Different types of kesari recipes

Rava Kesari recipe, how to make rawa kesari

Rava Kesari recipe, how to make rawa kesari

This sweet will be little different from the ones you might have seen before. A very often made sweet in Indian homes, this rava kesari is pretty simple and tasty to make
Banana Rava Kesari

Banana Rava Kesari

Navratri is celebrated in various ways in different parts of India. Food is an important part of any celebration whether it is a festival or an event like birthday or anniversary
Pineapple Rava Kesari

Pineapple Rava Kesari

Also the kesari was not prepared in the usual way, they added cloves which gave a different taste. Pineapple Kesari/Kesari bath is a yummy halwa made of sooji and pineapple
Arusuvai Sappadu - Tamilnadu Special

Arusuvai Sappadu - Tamilnadu Special

As my grandparents are from different districts,(kongunadu,chettinadu,tiruvarur)the food will be in a mixed of all the districts
Anjeer Halwa Recipe, Dried Fig Halwa recipe

Anjeer Halwa Recipe, Dried Fig Halwa recipe

Are you kids one of those that love the dried fig or do you think ofdifferent ways to incorporate this nutrient dense and tasty dried figs, or otherwise known as Anjeer in Hindi and Urdu, into their diets

Varalakshmi Vratham-Pooja Procedure/Puja Vidhanam

Differenttypesof sweets/neivedyam are offered in front of the God. This pooja is performed for the well being of family members especially for the life of Husband & to get children,Wealth etc

Skylit RoofTop Restaurant At Citrus Hotel, Cunningham Road, Bengaluru - A Restaurant Review

The typesof salads were neither too much nor too less. Besides unlimited kebabs and grills, there was a decent buffet with Thai Noodle soup and some rare and unique gravy dishes like Ghost Khada Masala (non-veg), Kesari Paneer(veg), Subz Lababdar (veg), Dal Makhani (veg), Szechwan Noodles, Exotic vegetables in Peanut Sauce and Veg and chicken biryanis and some salads
Semiya Saggubiyyam Payasam

Semiya Saggubiyyam Payasam

Dussehra is celebrated in different ways across India, but the motive remains the same. “A very happy Dussehra“ to all of you