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Why you go to weddings? I only go for eating sweets there, honestly, this is the case and some various types of cooked vegetables that I like, and I eat them raw without any kind of rotis, naans and masala rotis. Oh! Their taste seems to me marvellous when the tasty vapor they evaporate. But mostly I'm there for sweets.
Recently my cousin brother got married in Jaipur. The wedding was super fun, full of masti and maza. Sangeet ceremony was beyond best everything. We danced a lot. The most noticing thing about my brother's wedding was the sweets that we had. These were not usual sweets, you can say deserts also to them, but some different.
And in coming time my friend is also getting married and he asked me for sweets-cum deserts stuff and I told him these ones that I am going to share with you. If you getting married or anyone of your friends, then you can tell him/her these some different sweet-dessert dishes if they want to put these in their wedding menu. One thing I want to tell you if they put it all, their wedding food menu will be exotic.
The name is so delicious; I don't know how the dish will be. So my groom's friend, if you are planning to include a barfi variety in your wedding, include Kiwi Barfi. It will be the best choice. It is made with kiwi fruit. When you eat it, you feel the taste of kiwi in entirely in an amazing way. Following ingredients you will need for this:
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For kiwi sauce:
5 nos, ripened kiwis (peeled and crushed or finely chopped)
1/3 cup, sugar
½ cup, sugar (you may increase or decrease the quantity as per preference)
Slivered almonds and pistachios
1 cup, chenna/paneer
1½ cup, full cream milk
1½ cup, milk powder
1 tsp, cardamom powder
You must have eaten gulab jamun, black color, and brown color, and you know that they are so savory that you want to eat them again and again. But this wedding, have something different, you put Gulab Jamun Cheese Cake in your wedding menu, and we guarantee you that your guests would go crazy for it, flocking the counter. Here are the following ingredients for making this.
Gulab jamuns: 15 nos
Graham Cracker mix: one pouch - or take 10 digestive biscuits and crush it to a powder.
Butter: 3 tablespoons
Unflavored Gelatin: 2 pouches (can use vegetarian gelatin also, that is called agar available in Indian / Chinese stores)
Warm water: 1/4 cup
Greek Yogurt / Hung Curd: 2 cups
Grated Paneer (homemade or store-bought): 3 cups
Condensed Milk: 1/2 cup or little more to taste
Saffron + chopped pistachios for decoration
Doctors advise that you should not eat much sweet, not good for stomach and health. But they say for apple that you should eat it every day. What if you find the combo of it or you can say more precisely fusion of it in one eatable item. Do you think it is possible? Yes, it is. And you can eat them both in Apple Jalebi, a dish perhaps you have never eaten anywhere else. Here are the following ingredients for making it:
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Apple – 2
All-purpose flour – 1 cup
Corn flour – 2 tsp
Active dry yeast – 1/2 tsp
Clarified butter / Ghee – 1 tbsp
Sugar – 1 tsp
Salt – A pinch
Water – As needed
Oil/ghee – to deep fry
Pistachios, chopped – 1 tbsp
FOR SUGAR SYRUP
Sugar – 1 cup
Water – 1 cup
Saffron – Few strands
Lemon juice – 1/2 tsp
Who doesn't want to eat Ladooo? I'm very much a fan of it. I want to eat them all. But have you eaten oats sesame ladoo? Oh! These are wonderful, made of oats, both healthy and delicious. And it is a perfectly fine item for your wedding menu. You want to taste them now rather than waiting for any wedding to taste it there. Here are the ingredients you can make at your home.
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1 cup oats (organic ones will be better)
1 cup sesame or peanuts
3 to 4 green cardamoms
One-fourth cup of jaggery with coconut palm sugar
These are all the sweet cum dessert items that you can include in your wedding or make at home. If you include them in your wedding food menu, it is going to be exotic. Besides all that, guests will certainly love these all and would be licking their fingers after eating them once. And perhaps they have never seen and eaten these sorts of dishes.
By Anushri Adhikary | 09 Jul, 2020
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