Carrot burfi or gajar ki barfi is a popular Indian dessert made with carrots, milk and sugar. It is an ideal sweet dish especially during winters when red and juicy carrots are in season and available easily in the market. You can enjoy the goodness of carrots in the form of halwa or barfi. Carrot burfi is very similar to carrot halwa as the ingredients are the same for making both these sweet dishes. The only difference is that for barfi, a little more mawa or milk powder or condensed milk or heavy cream is used, so that the halwa is set and then can be cut into pieces.
Tri colour sandwich is a very delicious and yummy sandwich and an ideal breakfast dish or snack on a Republic day or Independence day. Kids love this colourful sandwich and butter and cheese added to it makes it all the more flavourful and tasty. O...
Lassi is a very refreshing yoghurt based drink and originates from Punjab. Yoghurt flavoured with spices is called as salted lassi and lassi which contains sugar is the sweet lassi. There are many varieties of lassi like mango lassi, strawberry lassi, salted lassi or sweet lassi. In this recipe, I have added fruits along with yoghurt to make fruits lassi. Fruit lassi is a very healthy drink made with a mix of fruits and keeps you full and satiated and can be had as a breakfast or evening drink.
Sabudana ladoo is an Indian sweet dish made from tapioca pearls, powdered sugar, dessicated coconut, ghee and nuts and is prepared especially during Navratri or fasting days or festival days. Sabudana is an important ingredient which can be used during fasting days. Coconut added to this dish gives a delicious taste to the ladoo. Do try this tasty ladoo during your vrat days or as a perfect dessert after a meal.