2 most popular sweet dishes from North India

People across the North India region have a special place for sweet dishes in their hearts. Preparing them at home does require time, and so people prefer getting them from outside. But, to make it easy for you, we are listing some popular sweet dishes that can be prepared at home.

  1. Rabdi

Has it ever happened with you that you’re craving something sweet but don’t know what to eat? Well, try Rabdi. Rabdi can put any of your sweet cravings to rest on any given evening. You may think that the Rabdi recipe takes a lot of time to be cooked and may not turn out how you want it to be. However, with the right amount of ingredients along with Nestle MILKMAID, you can have this amazing dessert just the way your favourite sweet shop makes it. The below recipe will take 5 minutes for preparation, 10 minutes for cooking and serves 10 people at a time.


  • 100 grams Paneer- Grated and mashed
  • Half teaspoon- Cardamom powder
  • Chopped almonds- 6 to 8 pieces
  • Sliced pistachio- 6 to 8 pieces
  • 1 litre- Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk
  • 200 grams or half tin- Nestlé MILKMAID


Step 1- Pour one litre of Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk into a heavy bottom pan.

Step 2- Add the required amount of Nestlé MILKMAID along with the mashed paneer.

Step 3- Mix the ingredients well.

Step 4- Bring the mixture to a boil and cook on a medium flame while stirring it continuously.

Step 5- Cook the mixture until it is reduced to half its actual amount.

Step 6- Add half a teaspoon of cardamom powder after removing the mixture from the heat.

Step 7- Garnish the sweet dish with sliced pistachio and chopped almonds.

  1. Malpua recipe

Anyone who has a sweet tooth cannot deny that they crave Malpua once in a while. The Malpua recipe is super easy to make and takes very little time to get cooked. People like to have this north- Indian dish as an evening snack.


For sugar syrup-

  • One and a half cups sugar
  • 300 ml or 2 cups water

For Malpua-

  • 100 grams Sooji
  • 1 cup water
  • 50 grams Maida
  • 200 grams Nestlé MILKMAID
  • Paneer
  • 1 pinch baking powder
  • Oil for shallow frying


Step 1- Pour water and add sugar to a pan. Stir it and bring it to a boil. Switch off the flame.

Step 2- Prepare a mixture of maida, sooji, baking powder, water, and Nestlé MILKMAID and keep it aside for 10-15 minutes.

Step 3- Make a fine and smooth mix of crumbled paneer and add it to the previous mixture.

Step 4- Beat both the mixtures well until it becomes a smooth batter.

Step 5- Take a flat pan and heat some oil (1-2 mm layer of oil) for the shallow frying process.

Step 6- Pour some batter into the oil to make a flat and small malpua (2-3 inches in diameter).

Step 7- Fry both sides to get an even brown texture.

Step 8- Soak it in the sugar syrup for half a minute. Remove and serve it on a plate.


Try these super easy recipes and enjoy the evening with your loved ones.