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Suji/Rava/Semolina Laddu (सुजीको लड्डू)

Suji, also known as rava , semolina, or sooji, Ladoos are one of the tasty desserts made from semolina, nuts, and ghee. They are delicious and yet very easy to make with very few simple ingredients. It is also one of the dessert made in many households during Tihar (Diwali or Dipawali) in Nepal. Here is my [...]

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Wheat Flour Haluwa – गँहु को हलुवा ( Halwa)

What is Haluwa? Haluwa or Halwa (हलुवा ) is sweet dessert made with wheat flour and garnished with dry fruits. It is one of the easiest and simplest sweets to make. Haluwa is just perfect during winter time. People enjoy haluwa during winter time as very sumptuous breakfast or evening snack in Kathmandu. It is also [...]

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Kheer (खीर) Rice Pudding – A Pure Food

What is Kheer? Kheer(खीर) ,also known as Payasam, is rice pudding, which is a traditional dish in Nepal. Kheer being a favorite sweet dish, is an integral part of parties and ceremonies. It is also regarded as a pure food and hence it is used in religious celebrations and fastings. In Nepal, one of the popular [...]

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Puri पुरी (Deep Fried Crunchy Flat bread)

What is Puri? Puri (पुरी) is most commonly served at breakfast. It is also served at special or ceremonial functions as part of ceremonial rituals along with halawa, kheer offered in prayer as prasad. Ingredients: 2 cups of  Flour 1  cup of Water Ghee/Oil to deep fry Mix flour and water to make dough. Cover the [...]

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Swari स्वारी (Deep Fried thin soft Flat bread)

What is Swari? Swari is a deep fried flat bread made out of all purpose flour. In Kathmandu Nepal, swari accompanied with jeri (dish is called Jeri Swari) is considered a breakfast food and often served together. Ingredients: 2 cups of  Flour 1  cup of Water (Substitute water with milk to make swari extra soft) Ghee/Oil to deep fry Mix flour and [...]

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Milk Burfi (दुध बर्फी) – Nepali style Ricotta Fudge

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,  it is definite to generate [...]

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