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Round up of My Mother’s Kitchen – Indian Mithai Mela – part 1

After the success ofMy Mother’s Kitchen – 1 (One Pot Meals), I had invited entries to one of the permanent fixtures in any Indian meal : Mithai / Indian sweets !! And boy, was I innindated with entries or what !!  60 + entries and counting !! Thank you for the overwhelming response, dearies 🙂 I truly appreciate your taking time off to respond.  

It has been wonderful to receive a cartload of Indian sweets from across the globe. Truly proves that the repertoire of Indian Sweets is expansive and popular..

I have divided this round up into two parts and shall be publishing them in tandem. I have included ALL the entries that were posted with a backlink to this announcement, which was mandatory. Do feel free to drop me a line at [email protected]in case your entry has gone inadvertently gone awry . I shall update the same asap. In case you have sent your entries, but have not linked it back, please do so to be included in the 2nd part of this round up !

Thanks again, and hope you enjoy this one-stop shop Indian Mithai Mela for the festive season ahead 🙂 

Am sure you would also participate more enthusiastically in my ongoing event –Healthy Lunchbox Ideas – Carrots– ending 31st Aug. Do watch this space for some more exciting events coming your way !!




Arranged in order of receipt, we have – for Part 1 of the round up !




  • Vardhini celebrates her 100th blog post with this awesomemysore Pakand also sends inPal Payasam– a south Indian treat









  • Neha’sAtte ka halwais sure a foodie’s delight while keeping it healthy with Whole wheat flour
  • Aarthi kicks off her new blog on a sweet note with this delectableBadam Halwa
  • Jayashree’sRava Besan ladduis another twist to the usual Besan laddu or Rava Laddu – the combo looks heavenly.
  • Nirmala’sDry fruit Poliis another twist to the usual Poli – looks very healthy too 🙂




  • Anu has sent in this deliciously healthyDate and Nut Rounds along with telling us the nutritious importance of dates

  • R & R of Tadka pasta have this devilishly intriguingFudge Browniefor us

  • Sudha’s entry  –Jackfruit halwahad me definitely drooling

  • Deeksha’sCarrot burfiis loaded with beta carotene and I am all game to make this soon !



  • From my own kitchen, comes these 8 delicacies :

Cashew Coconut Barfi

Til ka Ladoo ~ Sesame Jaggery Roundels

Moong Dal Kheer ~ Paitham Paruppu Payasam 

Moong Dal Sheera / Moong Dal Halwa / Split yellow Gram sweet pudding

Quick Sweet Rice Pudding

Badam Halwa (Almond Halwa)

Pal Payasam

Akkaravadisal for Aadi Pooram




Thanks for being part of Indian Mithai Mela 🙂

Watch this space for Part 2 of this round up !



  1. Wow kalyani..that is something amazing and delicious roundup, bookmarked it, will be really helpful during festive season

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  2. munchmunchcrunchcrunch

    that was a nice roundup kalyani…and you badam halwa looks lovely too:)

  3. Looks so festive. I believe that it is going to be very very helpful during the coming Diwali

  4. KrithisKitchen

    Wow… looks like a menu and recipe card for great indian sweets… superb entries…

  5. Lovely roundup Kalyani.

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  6. wow.. lovely round up..

  7. Sangeetha M

    bookmarked for diwali n other special occasions…lovely roundup !!!

  8. This post is like a treasure trove for sweet dish lover like me.

  9. Lovely and sweet round up!

  10. Lovely roundup. One stop post for the upcoming Diwali.

  11. vaishali sabnani

    Yum..yum…yum…have already put on some calories…just by going thru all these yummilicious sweets:)

  12. wow so many delicious yummy recipes and beautiful round up….

  13. team ecoSycle

    This post is like a treasure hunt for sweet tooth like me.

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