Posted on October 31st, 2019
Here’s an easy recipe to make a healthier version of making a popular Indian healthy snack Dhokla. All the dhokla fans will enjoy eating this different version.
Protein laddu is a very tasty and healthy protein packed snacks made with roasted peanuts, almonds, cashews, sesame seeds, and dates. Since there is no added sugar to prepare laddu, even diabetic patients can have and satisfy their sweet carving.
Moong dal halwa is a classic Rajasthan dessert mostly prepared in the winter months and it helps in keeping the body warm to protect against the bitter cold. Soft in texture, golden in color, this moong dal delicacy is a delicious delight that’s prepared with lot’s of fun and a little patience!
Banana – date smoothie is a healthy alternative that helps to curb sweet tooth! Sweetened naturally with dates, this smoothie is going to be your new favorite dessert or a healthy breakfast option. Use of ice and frozen bananas helps in preserving the flavor of this smoothie.
Every festival has handful of special platters to spread during the celebration and Ganesh Utsav is a festival to honour Lord Ganesha and it is celebrated with Ganesha’s favourite items like Modak and Laddu with many other sweets and desserts. here is a little baked version recipe for you
“Basundi” – a traditional Gujarati and Maharashtrian (western Indian) sweet dish and is prepared by thick and creamy milk or rabdi and garnished with almonds and pistachio nuts. Orange basundi is one beautiful and classic dish which will impress you at once.
Phirni is a delicacy from the state of Punjab and is made with grounded rice and thickened milk. Kesar (saffron) is one such ingredient, which makes the dish more aromatic as well as tasty. Kesar Phirni is a simple dish, which can be prepared by following a few easy steps.