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Adding Deliciousness to the Desserts with Shudh Desi Ghee

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A meal isn’t complete without dessert, and we Indians have a special relationship with our sweet foods. In Indian cuisine, desserts and sweets play a significant role. Desserts are provided as part of the meal, as snacks, and as an offering to the Gods in the form of Prasadam.

Sweets and desserts are also provided to guests as a token of love and friendship on every occasion, including Holi, Diwali, Navratri, and wedding ceremonies. Milk, sugar, and khoya are the three essential ingredients used in good quantities in Indian sweets and desserts. Cow Ghee, almonds, jaggery, coconut, wheat flour, and other basic components are also used.

In this article, we’ll show you how to make some of the most popular and simple Indian sweets and desserts at home.

  1. Gulab Jamun

Ingredients:

  • Desi Ghee
  • Milk powder/ Milk
  • Curd/Yogurt/Butter
  • Chopped pistachios
  • All purpose flour (Maida)
  • Curd/Yogurt/Butter
  • Baking soda

Ingredients for sugar syrup:

  • Sugar
  • Water
  • Green cardamom pods
  • Rose water

We think of hot Gulab Jamun dunked in sweet syrup when we think about Indian sweets. Gulab Jamun is a traditional Indian dessert that is famous both in India and abroad. It’s formed from deep-fried all-purpose flour balls that are then dipped in sugar syrup. It’s a delectable dessert to serve at the end of a meal. Adding desi ghee at the prep time not only elevates the essence but enhances the taste of the dish too.

To make it healthy, you may always use pure cow ghee instead of oil or butter. The active cultures in the yogurt or curd used in this recipe aid in making the dough soft, pliable, and light. If you choose, you can use khoya instead of milk powder.

  • Kaju Katli/ Kaju Barfi

Ingredients:

  • Desi Ghee/Coconut oil
  • Cashews/Kaju
  • Water
  • Sugar

Kaju Barfi, also known as Kaju Katli, is a traditional Indian delicacy made with only two ingredients: cashew nuts and sugar. Other flavourful elements include saffron (kesar), rose petals, cow ghee, and pistachios. It’s a delicious festive treat that you may serve to your family and friends.

The consistency of the powdered cashew and sugar syrup that mix to make the cashew dough is one of the most crucial things to keep in mind when making Kaju Barfi. To make it light and more delicious, you can use pure cow ghee instead of oil.

  • Jalebi

Ingredients:

  • All purpose flour (Maida)
  • Ghee
  • Thick curd
  • Cooking Soda
  • Oil
  • Corn flour
  • Yellow food color

Ingredients for sugar syrup:

  • Sugar
  • Yellow food color
  • Lemon juice
  • Water

Jalebi is a delicious street dish made by deep frying a flour batter in oil and then soaking it in sugar syrup. It’s delicious whether it’s served hot or cold. The Jalebi’s crispy and crunchy texture, combined with its sweet and juicy contents, makes you instantly fall in love with the taste. It can be eaten on its own or with curd or rabri.

The essential technique here is to prepare and ferment the dough, which gives the Jalebi its crunchy and crispy texture. The active microorganisms in the curd aid in the lightness and fluffiness of the dough.

  • Kalakand

Ingredients:

  • Milk
  • Ghee
  • Sugar
  • Khoya (reduced milk)
  • Pistachios/Almonds
  • Chenna (coagulated milk solids)
  • Cardamom powder

Kalakand is a delicacy among Indian desserts, and it is traditionally served at festivals such as Diwali, Holi, and Navratri. Kalakand is a milk-based fudge with a smooth, thick, and creamy texture. The chenna and khoya mixture has been sweetened with sugar and flavoured with cardamom.

This is a somewhat nutritious dessert recipe that incorporates calcium, protein, and other elements found in milk products. To keep it healthy and low in calories, use cow ghee and replace sugar with stevia.

  • Besan Laddu

Ingredients:

  • Ghee
  • Gram flour (Besan/Chickpea flour)
  • Nutmeg powder
  • Sliced pistachios
  • Cardamom powder
  • Powdered sugar
  • Saffron strands
  • Sliced almonds

Laddu is an Indian dessert that can be created with a variety of ingredients. For example, the Besan Ladoo is created using besan or chickpea flour that has been roasted till golden brown, then blended with sugar and nut slices before being moulded into spherical balls. It’s absolutely enticing and delectable because of the rich aroma of desi ghee, saffron, and cardamom.

Roasting the chickpea flour over a low flame, stirring frequently, is the key to producing perfect Besan Lasso. Continue roasting until the dough is golden brown and starts smelling good. Instead of silky gramme flour, coarsely ground chickpea flour can be used to make the texture crunchy.

In the end….

Nova produces the best and the pure cow ghee among all the dairy companies in India with the most reasonable cow ghee price. So, make these traditional Indian desserts and sweet treats at home and give them to your family and guests at parties and celebrations.

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