Festival: Raksha Bandhan is festival to celebration the bond between sisters and brothers, let’s make some sweet on this beautiful occasion! Here are list of recipe that you can make on this day!


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Raksha Bandhan is also called as Rakshabandhan it is a popular traditional festival in the Hindu culture. On this day the sisters make a beautiful rakhi and tie around the wrist of their brothers, and receiving a gift in return. This a festival to celebrate the bond, love and protection. It is celebrated between sisters and brothers. Sisters keep a fast for their brothers and make their favourite dish and sweet on this day.

Raksha Bandhan is observed on the last day of the Hindu lunar calendar month of Shraavan. The Raksha Bandhan, Sanskrit, is “the bond of protection, obligation and care.”

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To make these day more special here we can make some sweet for your brother. These day the sister used to keep the fast for their brothers. It is a festival of relation between the brother and sisters bond of love and protection is celebrated.

It is feast time for the brothers as they get their favourite dishes in the table which includes various sweet item like burfi’s, mithais, pakoras and pancakes. Such item is prepared on this day.

Here are list of the some sweets that you can prepared for your brothers.

• COCONUT LADOO:

For making the coconut ladoos you need only 2 ingredients very easy and quick recipe to make. The ingredients are condensed milk and desiccated coconut.

• GULAB JAMUN RECIPE:

Gulab jamun is the Indians favourite dessert fried and dumpling in a sugar syrup. There are various method to make gulab jamun, but the traditional way to make is with mawa and flour. You can also make the kala jamun and dry gulab jamun.

• SEVIYAN KHER:

Seviyan/ vermicelli kheer is one of the best and easiest method that are commonly make in the occasion. Make with a very little ingredients milk, sugar, dry fruits, ghee and seviyan.

• KAJU KATLI:

Kaju katli is most popular sweet that used to make in the festive season, very special sweets for everyone. Thin, smooth, get melt in the mouth. Made with the goodness of cashew nuts and sugar. Kaju barfi and Badam kaju katli is the two delicious variations that you can prepared for the Raksha Bandhan.

• COCONUT BARFI:

Coconut barfi is same recipe as coconut ladoo. These recipe is also the two main ingredients that is condensed milk and coconut.

• RICE KHER:

Rice kher is also a one of the favorite indian dessert made with basmati rice, milk, nuts, saffron. A perfect sweet dish for the occasion like Raksha Bandhan.

• RASGULA:

Rasgula is also the people favourite’s choice as gulab jamun, soft and spongy milk based sweet soaked in sugar syrup just like gulab jamun. You can also make Rasmalai from Rasgula, a equally popular sweet dish.

• SUJI HALWA:

The classic and always preferable and affordable to all, made with ghee and dry fruits. Suji halwa is simple, easy and quickly made with a little ingredients.

• PAAL PAYASAM:

Paal payasam is a south Indian kheer simple recipe sweet and creamy made with rice and milk. Only four ingredients go in the paal payasam that is rice, milk, sugar and ghee.

• MOTICHOOR LADOO:

Motichoor ladoo is one of the most popular Indian sweet. Melt in the mouth immediately, made with gram flour. There is also variation of these dish is boondi ladoo which is similar to motichoor ladoo.

• MAVA PEDA:

This peda is mostly made with khoya, sugar, dry fruits and it gives a good taste. Very good to taste and looks simple and sweet. Best for the Raksha Bandhan occasion.

• KALAKAND :

This recipe is quick and easy to make. Only two ingredients are required condensed milk and paneer or chenna. Mix this all ingredients properly then stir for 15 minutes. Set the kalakand for a few hours. And the kalakand is ready to serve and to enjoy.

• GAJAR HALWA:

Gajar halwa is a classical Indian dessert and even favourite of everyone. Gajar halwa is made in any occasion to celebrate with a sweet, made with grated carrots, milk and some almonds, cashew nuts. It is popular recipe that you can make for rakhi festival. You can try to make this recipe Badam halwa, wheat halwa, moong dal halwa.

May this Raksha Bandhan bring your lovely ones home, happiness to our family and get a long life and safe life to your brothers and family. Enjoy this Raksha Bandhan with sweet and with your love ones.

Happy Raksha Bandhan to all the brothers and sisters.

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