Gulab Jamun is one of the most loved sweet dishes. Usually Gulab jamun are prepared with mawa but at few places mawa is not easily available, so gulab jamun can be prepared with milk powder. Gulab jamun prepared with milk powder are as soft, tender and delicious as prepared with mawa.
Summer season is best known for mangoes. In this summer season, we’ll make lachedar Mango rabdi. The tantalizing taste of Mango mixed in milk lumps and lache will be liked by all for sure. This can be served in any occasion as a dessert.
Anarsa is a sweet dish prepared in numerous styles and shape on many festivals like Holi, Diwali and so on. It known as Adhirasam in Southern India and in Himachal, Uttrakhand it is known as Anarsa. Today, we are making anarsa or adhirasam with jaggery mixed with poppy seeds and sesame seeds.
All people are fond of hot jalebi. It is made from white flour and rice powder. But we find jalebi made from dry fruits in some of the towns of Madhya Pradesh. Jalebi made at home are even more tasty. Today we will prepare the jalebi made from maida.
Ghevar is a special sweet for the festival of Sawan and Rakhsha Bandhan. Being an Indian resident we can find Ghevar everywhere in the market during these festivals, but people who stay in foreign countries are not able to find it so easily. The good news is that you can easily make it at home and surprise your family members. So lets make Ghevar Sweet today at home.
Have you seen Ghevar getting made in any sweet shop? We require a special pan with good density to make Ghevar. It should be approximately 12 inch deep and 7-8 inch broad. The Ghevar is put into these pans filled with ghee and fried. But you need not worry about it, as it is possible to make Ghevar in any regular pan also.