How do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan | Rakhi ?
Why do we celebrate Raksha Bandhan | Rakhi ?
Here is a colorful Raksha Badhan thali with various burfis. There is sevaiyan burfi, almond burfi, carrot burfi, chocolate mava burfi and coconut burfi. Can you ask for more?
Please click here for the recipe -> Raksha Bandhan sweet thali
Who doesn’t love gulab jamuns? But this time around, instead of getting a readymade gulab jamun mix, try this paneer variation and the gulab jamun would turn out to so soft and creamy!
Please click here for the recipe -> Paneer Gulab Jamun
Though ladoo is the most common sweet in India, we never feel satiated with eating just one, isn’t it? Forget the regular boondi ladoo and try this suji coconut malai ladoo for a change!
Please click here for the recipe -> Delicious Sooji Coconut Malai Ladoos!
The secret behind the awesome texture of this kalakand is, how patiently you keep stirring it till the mixture just turns to golden crumble. You should definitely try this recipe for Raksha Bandhan to know better!
Please click here for the recipe -> Kalakand
By Heena Bharat
Cham cham is a famous Bengali sweet that is so juicy, soft and made with chenna/paneer. The use of pistachios and saffron strands gives it a distinct flavor that is hard to resist.
Please click here for the recipe -> Chumchum – Bengali Special Sweet
Ghevar is a famous Rajasthani sweet that is known for crunchy texture as it is deep fried. It comes in various flavors depending upon the type of syrup it is dipped in once it is fried. Here is a mango rabri version that your family would love!
Please click here for the recipe -> Ghevar In Mango Rabri
By Rupa Burman
The texture and flavour of this coconut barfi will definitely make you go back for more. This is a simple barfi recipe with minimal ingredients.
Please click here for the recipe -> Coconut barfi
By Somya Gupta
Moong dal halwa is not only delicious but is also a good way of adding some dal even in sweets. Hence it is a great way of adding this to your kid’s diet, along with enjoying it on Rakhi day.
Please click here for the recipe -> Moong Dal Halwa – Delicious Dessert
By Shikha Gupta
Kalakand is a versatile sweet that is known for its chewy texture that is addictive. Kalakand in mango flavor just makes it more inviting!
Please click here for the recipe -> Mango Kalakand
Are you wondering which sweet to prepare for those health conscious members in the family? Frent not! Try this kheer that has the goodness of apple and oats and can even be a great addition for toddlers.
Please click here for the recipe -> Apple Kheer With Oats
Ras kadam or kheer kadam is more famous in eastern states of India. It is a quick recipe with chhena base and becomes richer with the addition of khoya.
Please click here for the recipe -> Kheer Kadam | Ras Kadam