One dish that commonly features during Indian festivals is Meethe Chawal or sweet rice. Loaded with nuts and spices, it is a favourite among all.
In a recent video by Youtuber Gaurav Vasan he shows us the process of how meethe chawal are cooked for thousands of pilgrims who visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah.
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The sweet taste and grainy texture of rice mixed with dry fruits and saffron just melt in our mouths in every bite. Check out how to make this delicious dish!