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42. Dil khusal sweet at home recipe( rajasthani sweet).

Dil khusal sweet – A delicious delights are loaded with a number of Besan, Grated Mava, Cardamom Powder, Milk, Pure Desi Ghee, and Dry Fruits With Kesar etc., which enhance its taste. You may also like these Home made Sweets recipe:Chenna Jalebi, Gulab Jamun ,Gajor ka Halwa, Rosogolla recipe, Odisha chenna poda. This is a typical Rajasthani Mithai,

41. Mawa kachori sweet at home recipe(Rajasthani sweet).

Mawa Kachori is a popular Rajasthani Mithai where a crunchy sweet crust is filled with sweetened Khoya and lot of nuts. You may also like these Home made Sweets recipe:Chenna Jalebi, Gulab Jamun ,Gajor ka Halwa, Rosogolla recipe, Odisha chenna poda. Once the kachoris are filled with the delectable stuffing and then fried until they

40. Boondi laddu/ Boondi ladoo at home recipe.

Boondi Ladoo –is ball-shaped sweets popular in the Indian subcontinent. They are made of boondis, which is an Indian Rajasthani snack item made from sweetened, fried flour. You may also like these Home made Sweets recipe:Chenna Jalebi, Gulab Jamun ,Gajor ka Halwa, Rosogolla recipe, Odisha chenna poda. Boondi Laddu are Fried gram flour balls soaked in

39.Ghevar sweets at home recipe(rajasthani sweets).

Ghevar is a disc-shaped sweet cake made with maida (refined wheat flour) and soaked in sugar syrup. You may also like these Home made Sweets recipe:Chenna Jalebi, Gulab Jamun ,Gajor ka Halwa, Rosogolla recipe, Odisha chenna poda. Ghevar  is a Rajasthani cuisine sweet traditionally associated with the Teej Festival. Besides Rajasthan, it is also famous in the adjoining states of Haryana, Delhi, Gujarat,

38. Dharward peda/ Karnataka famous peda home recipe.

Dharwad peda -is an Indian sweet delicacy unique to the state of Karnataka, India. It derives its name from the city of Dharwad in Karnataka . You may also like these Home made Sweets recipe:Chenna Jalebi, Gulab Jamun ,Gajor ka Halwa, Rosogolla recipe, Odisha chenna poda. Dharwad peda was originally started by the Thakur family who had migrated from Unnao in Uttar Pradesh to Dharwad after plague broke out