will make a lot to share with relatives . Thinking of those days really makes me happy .I know this is a long process but the result really worth . Here I used rice flour to make the process easy. The only thing is you should never leave the stove unnoticed while making it as it will easily get burned.  And am sure you will all enjoy this yummy kolukattai. Lets see the preparation….

November 13, 2012

Gulab Jamun / Diwali Sweets

    Hi Friends,

    The celebration of Diwali is one of  best and cheerful moment. Hope everyone are enjoying this brightest day with sweets and snacks   with your  family and friends.I am wishing you a happy and joyful year ahead.May this Diwali brings light of wealth and health  To you and your family.

                                                   HAPPY DEEPAVALI

    And coming to the recipe this week I made this yummy  Gulab Jamuns .This is my first attempt with milk powder  and to my surprise it came out very perfect.Before I used to make  jamuns with store bought packs.But to be frank I never got a satisfying result.But  this time I am so happy to see this home made soft Gulab Jamuns .It turned out so soft within 15 mins when I immersed them in the syrup.Try this and let me know your thoughts.

    I prepared this for SNC – 2. Click here to know more about the SNC. Pallavi from Northern team challenged Gulab Jamun for this months challenge .As I am Southern team I made Jamuns.Thanks to Pallavi for sharing this yummy recipe.


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