Posts Tagged ‘Almond’


Almond and Cashew burfi – new recipe added

Sunday, October 19th, 2008

The recipe for Almond and Cashew Burfi is available now: Almond Cashew Burfi


Almond Cashew Burfi

Almond Walnut Cashew Burfi is a healthy, quality substitute for candy that your entire family will enjoy.


Almond Poli with Walnut Khoya Filling

Recipe submitted by Sangeetha Jagan This recipe makes 6 polis. Ingredients: For outer covering: 1/2 Cup All purpose flour 1/4 Cup Dry Ground almond powder pinch of Salt 3 Tbsp Oil 1 Tsp Ghee pinch of Lemon yellow food color (optional) 1/8 Cup Water For walnut khoya filling: 2 Cups Milk ( I used low […]



Almond Saffron Milk (Badam Milk)

Almond saffron milk is a festive drink; this can be served hot or cold. Milk with blend of nuts and flavored with saffron. Saffron gives a beautiful orange-yellow color and distinctive flavor and aroma.


Badam Burfi (Almond Candy)

Badam (almond) Burfi is a healthy substitute for candy but is rich in flavor. Almond burfi can be served as dessert or snack.


Chocolate Almond Candy

This is a quick, yummy homemade candy. This is a very simple recipe with few ingredients. These candies will be loved by kids and adults alike.



Contest 2010 December Winners

Friday, December 24th, 2010

I decided for this month to choose the top 2 winners rather than the voting. We’ll continue next month again with voting. The winners are below: The first place winner is Ayeesha Riaz (the sponge looks great!) and the 2nd place goes to Sangeetha Jagan for a healthy treat. I would like to very much […]


Contest December 2010

Sunday, December 5th, 2010

As the holiday season is going into full swing this month, I thought another dessert would be a good idea. For this month, the recipe can be any warm dessert that includes at least two of the follow nuts: walnuts, almonds, cashews, and pistachios. One of these however must be used as a main ingredient […]


Mohan Thal (Gram Flour Fudge)

Mohan Thal (Mohanthal) is like a gram flour fudge with a touch of cardamom flavor and topped with sliced almonds. Mohan Thal can be served as a dessert or served with a cup of chai tea. This fudge looking candy is irresistible.


Nan Khatai

Nan khatai is an egg-less light and crispy biscuit that’s perfect to serve with tea or coffee. Nan khatai make a great homemade gift for holidays. Your friends and relatives will love it.


Orange and Almond Sponge With Butterscotch sauce and Pistachio Praline

Recipe submitted by Ayeesha Riaz Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 20 to 25 minutes Makes 4 Ingredients: For the sponge: Plain flour- 60 g / 2 oz Butter- 50 g / 2 oz Brown Sugar- 60 g/ 2 oz Ground Almonds( without skin)- 40 g/ just less than 2 oz Grated zest of orange- […]