Rajasthani Ghevar with Kesar Rabdi

It was Divya of You too Can Cook Indian Food who is the hosting the South North Challenge (SNC).  And in SNC this month the South Team was challenged to prepare the Rajasthani Ghevar with Rabdi.  I think I am the last in the group to post it.







The recipe for Rajasthani Mini Ghevar is from Desi Fiesta.  She has given a detailed instruction on how to cook the Ghevars.  There is also a nice video by Nisha Madhulika on how to cook Ghevars which will be helpful.



And so here is my Rajasthani Ghevar with Kesar Radi.  It was very tasty and delicious. I want to put down the recipe on my own but for now please refer to DesiFiesta for the recipe.










Also sending it to the Sweet Luv - CJ#4 hosted by Cooks Joy

Comments

  1. look at that platter

    seems u made it very nice

    wel done

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  2. wow.it looks so yummy.Lovely clicks

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  3. Your ghevar came out very nicely !!! N snaps too are Lovely :) u may b last to finish but one of the top in attempting.... ;)

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  4. wow yummy ghevar and fabulous presentation just love the way you have displayed .. Ghevar's have come out very well and perfect ..plz link your ghewar to the event before 31st dear.
    http://desifiesta.blogspot.com/2012/12/rajasthani-mini-ghevar-topped-with.html

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  5. You have made super prefectly Lakshmi, love to have a plate rite now.

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  6. happy to follow you.check my space when you have time.snc member.belongs to southern team

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  7. looks yum Lakshmi! nice presentation

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  8. Beautiful and perfectly done ghevar :) looks so good, you have clicked it in such a way that it looks so scrumptious

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  9. Wow! Looks yum.super presentation...

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  10. They are so awesome looking! Delicious :) I missed out on this month's challenge. Now seeing all these lovely entries, i am drooling :)

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  11. Wow so many ghewars there :) Loved it well made and looks so perfect!! Loved the way you have displayed them :) Well done dear!! Hope you have linked it to Manju's space too :)

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  12. Wow mouth-watering...i'm drooling looking at this snack..

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  13. Looks great and yummy Lakshmi..Fantastic effort well paid off in the end..

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  14. Thanks to all for all your Lovely comments.

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  15. Looks yum...nicely presented..I have never made ghevar at home but it sure looks delectable.

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  16. Just fabulous ghevar Lakshmi, amazing presentation dear.

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  17. wow.Lakshmi ... looks yummyyy...as i m rajasthani, to me it looks perfect with nice presentation....

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  18. Your pictures are perfect. Yummy..

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  19. @Divya Pramil and @Manjula Bharath, thanks for reminding me, I have linked it in Manju's linky.

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  20. looks so yummy and tempting
    http://great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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