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Zarda

Zarda Recipe in Urdu & English Foodies with a sweet-tooth for traditional Pakistani desserts are in luck as SooperChef presents its delightful Zarda recipe. This colorful, sweet and tasty rice based recipe is the ultimate food for happiness as it is prepared on many auspicious occasions like Eid, weddings and other social gatherings. There are many other delectable dessert recipes on the sooperchef.pk menu like sheer khurma, lab-e-Shireen, Shahi Kheer and Shahi tukra. Zarda has long been a traditional dessert in the Indian subcontinent and is made with boiled rice, milk which is sweetened with sugar or in some cases jaggery, and flavored with cardamoms, cinnamons, raisins, saffron, almonds, cashews, pistachios, and walnuts. The unique and peculiar trait of Zarda is that it is added with a bright yellow or orange food color. This is the reason behind the name of the recipe “Zarda” which is a derivation from the Urdu and Persian word “zard” which means yellow. Zarda is treated and served as a dessert after the main course meal and is prevalent in many rural parts of Pakistan and is served steaming hot in weddings and other happy occasions. Sometimes, the Zarda is confused with Mutanjan which is also a rice recipe with boiled rice and milk, but the only difference between the two is that Mutanjan is prepared with different colored rice while Zarda rice is only orange or yellow in color. Sometimes the Zarda recipe is garnished with candied fruits which are known as murabba. You can find the complete Zarda recipe on sooperchef.pk.

Lab-e-Shireen

Special Lab-e-Shireen RecipeBakra Eid is on its way and a nothing defines Eid celebrations like a good old bowl of creamy, milky sweet and tasty lab-e-Shireen recipe. This delectable and creamy sweet dish is one of the most beloved desserts of Pakistan and foodies of all age eat in with great delight. There is a wide range of varieties of delectable recipes on the sooperchef menu like sheer Khurma, the delectable Shahi kheer, mirror glaze cheesecake and the crumbly Nan khatai. Unlike primitive and traditional desserts like halwa and Shahi Kheer, which have been prevalent in the subcontinent for centuries, the lab-e-Shireen recipe is merely ten to five years old. It gained popularity with the advent of commercially packed colored and flavored vermicelli recipes with the combination of milk and fruits. Soon it gained so much popularity that it was commonly served as dessert in houses at auspicious occasions like Eid and as a famous dessert in restaurants. It is also a very prevalent and well-admired recipe for dessert in matrimonial functions. The contemporary recipe of the lab-e-shireen is an assortment of vanilla powder, colored and flavored vermicelli, custard, milk, sugar and different fruits like sliced apples, bananas, peaches, grapes, pears, and apricots. Dry fruits and nuts like pine nuts, pistachios, almonds, walnuts, and raisins are often used for garnishing and dressing purposes. You can find the complete Lab-e-Shireen recipe and its entire preparation method in Urdu and English language on sooperchef.pk. You can also acquire assistance from our step by step, instant, two-minute video guide.

Mirror Glaze Cheesecake

The perfect way to celebrate this 14th of August is with sooperchef’s delectable and distinctive Mirror Glaze Cheesecake recipe. Glazing is a cooking technique which includes a coating of glossy coating. The coating can be sweet or in some cases it is kept savory and is applied by dipping, dripping and or applying by a brush. Basic icings and egg whites are used as glazes. There are many other cake recipes available on the Sooperchef menu like Jubilee mousse cake, molten lava cake, rainbow cake and no bake cheese cake. The glazing often incorporates substances like butter, milk, sugar and a certain type of oils. Glazes can also be made from fruit pulps or fruit juices along with other ingredients and it is used many times when preparing pastries. Glazes made for doughnuts are made with a simple mixture of powdered sugar confectioneries and water in which the doughnuts are dipped in. the savory or salty glazes are usually made with reduced stock which is then put on meat and vegetables. Some candies or confectioneries are also coated with edible wax glazes. In the early times of England, a typical medieval glaze known as the Elizabethan Glaze made from slightly beaten eggs was used in preparing pastries. If you want to learn the art of preparing this delectable and distinctive mirror glaze cake recipe then visit sooperchef.pk and download the complete recipe of Mirror Glaze Cheesecake in both Urdu and English languages. You can also acquire guidance from our two-minute video guide.

Nankhatai

If you are looking for something sweet, fuzzy and crumbly to eat then you have hit the jackpot. Nan khatai biscuit recipe is one of the beloved baked confectionaries of the Indian subcontinent and is commonly popular in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. There are many other delicious desserts recipes on the sooperchef.pk menu such as the lab-e-sheerin, mango phirni, shahi kheer, sooji (semolina) ka halwa, Jubilee mousse cake, rainbow cake, Mutanjan, sheer Khurma, chocolate covered stuffed dates, ras malai, fruit trifle, coconut halwa and molten lava cake. The word “nan khatai” is from two languages, Persian word “nan” meaning bread and Afghan word “khatai” meaning biscuit. In northern Iran and Afghanistan, Nan khatai is also known as kulcha-e-khatai. Kulcha is a type of bread which looks very similar to the naan bread. This delicious sweet biscuit recipe is first believed to originate from the city of Surat, India back in the 16th century. There was a Dutch couple who set up a bakery in the city to meet the bakery demands of the Dutch immigrants in the city. When the Dutch left India, the bakery was taken over by an Iranian family who started selling dried bread at low prices. The crispy dried bread recipe got so popular that with time, it gave birth to dried bread biscuits that were known as the naan khatai. The main ingredients used for the traditional Nan khatai was flour, honey, butter, sugar and baking powder. If you want to learn the art of baking this crumbly Nan khatai recipe then you should follow us on sooperchef where you can find the complete recipe of Nan khatai along with the preparation method in Urdu and English language.

Rainbow Cake

Rainbow Cake Recipe in Urdu & English The rainbow cake recipe is the most colorful recipe that has been prepared in Sooperchef’s kitchen. This creamy, multicolored and lively cake is the newest addition our long list of delicious dessert recipes. All seven colors of the beautiful rainbow are used in its preparation that is why it is given the name “rainbow cake”. There are many other delectable dessert dishes on the sooperchef.pk menu like Jubilee Mousse cake, Mutanjan, mango firni, molten lava cake, lab-e-sheerin, chocolate covered stuffed dates, sheer Khurma, ras malai, coconut halwa, fruit trifle, shahi tukra and shahi kheer but the rainbow cake is arguably the most vividly colorful one. Cakes are basically a baked form of sweet desserts, and they can be either simple or elaborate. Cakes have been around for a long time now and the earliest form of cakes was modified bread. There are thousands of different styles of making a cake but mostly the four main ingredients used are butter, eggs, flour, and sugar. They are used along with the leavening agents such as baking powder or edible baking soda. The top layer of the cakes are decorated with icings of fruits like cherries, nuts, chocolate, and vanilla etc. the first cake recipes are said to be centuries old when cakes were made by whisking of eggs. Making a cake was considered a labor back then but now with the help of sooperchef.pk you can find the complete recipe and preparation method along with a two-minute video guide that will help you achieve perfection.

Mutanjan

Special Mutanjan Rice Recipe in Urdu & English Foodies with a sweet tooth of traditional sweet dishes consider Pakistan a heaven place for there is something sweet for everyone. Special Mutanjan Rice Recipe is one of the many sweethearts of traditional dessert recipe lovers which are eaten with great delight all over the country. Mutanjan rice recipe originated from Persia and was brought to the Indian subcontinent by the chefs of the royal banquet of the Mughal Dynasty. Mutanjan is theorized to be a beloved dish of Mughal Emperor Shahjahan and thus Mutanjan was often served at his royal banquet, back in Mughal era. Mutanjan is often confused with another rice dish known as the Zarda. The only difference between the two is of color i.e. the Zarda recipe is a dish prepared by boiling sweet rice in a single color, mostly yellow or orange whereas Special Mutanjan recipe is assorted with a variety of food colors. Both the dishes are made with boiled rice with milk, sugar and vibrant food colors which often represent festivity and joy. In Mutanjan recipe, rice is further flavored with dry fruits and nuts like almonds, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, and raisins. Cardamoms and saffron are added to the recipe to provide it with a beautiful aroma. Often garnished with khoya and rasgullay, Mutanjan is consumed all over the Indian Subcontinent and Arabian Peninsula. Mutanjan recipe is also served as a dessert on auspicious occasions like weddings and Eid  etc. log on to Sooperchef.pk to download the complete preparation method and recipe of Special Mutanjan in Urdu and other delicious cooking recipes....

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Satisfy your sweet tooth with most of delicious sweet recipes in Urdu at SooperChef.pk including cake recipes in Urdu, cookie recipes, ice cream recipes, pudding recipes and frozen dessert, sweet recipes and other cooking  recipes. Whether you feel a need of baking a spectacular birthday cake or trying a simple Oreo madness, this collection is just for you. It also includes yummy Kashmiri tea, Jalebi Recipe, Gajar ki kher, Akhroti Halwa, Russian Salad, Mithai, cookies, muffins, slices, cake recipes and much more. So, if you’re planning to check out some easy dessert recipes in Urdu, SooperChef.pk is here to provide you with comfortable and easy sweet recipes.

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Types of Desserts and Sweets Dishes

Many history books have defined different types of sweets and desserts. The sub types of these meals vary in their texture and flavor, but all desserts share one thing in common. That is its sweet taste. These treats fulfill the craving for a simple sweet at the end of a spicy meal, no matter what form it has.

Puddings and Custards

Puddings and creamy custards include a thick dairy base. The thickener used in it determines whether it is a pudding or a custard. Mostly, custards are thickened with eggs and cooked. However, Puddings are made thick with starches. Nowadays, most of the brands in Pakistan are manufacturing products so that once can easily cook custards and pudding at home. The most common types of puddings are rice and tapioca.

Frozen Desserts

If you’re thinking to beat the summer heat, ice cream is the only best option. Ice cream consists of frozen cream. Moreover, Frozen custards can be used in the summer season also. They are made with the combination of cooked base of egg yolks. If you want to try a dairy-free dessert, try a sorbet made from churned fruit. Frozen yogurt served with fruit makes it a yummy low calorie treat.

Cakes

Cakes are not just baked for birthday parties or events.These types of desserts resemble tender and sweet breads. There is a wide range of cakes recipes that include chocolate cakes, angel food cake, cream cakes, pound cake, fruit cake and much more. Cupcakes and snack cakes are smaller in size and are served for individuals.

Desi Sweets, Mithai and Desserts

Desi Sweet dishes and Pakistani Desserts recipes are just exceptional and cannot fit nicely into any of the category. Muttanjan is one simple example. It is just one tasty Pakistani dessert to enjoy after a dinner or lunch. You can also try simple Gajrella to serve your family in winters. Most of the Pakistani sweets dishes are easy to make and SooperChef.pk provides you with one-minute instant cooking videos with proper guidance so that you can learn and master your skills at home. SooperChef.pk is available both in Urdu and English language for your comfort.

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