Traditional Indian Recipes

ELA ADA – KERALA SNACK RECIPE – TRADITIONAL RECIPE

Ela Ada is a traditional Kerala snack recipe which is served either as breakfast or evening snack. Ela Ada is steamed rice dumplings using rice flour, jaggery and coconut mixture covered with a banana leaf which gives a special aroma. Ela Ada is a healthy snack for kids. It ... read more

ATTE KI PINNI – PUNJABI RECIPE – BAISAKHI RECIPE

Atte Ki Pinni is a popular traditional sweet recipe of Punjab. Atte Ki Pinni is prepared using wheat flour, ghee, sugar, milk and dry fruits. It is a healthy and tasty sweet. It is also prepared during Baisakhi. Ingredients: Atta (wheat flour)                           1 cup Ghee                                                     1 cup Sugar powder                                    ... read more

KOAT PITHA RECIPE – TRADITIONAL DISH OF ASSAM – BIHU RECIPE

Koat Pitha is a traditional dish of Assam. It is also prepared during Bihu. Koat Pitha is deep fried fritters with rice flour, jaggery and banana. It is very flavorful with a crispy outer and soft inner. Let’s go thru the yummy Koat Pitha Recipe: Ingredients: Rice flour                             1 ... read more

MALAI BURFI – MILK CREAM BURFI

Malai Burfi (Milk Cream Burfi) is a simple and quick delicious sweet recipe which is prepared using malai (milk cream), sugar, cardamom powder and red food color. Let’s go thru the process of preparing MALAI BURFI: Ingredients: Malai (Milk Cream)                         1 cup Sugar                                                     1 cup Cardamom powder                         1 ... read more

MAKAI KA HALWA – HEALTHY SWEET CORN HALWA- FESTIVAL RECIPE

Makai Ka Halwa or Corn Halwa can be prepared with natural corn variety or sweet corn variety. In this post I have used sweet corn variety. Makai Ka Halwa is prepared using sweet corn, sugar, milk, ghee, grated coconut and cardamom powder. It is a healthy traditional recipe from Gujarat and ... read more

KALAKAND – TRADITIONAL DESSERT – FESTIVAL RECIPE

Kalakand is a traditional dessert of India. Made with whole milk and sugar. It is soft and grainy in texture. Kalakand is usually prepared during festivals like Holi, Diwali, Navratri and Eid. Ingredients: Milk                              2 liters lemon juice                 1 table spoon Sugar                            1/2 cup Almonds ... read more