• Shrikhand To Besan Barfi: Here’s 5 Easy-To-Make Recipes On Raksha Bandhan

    Here is the list of mouth-watering sweets that you can easily make at home and enjoy with your family.
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    The festival — which celebrates the bond between a brother and sisterRaksha Bandhan is around the corner and the preparations for the festival have already begun.

    From planning what gifts to get to what food to make, people are full of enthusiasm to make this day extra special for their siblings. And the celebrations are certainly incomplete without delectable Indian desserts.

    Rasmalai to Shahi Tukda or any other thing, here is the list of mouth-watering desserts that you can easily make at home and enjoy with your family:

    Shrikhand

    Shrikhand is creamy sweetened yoghurt from Maharashtra and Gujarat is relished throughout India. This dessert can be prepared in less than 15 minutes. It is made with strained yoghurt, powdered sugar, cardamoms and sometimes saffron or nuts. You can enjoy this dessert after lunch or dinner.

    Besan Barfi

    Besan Barfi is a dessert that is made or bought in an Indian household for every other occasion. This barfi is made with just a few handful of ingredients such as gram flour or besan sauteed with ghee and sugar to make this mouth-watering delicacy. It is an Indian sweet that is relished across the country on various celebratory occasions and festivities.


    Rasmalai

    Rasmalai is an all-time favourite Bengali dessert, which is a must in festivities. It is prepared with chhena balls soaked in malai.


    Seviyan Kheer

    There is no better way to celebrate a festival than indulging in mouth-watering delicacies like Seviyan. Vermicelli or seviyan cooked with milk, cardamom, nuts and sugar to make a thick and delicious Kheer. Seviyan can be easily prepared at home and serve at the dinner party.


    Shahi Tukda

    Shahi Tukda also known as the Royal Dessert, is a simple and crunchy recipe that is all about indulgence. It is made with milk, honey, saffron and bread. This Royal dessert from Awadh has long been a part of our culture.


    With this menu of delectable desserts, get ready to celebrate a very happy Raksha Bandhan with your family and relatives. 

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