Author: Satarupa BanerjeePublisher: RupaYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 75ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788129111234
India is a Land of tradition, of festivals celebrated with pomp and gaiety, each festival and region with its own distinctive repertoire of mouth-watering sweets. This Book of Indian Sweets is specially meant for those who think Indian sweets are difficult to prepare at home. Culinary expert Satarupa Banerjee includes more than a hundred easy-to-follow recipes from all over the country, from delectable rosogollas and malpoas from the east, and jalebis and gajjar ka halwa from the north, to scrumptious puran poli and sheer khurma from the west and pal payasam and pongal from the south.The author has successfully blended flavours from the four corners of the country to tempt your sweet tooth, and encourages you to exercise your own culinary skills. Fully illustrated with colour photographs, this books is a must for the home-maker.
ContentsEASTERN INDIA 1. Rosogolla 2. Rajbhog 3. Cham Cham 4. Rasomalai 5. Mooger Borfi 6. Balushahi 7. Makhane Ki Kheer 8. Kanchagolla 9. Notun Gurer Sandesh 10. Gujiyas NORTHERN INDIA 1. Gajjar Ka Halwa 2. Petha 3. Aamer Borfi 4. Halwa 5. Imarti 6. Pinni 7. Motichoor Laddoo 8. Jalebi 9. Besan Laddoo 10. Petha WESTERN INDIA 1. Steamed Modak 2. Shrikand 3. Mava Malido 4. Koomas 5. Baath 6. Mohanthal 7. Puran Poli 8. Khajuri Ghari 9. Lagan Nu Kastan 10. Dahitran SOUTHERN INDIA 1. Mysore Pak 2. Sevian Ka Muzaffar 3. Pal Payasam 4. Paruppu Payasam 5. Pongal6. Double Ka Mitha 7. Adirasam 8. Sweet Murukku 9. Gil-e-Firdaus 10. Sapno Ka Meethas MANGO SWEETS1. Aam Kalakanda 2. Aamras Chawal