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Balushahi is a traditional dessert in northern Indian Cuisine. In South India, Balushahi is known as Badushah. Balushahi is similar to a glazed doughnut in terms of ingredients, but differs in texture and taste. Balushahis are made of maida flour, and are deep-fried in clarified butter and then dipped in sugar syrup. Author: Shyam Swaad Recipe type: Sweet Cuisine: Indian Serves: 15-20 Prep time : 10 mins Cook time : 30 mins Total time : 40 mins  Ingredients Dough 2 cup Plain

Gulab jamun is easily among the most always in-demand sweet dishes from India. This dessert has immensely popularity in both North and South India. Can be served hot or cold, these delicious balls of sweetness can make anyone’s day better. Ingredients: 250 gm milk powder 70 gm Maida ½ tbsp Oil Baking Soda  2 tbsp yogurt Pistachios or almonds Cardamom Saffron Preparation Mix water, sugar, cardamom and saffron. Keep the mixture on

Rajbhog is a popular Bengali sweet, similar to Rasgulla. Rajbhog is made during festivals and celebrations time. Rajbhog is made with soft fresh paneer, saffron and stuffed with mix dry fruit, these are soaked in a sugar syrup and served chilled or at room temperature. Author: Shyam Swaad Recipe type: Sweet & Dessert Cuisine: Indian Ingredients For Chena/Fresh Paneer (Cottage Cheese) 1 ½ Litter Milk 1 tbsp Vinegar/ or 2 Lemon Juice or ½ tsp Tartaric Acid For