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Traditional Sweets and Easy to Make Sweets

Discussion in 'Krishnaammas Kitchen' started by krishnaamma, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. jaisapmm

    jaisapmm Silver IL'ite

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    What a fentastic Posting

    Now a days you are not posting any thing

    Why?

    be happy
     
  2. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Yes Jai,

    for the past 2 days I have not logged in. I am planning to visit India and busy with packing.
     
  3. jaisapmm

    jaisapmm Silver IL'ite

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    Hi Krishnnamma

    Welcome to India

    Have a nice day

    Regards
     
  4. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi Jai,

    thank you so much. :thankyou2: waiting to see Krish.:hiya
     
  5. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Easy Badam Burfi


    happy to see your feed back. good you prepared badam burfi.
    you are most welcome.
     
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    swathi14 IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Date Halwa

    Hai Krishnamma

    I am andal from Chennai new entrant of IL club.

    Y'day i browsed the net to prepare a nutritious sweet for my sister who is in family way. I just got your date halwa and it sounded new and easy to me.

    To be honest i am not at all for this halwa and burfi's as they are always letting me down. [​IMG]. But with your help i got this date halwa and it came out very well. Thanks for boosting my image.[​IMG] that i can prepare halwa also.

    Thank u so much.

     
  7. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Re: Date Halwa

    Hi Andal,
    sorry for the tooooooooooooomuch delay in replying.:hide: after a long time I am visiting this thread. good that you prepared date halwa. Keep trying. all the best :thumbsup yes you can do it.:)
     
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    Rava Kesari with Sugar

    Ingredients:


    Bombay Rawa -1 cup
    Sugar -2 cup
    Ghee - 1 1/2 cup
    Cashewnuts - 10 -12 cut them
    kismis- 1 table spoon
    Cardamom powder - 1/2 teaspoon
    Saffron strings 10 - 12
    1 sp milk

    Method:

    In a kadai put the rawa and dry fry well.

    In a thick bottomed vessel, put a tablel spoon of ghee and fry the cashew nuts and kismis.

    Add saffron strings in 1 sp milk and keep aside.

    Remove and keep it separately.

    Then add rawa and fry well.

    Add ghee little by little and stir continuously.

    Now add water in that.

    Allow rave to cook well.

    Now add sugar and again mix well and allow it to cook well.

    Add fried cashew nuts and cardamom powder.

    Add saffron water and mix well.

    Mix it well and your Kesari is ready to serve.

    Note:
    You can grind the sugar into a fine powder; this will reduce your cooking time.
     
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    Rava Kesari with Jaggery

    Ingredients:


    Bombay Rawa -1 cup
    Powdered Jaggery -2 1/2 cup
    Ghee - 1 1/2 cup
    Cashewnuts - 10 -12 cut them
    kismis- 1 table spoon
    Cardamom powder - 1/2 teaspoon
    Saffron strings 10 - 12
    1 sp milk

    Method:

    In a kadai put the rawa and dry fry well.

    In a thick bottomed vessel, put a tablel spoon of ghee and fry the cashew nuts and kismis.

    Add saffron strings in 1 sp milk and keep aside.

    In a thick vessel pour water and put powdered jaggery.

    Drain the durt and keep aside.

    Remove and keep it separately.

    Then add rawa and fry well.

    Add ghee little by little and stir continuously.

    Now add jaggery water in that.

    Allow rave to cook well.

    Now add sugar and again mix well and allow it to cook well.

    Add fried cashew nuts and cardamom powder.

    Add saffron water and mix well.

    Mix it well and your Kesari is ready to serve.

    Note: In olden days they use to prepare Jaggery Kesari.
     
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    Re: Carrot Halwa - Gajar ka Halwa

    Hi Krishnamma,

    I tried this one but the carrots finally were still raw.. I suppose we ll have to fry the carrots with butter / ghee before adding milk.. Am i right?

     
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