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Milk Burfi (दुध बर्फी) – Nepali style Ricotta Fudge

Milk Burfi (दुध बर्फी) – Nepali style Ricotta Fudge
Comments : 3 Posted in : Desert, Nepali, Uncategorized on by : Sunita Dhungana

Originally published on: Dec 9, 2012 What is Milk Burfi (दुध बर्फी)?Milk burfi is one of the popular Milk sweets in Nepal. This sweet is offered to god during puja and can be eaten during religious fasting as well. If you have the right ingredients, it doesn’t take much effort to make this recipe and yet,
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Jeri Swari (जेरी स्वारी), from the streets of Kathmandu

Jeri Swari (जेरी स्वारी), from the streets of Kathmandu
Posted in : Desert on by : Sunita Dhungana

What is Jeri or Jilebi  (जेरी)? Jeri is made by deep-frying batter in circular shapes, which are then soaked in syrup. The sweets are served warm with fried flat bread called Swari. They have a somewhat chewy texture with crystallized sugary exterior coating. Jeri is best when eaten fresh – fry batter, soak in sugar syrup, and bite
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Halwai ko Mithai – Sweets

Halwai ko Mithai – Sweets
Posted in : Desert, Sweets on by : Sunita Dhungana

Mouthwatering authentic mithais (local sweets) from streets of Kathmandu Some of the popular sweets from mithai pasals are Jeri, Swari,Puri,Rasbari, Peda, Burfi, Laddoo, Lal Mohan, Lakhamari, Malpuwa, Halwa, Guwaramari etc. Sweets from mithai pasals are especially popular treats during festivals and weddings in Nepal. Traditional sweet making in Kathmandu Valley is a complex sociological matter
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