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Gajak Halwa

Gajar Halwa

AAAAHH?! You are here for the recipe, aren’t you? Well, you know what? you can have it away… here(link scrolls down to the recipe) Gajar ka halwa is also known as gajrela, gajorer halua, gajar pak, carrot halwa. Gajar ka halwa is a sweet pudding offered in Indian cuisine. Traditionally it is made from grated...

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Surti Ghari

Once upon a time, a few hundred years ago… relax, I will cut to the chase. In 1838, priest Nirmaladasji urged Devshankar Shukla to prepare Ghari. Devshanksr Shukla then prepared Ghari for Tatya Tope, who arranged to provide ghari to the freedom fighters and their soldiers on the battlefield. Ghari helped the men to build...

Sutar Feni Sweets

Suttar Feni

The Indian desserts have long been ignored. The Indian deserts or mithai as we like to call it, have long been ignored, we will talk about some underdogs and, some established and well-known Indian sweets. Don’t get me wrong this is not going to be a rant on how we have been sidelining our food...

Modak Sweet In Surat At Vijay Dairy


Before jumping into what this momo-shape dish is and how it’s made, let’s find out where it comes from and what is this hype of modak laddu all about. Well, you have to be living under a rock if you haven’t heard about this really cool deity called Ganesha. In case you haven’t, it’s not...

Ghee Motichur Laddu Plate

Motichur Laddu

I will tell you a funny story I heard as a kid. It goes like this. Two farmers were returning home from a long day of work. They have to cross a Kabristan on their way home, but they are not terrified of it because they do it every day. They usually returned before or...

Milk Cake Price At Vijay Dairy

Milk Cake

My mother loves Milk Cake Sweets! Milk Cake is a sweet milk fudge made with solidified cream milk, sugar, ghee, and some acidic agent like lemon juice. Milk cake is also called Alwar ka Mawa because it is basically a Mawa ( which means sweet dried milk) and it originated from Alwar, Rajasthan. In Alwar...

Introduce The Famous Vijay Dairy Jalebi


If you are not a Jalebi fan, we cannot be friends. Whether you eat it for breakfast of puri and aloo ki sabzi or as an evening snack of Samosa and chai, whether it’s just on its own or with curd, whether it’s hot, cold, or even daylong stale, it will still be the highlight...

Gajar Ka Halwa


It’s just another random evening, you suddenly smell the flour and almonds being roasted in ghee and in that moment you have a smile on your face. We all have one or the other type of Halwa on top of our comfort food, often accompanied by some good memories. The word ‘halwa’ comes from the...

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Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun is one of the most popular dishes in India. Whether it is a wedding, a party, or a luncheon, Gulab Jamun never fails to steal people’s hearts. The sweetness of Gulab Jamun is fondly experienced across the globe. Gulab Jamun is also known as rose berries or Indian fried doughnuts. You can have...

Ghewar Mithai Sweets


Growing up, Ghewar used to be one of my favourite sweet delicacies. My mother and grandmother often used to break their fast on Gangaur and Teej by eating Ghewar. Ghevar or Ghewar is a traditional sweet known to be a gift to be presented on auspicious occasions, is associated with the Teej Festival in Rajasthan...

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