Dussehra 2022: 5 Classic Mithai Recipes For The Festive Fare

Oct 05, 2022 10:31 IST
The festival of Navratri has come to an end and we are celebrating Dussehra today (on October 5, 2022). Dussehra (or Vijaya Dashami) is marked with much enthusiasm all over the country. It signifies the victory of good over evil.
  • Dussehra 2022: 5 Classic Mithai Recipes For The Festive Fare

    The day is marked with Ravan Dahan and also immersion of Goddess Durga. After that, friends and family gather together to exchange sweets and greet each other. Considering this, we bring you a list of some classic mithais that you can include in your festive feast. Take a look.
  • Jalebi

    Click here for recipe Jalebi is a crispy delight, dunked in sweet sugary syrup. You can enjoy it as is or pair with cold rabdi or dahi to experience a burst of flavours on your palate.
  • Gulab Jamun

    Click here for recipe Gulab Jamun has a dedicated fan base. It is soft, sweet and melts in mouth in just no time. If fact, it tastes the best when served hot.
  • Rasgulla

    Click here for recipe The classic Bengali mithai, no celebration (in Bengal) seems complete without rasgulla. Soft, cheesy roundels, soaked in light syrup, rasgulla defines indulgence.
  • Rasmalai

    Click here for recipe Although it has its origin in Bengali cuisine, today the popularity of rasmalai breaks the barriers and goes beyond the region. You will find rasmalai in every sweet shop across the country and can easily make it at home too.
  • Kalakand

    Click here for recipe Another creamy desi mithai, kalakand makes a popular choice across the country. All you need is milk and cottage cheese to make this halwai-style creamy dish.
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