Shrikhand has been referred to as “Shikhrini” in the Sanskrit literature. According to Jashbhai B. Prajappati and Baboo M. Nair, it originated in ancient India, around 400 B.C.E. In Maharashtra, Mango Shrikhand is known as Amra-khand. Thin Shrikhand (Milk or Water added) is known as ‘Piyush’ in Maharashtra. Ingredients: 1 Ltr Full Fat Milk 1 tablespoon Curd 200 grams Sugar (to taste) 2 cup Mango Pulp (Pref. … Continue reading Mango Shrikhand
Golpapadi is one of the most revered sweets made by Gujarati families. This is a basic sweet yet very popular sweet. Gujaratis make Sukhadi also known as Golpapadi on auspicious occasions. This small square size sweet will find its way in the food baggage of most Gujarat travellers. Sukhadi is offered as Prasad (Offering to the God) in one of the famous Temples in Mahudi … Continue reading How to Make Golpapdi – Sukhadi?
Unbeatable, irresistible and one of the most popular Bengali sweets is Rasgulla. According to historians of Odisha, the Rasgulla originated in Puri as Khira Mohana which later evolved into the Pahala Rasgulla. It has been traditionally offered as bhog to goddess Lakshmi at Jagannath Temple, Puri The Jagannath Temple scholars such as Laxmidhar Pujapanda and researchers like Jagabandhu Padhi state that the tradition has existed … Continue reading Recipe of the Most Famous Bengali Sweet – Rasgulla