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Oct 11, 2008

Announcing sweets series - Milk sweets - Spongy texture and round up of Sweet seires - Deep fried and steam cooked sweets


Before I present to you the wonderful deep fried and steam cooked sweets that I received, I would like to announce the next roundup.

Sweet series - Milk sweets with spongy texture

Please read the following rules before sending your entries.

1. Cook anything sweet that come under the category of this month - 'Milk sweets with spongy texture' and post the recipe with picture on your blog. The sweet that you are sending must be spongy with milk as the main ingredient. Example, gulab jamun, ras malai, rasgulla etc

NOTE: Please do not include sweets like peda, koa or any burfi or halwa . Though they might be milk sweets, I want to include them in a separate category in sweet series. Click here for sweet series categories.

2. Multiple entries welcome. Your entries can be from your archives. All you need to do is edit that post and add a link to this announcement. But it will be really fun to create a new dish!

3. If you are sending from your archives, create a new post and add a link to your entries and this announcement. You do not have to rewrite the recipe. This is just to bring to the notice of your visitors, so they can send in their entries. - This is optional.

4. Feel free to use the logo.

5. The sweet needs to be vegetarian (no egg no meat). The dish can be deep fried or baked etc. The final product should have a spongy texture.

6. Please send an e-mail to sweetseries at paajaka dot com with the following details on or before Nov 10, 2008.

(please copy the same format given below)

* Subject Line: Milk sweets (spongy texture)
* Blog author:
* Blog name:
* Dish Name:
* URL to the post:
* A picture of the dish (any size) - Please send only JPG files.

7. Non bloggers can e-mail me the recipe and the picture and I will include it in the round up.

8. The roundup of this event will be posted within one week after deadline. Thank you and looking forward to all your enthusiastic participation once again.

Here comes the sweet and tempting roundup of Deep fried and steam cooked sweets. Thank you friends, for sending in your entries. There are recipes for sweets which we think can only be store bought. Bookmark those recipes of sweets that you usually buy from stores. Try it. All recipes here are tried and tested by fellow bloggers. Be proud of your preperation.

Deep fried sweets

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1. Sweet puri by Divya Vikram of Dil se

2. Sweet sevory by Uma of Essence of Andhra

3. Modak by Medhaa of Cook with love

4. Seeyam by Priya Suresh of Priya's Easy N Tasty recipes

5. Jangiri by Priya Suresh of Priya's Easy N Tasty recipes

6. Beetroot ghargis by Anjali.J of The big bite

7. Jhangri by EC of Simple Indian food

8. Appam by EC of Simple Indian food

9. Jalebis by EC of Simple Indian food

10. Vella cheedai by Sunshinemom of Tongue ticklers

11. Sukhiyan by Dershana of The Footloose Chef

12. Mixed flour Athirasam by Srivalli of Cooking 4 all seasons

13. Athirasam Divya Vikram of Dil se

14. Coconut biscuits by G.Pavani of Food lovers

15. Kariyalu - Kajjikayalu by Pallavi of All thingz yummy

16. Karigadubu - Karjikayi by Ramya of Mane adige

17. Adirasam by Jayasree of Kailas kitchen

18. fried - Sweet lola by Alka keswani of Sindhi rasoi

19. Naanu maanu by Radhika of Tickling palates

20. Boondi ladoo by Cham of Spice club

21. Kadabu by Bhagyashri of Taste buds

22. Jeera poli by Mythreyee of Paajaka recipes

23. Boondhi Laddu by Mythreyee of Paajaka recipes

24. Kahirakai by Radhika of Tickling palates

25. Soiyam by Kamalika Krishmy of Janaki Patti's kitchen

26. Paniyaram by Aartee of Nalabagham

27. Pazham pori by Aartee of Nalabagham

28. Appam by Vidya SB of Delectable vegetarian recipes

29. banana sweet appam by Sujatha of Spicy khazana


30. Rawa Puffs by Geeta of Payt Pooja

31. Gujjiyas by Shal Singh of Shail

32. Khajuriya by Shal Singh of Shail

Steam cooked sweets

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1. Modhakamby by Srimathi of Few minute wonders

2. Ukdiche Modak by Supriya of Queen of my kitchen

3.Ukadiche Modak by Meera of Enjoy Indian food

4. Ragiflour Sweet Dumplings by Priya Suresh of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes

5. Thenga paal kozhukattai by Priya Suresh of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes

6. Kozhukattai by Miri of Peppermill

7.Kozhukattai by Dershana of The Footloose Chef

8.Money purse modakam by Dershana of The Footloose Chef

9. Sweet kaduvu by PJ of Seduce your tastebuds

10. Sweet puttu by Divya Vikram of Dil se

11. Bhappa doi by Sowmya of Creative saga

12. Kudumulu by Sireesha of Mom's recipies

13.Modak by Mansi of Fun and Food

14. Kozhukattai by Mythreyee of Paajaka recipes

Prvious Sweet series roundup:


Puran poli / Sweet chapathi roti

Cool desserts

Chikki and Laddu

Click here for sweet series categories


Please let me know if any of your entry is not included in this roundup. Thank you friends and looking forward for your enthusiastic participation once again for milk sweets that have a spongy texture.


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13 comments:

Curry Leaf said...

Nice Round Up and nice new theme

Priyanka said...

thats a great round up for the coming diwali.

Uma said...

A wonderful roundup well done! Will try to send something for the next event too!

Alka said...

What a SWEET round up!Congrats !
Count me in for next theme...
Bye till then!

Sireesha said...

erful and fantastic roundup...Will try to send something for next theme also..

Priya said...

Awesome roundup..superb..can see many of my fav sweets..Mouthwatering..sure will participate in next event too...

LG said...

Very sweet round up and nice theme too..

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow awesome roundup. I have some recipes in mind for your next event. Will mail you soon.

Miri said...

very nice round up - thanks for hosting!

Shail Singh said...

Wonderful Roundup !

I think my entry Gujjiyas & Kajuriya is missed out.

Kitchen Flavours said...

I just sent you my entries to the event. Please check out dear.

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Uma said...

Wishing you and your family a happy diwali!