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Sanjeev Desserts

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Desserts (Sweetmeat) \u2013 Contents
Item
Description
Kopra Pak
A mouth-watering sweet made of coconut cooked with milk and sugar.
Badam Pak
An Indian mithia made of ground almonds, sugar, mava etc.
Sirni
Diamond shaped savouries made of refined flour and soaked in sugar syrup.
Sweet Rice
A sweet delicacy made of rice cooked with dry fruits, cloves, cinnamon and sugar.
White Pumpkin
Halwa
Delicious dessert made of grated pumpkin cooked in cream & sugar.
Bebinca
A famous Goan baked sweet made of eggs & flour.
Sheer Korma
A sweet moghul delicacy made of thickened milk, sevai & dry fruits.
Chanar Payesh
A sweet delicacy made of paneer & milk - a variation of the famous kheer.
Matar Ki Kheer
A rare sweet dish made of boiled green peas, sugar, cardamoms etc.
Water-Chestnut
flour halwa
A typical Kashmiri sweet dish made of water-chestnut flour & almonds.
Melting Moments
Chocolates
Delicious assorted chocolates. Truely melting moments.
Vermicelli Halwa
An unusual but delicious halwa made of vermicelli.
Gujiya
Flour coating stuffed with a filling of khoya, desicated coconut, nuts, raisins etc & deep
fried.
Moodak
A sweet made of steam rice flour stuffed with coconut filling, usually prepared during
Ganesh Chaturthi.
Corn Rabdi
Delicious dessert made of corn, sugar & milk.
Besan Burfi
A gram flour delicacy decorated with nuts & silver varakh.
Notun Gurer PayeshA different type of kheer made of basmati rice, milk & palm molasses.
Bhapa Doi
A type of steamed curd dish that is eaten as a sweet dish.
Narkoler Naru
Ladoos made of a coconut & molasses mixture.
Rashobora
Deep fried lentil balls in sugar syrup.
Rava Ladoo
A typical Maharashtrian sweet made of rava and sugar.
Boondi Laddoo
A sweet delicacy made or gram flour.
Almond Katli
A variation of the famous kaju katli.
Kalakand
A typical Indian Sweet made of milk and garnished with nuts.
Phirni
A milk and rice preparation - a sweet delicacy.
Amras
A seasonal mango dessert for all occasions.
Amarkhand
A curd and paneer preparation with a mango flavour, a type of shrikhand.
Mango Burfi
An Indian burfi made of mango, khoya & sugar.
Rabri Falooda
Sweetened Falooda topped with a helping of Rabri and crushed ice.
Badam Ki Barfi
Delicious sweet made of almonds.
Sohan Halwa
Simple sweet made of sugar and a variety of nuts and can be stored for months.
Rosogulla
The most popular Bengali sweet of chenna balls dipped in sugar syrup.
Chum Chum
A very famous, mouth-watering Bengali sweet, made of oval shaped rosogullas.
Malai Sandwich
A rich combination of a layer of cream in between square shaped rosogullas.
Kaju Katli
One of the most popular North Indian sweet made of cashewnuts and decorated with silver
varakh.
Mysore Pak
A famous sweetmeat of South India.Also known as gramflour barfi.
Dodol
A typical Goan dessert made during Christmas consisting mainly coconut and jaggery.
Shahi Tukde
A rich Nawabi delicacy !
Shrikhand
A simple yoghurt dessert made rich with saffron and cardomom. Usually served with puris.
Mishti Doi /
Sweet curd
The famous misti doi or sweet curd is a Bengal delicacy all over the world. It is milk-based
and is light & easily digestible.
Malpua
Fried pancakes made of flour and milk and dipped in sugar syrup.
Sandesh
The famous Bengali Sandesh made healthier using skimmed milk.
Dal Halwa
An unusual sweet dish of lentils (moong dal) sweetened with milk and sugar.
Rabri
A favorite Indian sweet dish thick sweetened milk garnish with almond and pistachios.
Rice Kheer
A traditional Indian sweet dish of rice boiled in sweetened milk. Also known as Payasam.
Balushahi
These popular north Indian savouries are prepared using a specific technique of deep-
frying and cooling.
Puran Poli
These stuffed sweet pancakes are very popular with the Gujaratis and Maharashtrians of
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Item
Description
India.
Karanji
Stuffed with coconut and dry fruits, these half moon shaped savouries are a Maharashtrian
favourite.
Sheera
A simple milk and semolina preparation.
Besan ke Ladoo
A rich North Indian preparation of pure ghee and gram flour rolled in dry fruits.
Khajoor ki Kheer
Chef Kapoor's variation of Kheer - prepared with Dates and garnished with pistachios.
Ras Malai
Snowy floats in sweetened milk.
Gulab Jamun
Deep plum coloured dumplings of dried milk and refined flour soaked in sugar syrup.
Jalebi
Golden spirals soaked in sugar syrup.
Gajar ka Halwa
Carrot and milk pudding with a touch of green cardamom.
Basoondi
Sweet thickened milk - a Maharashtrian favourite.
Coconut Barfi
Square shaped dessicated coconut preparation.
Til ka Ladoo
Small balls of sesame seeds and jaggery.
Sevai Payasam
Fried vermicelli in sweetened milk. Also known as "Kheer".
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Coconut, grated
2 cups
Milk, hot
2 cups
Cardamom powder
2 tsps.
Ghee
2 tbsps.
Sugar
1\u00bd cup
Method:

1.Heat a pan, add the grated coconut and hot milk.
2.Keep stirring till all the milk has evaporated.
3.Then add the sugar, stir at regular intervals and when the mixtures starts sticking to the pan, add the ghee.
4.Stir again, then add the cardamom powder and empty this into a flat thali.
5.Cool, cut and serve.

Rose water
2 cups
Sugar
500 gms.
Mava
500 gms.
Almond, blanched, fried & ground
500 gms.
Cardamom powder
1 tbsp.
Nutmeg, grated
1 no.
Vegetable ghee
1\u00bd cup
Pure ghee
1\u00bd cup
Method:

1.Boil the sugar with rose water till the sugar dissolves totally.
2.When the sugar syrup becomes little thick add the pure ghee and cook for 2-3 minutes.
3.Gradually, add the mava to this syrup, followed by the almond powder, vegetable ghee and keep stirring
continuously till the mixture leaves the sides.
4.Remove from the heat and mix the cardamom and nutmeg powders.
5.Mix well and then spread it on a flat board and cut into squares.
6.Cool and store in air-tight containers.

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