As the festive season is all set to sync in, it is time to learn and prepare some mouth-watering and traditional sweet recipes which will make you crave more for it. Now that Navratri, Diwali, Dussehra, Bhai Dooj, etc., are right here, these celebrations will be incomplete without tasty Indian sweets. Thus, we are hereby sharing the recipes of 2 traditional Indian sweets which are loved by all and that you can prepare right at your home in no time. 

  1. Gulab Jamun Recipe:

A hot favorite of every Indian, Gulab Jamun is one such dish that is surely a part of every Indian celebration. This easy-to-prepare gulab jamun recipe will help you make it right at home in no time. So, this festive time, rather than ordering them from outside, cook them at home with all your love and dedication. 


  • Baking soda – 1 ½ tsp 
  • Baking Powder – 1 ½ tsp 
  • Rava/Semolina/Sooji – 200 grams 
  • Paneer (grated) – 600 grams 
  • 200 grams or 2 cups – Flour 
  • Nestlé MILKMAID – ½ tin 
  • Sugar – 1 Kg
  • Elaichi or cardamom – 6 to 8 crushed 
  • Water – 2 liters 
  • Oil – for frying purpose 
  • 6-8 nos – coarsely crushed cardamom


Step 1: Take a bowl and add water to it. Let the water boil. Then put in sugar to prepare Chaashni or sweet syrup. Then, keep it aside. Put in elaichi or cardamom. 

Step 2: Take a bowl. Now add baking soda, baking powder, sooji or rava, paneer, flour, and Nestlé MILKMAID. Now, knead the entire mixture and make a soft dough. Gently knead. 

Step 3: Make 30 to 35 portions and roll them to form a round-shaped gulab jamun. Place a wok and heat the oil. Once the oil is hot, put in the round gulab jamun balls and fry them till they turn golden brown in color. 

Step 4: Once fried, keep transferring them to the chashni or sugar syrup. Now that all the gulab jamuns are in this chashni or syrup, you can place the wok and boil it on a low flame. 

Step 5: The gulab jamuns are ready to be served and relished. 

  1. Rabdi

Rabdi is one such recipe that is close to the heart of every Indian. It brings back those days when we used to travel by train and the local guys could get it. Truly rabdi has its own charm. Thus, we have hereby provided the rabdi recipe which will make everyone fall in love with it over and again. 


  • Pista – 6 to 8 sliced 
  • Cardamom powder – ½ tsp
  • Almonds (chopped) – 6 to 8
  • Paneer (mashed and grated) – 100 grams 
  • Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk – 1 liter 
  • Nestlé MILKMAID – ½ tin


  • Take a pan and place it on a medium flame. Now, add paneer, Nestlé MILKMAID, and Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk. Mix the entire mixture evenly and properly. 
  • Cook and let it come to a boil. The quantity reduced to almost half and that too after stirring it continuously on medium heat. Now, keep the pan aside.
  • Put in some elaichi powder and cardamom powder. Garnish pista and almonds. 
  • Serve and enjoy it chilled. 


There is magic in our traditional Indian sweets. If we prepare them on a regular basis, then gradually, it will become an easy process to understand and prepare the recipes.