DRY FRUITS BURFI - Surprise your Friends and Relatives on Deepavali by offering them this Sweet Delight
I was very impressed with this Dry Fruits Burfi from Priti 's space and decided to make it right away. The Burfis came out just perfect and is a great idea for a festival gift box.
Mysorepauk is a very popular South Indian Sweet. I have already done a post on how to prepare Mysorepauk during my initial days of blogging. Click here for the recipe and some tidbits on the sweet.
Would it burden if you considered adding one more delicacy to your Deepavali menu?! I hope not. Yes. The name is 'Ribbon Pakoda'. RP is one of the easiest snacks that can be prepared in a very short time. It is known by different names like Oottu Pakoda, Nada and Ribbon murukku in different belts of South India.
Laddus to me are a perfect choice for Deepavali celebrations and also for a give away gift during festive occasions. As I am successfully completing the 2nd year of my blogging this Deepavali, nothing could be fitting enough except this grand sweet for a Double Dhamaka celebration.
I take this opportunity to thank all my Readers, Family and Friends for their constant support, encouragement, inputs & ideas and their constructive criticism that has helped me shape my cooking space. Thank you very much.
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