Tawa Mithai

My Day 3 post under Tawa Recipes is Tawa Mithai.

Tawa Mithai’s are very popular at functions and weddings . These Mithai’s are normally served during winters when one likes to eat piping hot desserts. They have live counters and a big tawa is decorated with a variety of sweets ranging from Barfi to Ladoo to Rasgullas and gulajamuns. A big bowl of rabdi is kept aside. The tawa Mithai is customised and while ordering one has to give your choice of mithai which is crumbled and mixed with a few tsp of rabdi . The mix of crumbled Sweets is laced with the rich rabdi on tawa and finally served to the guest .

For the tawa Mithai I have used store bought mithai ‘s . In fact all these sweets were at home , I just made the rabadi. The finished product , the tawa mithai has a burst of different flavors and a bowl of this mithai tastes fabulous in winters. The next time you have a assortment of Mithai’s at home do give it a try .

Tawa Mithai

Tawa Mithai

Ingredients

Kaju katli
Gulab Jamun
Pedas
Chocolate Ladoo
Cham Cham
Rabadi

Method

Place 2 tbsp of rabadi on the griddle and add bits and pieces of crumbled Sweets in the rabadi.
Mix gently, serve hot garnished with rose petals.

Tawa Mithai

Some Mithais that can be used

Kaju Kesar Katli

Narail ji Barfi

Date and Fig Fudge

Tawa Mithai

The tawa mithai has a burst of different flavors and a bowl of this mithai tastes fabulous in winters.It is served at parties and customized to your taste.
Course Indian Sweet
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • Kaju katli
  • Gulab Jamun
  • Pedas
  • Chocolate Ladoo
  • Cham Cham
  • Rabadi

Instructions

  • Place 2 tbsp of rabadi on the griddle and add bits and pieces of crumbled Sweets in the rabadi.
  • Mix gently, serve hot garnished with rose petals.

Notes

Tawa Mithai
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM# 84 . The recipe also goes to Srivalli's Kid's Delight hosted by Archana.

12 thoughts on “Tawa Mithai”

  1. Tawa mithai has become so popular these days and whenever I attend a party in India, this is my go to dessert. Good on for this theme.

  2. Awesome one Vaishali. Since I am not too into sweets, I never actually bothered to check those counters, your post has surely enlighted me..very nicely presented! Enjoyed the theme..

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