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Rakshabandhan 2021: 7 Traditional Sweets To Celebrate Rakhi With Your Siblings

Planning to host a rakhi party at home? Here're some mithai options to make the day extra special for you and your siblings.
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  • Rakshabandhan 2021: 7 Traditional Sweets To Celebrate Rakhi With Your Siblings

    Raksha Bandhan is just around the corner, and the preparations for the festival have already begun. From planning what gifts to get to what food to make, we all search for recipes to make this day extra special for our siblings. And as we plan what all to make, the celebrations are certainly marked with the delectable Indian desserts. So whether it is a rasmalai, a gulab jamun or any other thing, let us see what all sweets we can easily make at home and enjoy with your family!
  • Shrikhand

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    A thick creamy, Indian dessert from Maharashtra and Gujarat, Shrikhand has a delicious yoghurt topped with Elaichi powder. Also known as 'Matho', this delicious dessert is relished throughout India.
  • Besan Barfi

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    You only need a few ingredients are used to make this barfi. This mouthwatering treat is made from besan cooked with ghee and sugar and is absolutely delicious!
  • Rasmalai

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    Rasmalai, a scrumptious Bengali dessert prepared with chhena balls soaked in malai, is an all-time favourite Indian treat.
  • Kulfi

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    Who doesn't love a cold stick of kulfi? And in this weather, it is undoubtedly perfect to have! This dessert is made with reduced milk flavoured with saffron, cardamom, pistachio and almonds, served chilled.
  • Seviyan Kheer

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    This thick and tasty dessert made of seviyan, milk, cardamom, almonds, and sugar is super easy and tasty. This is a simple meal to make at home and serve at a dinner party.
  • Shahi Tukda

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    This simple and crunchy recipe is all about indulgence. Made with milk, honey, saffron and bread, this Royal dessert has long been a part of our culture.
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