Archives : Mar-2018

    Home / Recipe
5 March, 2018

Sweet Potato Halwa| Ratalyacha God Halwa

Sweet Potato Halwa| Ratalyacha God Halwa
Comments : 54 Posted in : Akshay Tritiya Festive Sweets Recipes, Bachelor Recipes, Dessert, Desserts, Fasting Foods, Festive Cooking, Halwa, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, Keasr/Saffron, Kid Friendly, Lists, Milkmaid, Nuts, Ocassions, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Sugar, Sweet Potato, Sweets on by : ArchanaPotdar
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Sweet Potato Halwa( Ratalyacha God Halwa) is delicious and quick dessert, serve it as a dessert or as a fasting recipe. This method of making halwa is different from the Kees or Ratalyacha sheera ( recipe coming)that I make regularly and I quite liked the taste of this Halwa the added advantage is it is faster.
Read more

 
19 November, 2017

Alle Belle| Goan Coconut and Palm Jaggery Pancakes

Alle Belle| Goan Coconut and Palm Jaggery Pancakes
Comments : 16 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Dessert, Goan, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
Tags: , , , , , , ,

Alle Belle is a delicious sweetened Goan Pancake stuffed with of course coconut and jaggery. The jaggery used is palm jaggery, dark and highly nutritious. This simple yet delicious dish is relished in Catholic families. Like most of the old favourites, this one is slowly disappearing. So I thought I will share it here. In
Read more

 
27 January, 2017

Celebrate Vasant Panchmi with Rava Kesari or Shira

Celebrate Vasant Panchmi with Rava Kesari or Shira
Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Brunch, Dessert, Fasting Foods, Festive Cooking, Indian Cuisine, Indian Desserts, Kid Friendly, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age on by : ArchanaPotdar
Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Vasant Panchami or Basant Panchami is a festival celebrated in with different traditions in different regions of India. “Vasant” literally means “spring” while “Panchami” means “fifth.” This festival is celebrated literally on the fifth day of spring or Magh Shukla in accordance with the Hindu traditional calendar. Although this festival was originally associated with Kamadeva
Read more

 
Please wait...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Want to be notified when a new recipe is published? Enter your email address and name below to be the first to know.