Top 10 Sweet Recipes for Raksha Bandhan!!

Top 10 Sweet Recipes for Raksha Bandhan!!

In this article, we will discuss Top 10 sweet recipes for Raksha Bandhan.

In India, the festival that strengthens the bond between a brother and sister is Raksha Bandhan. On this occasion, every sister ties the rakhi on her brothers’ wrist. This Raksha Bandhan festival is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Shravan. It is one of the most popular festivals of Hindus. This year, Raksha Bandhan falls on Monday the 3rd of August 2020.

These festivals are not only an expansion of beliefs in holy legends and formal rituals but also of eternal faith, emotions, and of course a melange of good food. Indians like every year would be celebrating Raksha Bandhan this year, and siblings are already gearing up to pamper each other for the day. The festival is all about celebrating the hot and sour, bittersweet relationship between a brother and sister.

We are sure that like every year, even this year you’ve planned something great for your sibling: to buy her favorite dress, a dazzling new phone, or something else you know she’s been longing for. This year we suggest you do something totally unexpected. Prepare some of the easiest and yummiest delights for your sibling and trust us, you will witness the widest of beaming smiles ever!

Raksha Bandhan Festival a significant day for all brother and sister which is celebrated all over India. Also, this auspicious day couldn’t be complete without the traditional Indian sweet!

Here are Top10 Sweet Recipes for Raksha Bandhan

We have a few special sweets prepared for the Raksha Bandhan festival. Pick the ones that your siblings like the most and enjoy these desserts with them:

1. Kalakand
Kalakand

Kalakand is a famous Indian sweet made by reducing milk and sugar. This delicate burfi is generally sold in sweet stalls and is not commonly made in households. Kalakand is moist, juicy, tastes rich & has a delicate grainy feel. This kalakand is no time recipe. only two ingredients are required sweetened condensed milk and paneer or chenna. stir for good 15 minutes. Allow to set the kalakand for a couple of hours and your kalakand barfi is ready.

2. Malpua
Malpua

Malpua is a popular, pancake-like Indian sweet from North India which is normally prepared on festivals and special occasions. Here is a method that has semolina and flour batter mixed with milk, deep-fried in ghee, and dipped in sugar syrup. A different taste with a blend of perfectly balanced sugar topped with chopped pistachios and almonds.

3. Sewaiyan
Sewaiyan

Sewaiyan is a delicious recipe that is made with vermicelli and the best part is, it is very quick to make and needs very little ghee, unlike other Kesari recipes that are oily in nature. This sewaiyan is perfect to serve for guests and family members on Raksha Bandhan. You can keep it in the fridge for 3 days and serve hot as well as cold.

4. Kaju Katli
Kaju Katli

This Kaju katli is the way they are actually meant to be – thin, smooth, melt in the mouth made with cashew nuts, quick and easy to make, and last long. Blend cashews and milk in a blender until it becomes a fine paste. Mix paste and sugar and cook over low heat stirring till the mixture leaves the sides of the pan, and becomes a dough-like paste.

5. Malai Ghevar
Malai Ghevar

Malai Ghevar comes under the special category of dessert that can only be found during the festival Rakhsha Bandhan. You can simply make it at your home and surprise your family. It requires a special pan with good density, should be approximately 12 inches deep, and a 7-8 inch broad. This is one of the best sweet recipes for Raksha Bandhan.

6. Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun

Gulab jamun is the best sweet for Raksha Bandhan. It is so delicious that you can find this sweet in your nearest sweets shop on this Raksha Bandhan. You have got to cook this yourself! Mawa and nut infused in sugar syrup, ready in a jiffy.

7. Badam Phirni
Badam Phirni

Badam Phirni is a typical creamy sweet pudding made with powdered rice, milk, almonds, saffron, and cardamom. Flavored with sugar, Phirni is often made in North India on festive occasions or special celebrations like Diwali and Raksha Bandhan.

8. kesar Rasmalai
Kesar Rasmalai

The all-time favorite Bengali delight soft, spongy chenna cakes floating in sweet milky syrup. This spongy chenna is cooked in sugar syrup first to make them fluffy. No matter which way you are going to prepare, the taste of this Bengali dessert is so much pleasurable. Kesar Rasmalai is a melt in the mouth sweet with juice and cream in every bite.

9. Coconut Burfi
Coconut Burfi

Coconut Burfi as its name suggests is a sweet made of the coconut which can be cooked easily and quickly. This burfi is very easy to make and only with few ingredients.  This burfi is a delicious never fail dessert sweet. Enjoy this sweet with your siblings.

10. Mohanthal
Mohanthal

Mohanthal is an exotic gram flour fudge or sweet from the traditional old Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisine. This besan and ghee based Indian sweet is commonly known as Mohanthal, but it is known with other names like mohanthar or Mohanthal too. It is a popular sweet that is often prepared during Raksha Bandhan and Diwali.

 

 



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