Raksha Bandhan is celebrated every year with great pomp and gusto. Sisters and brothers try their best to make this auspicious day the most memorable one with their unconditional love for each other. So, what special are you planning to do this Raksha Bandhan? Though there are countless ways to celebrate it but nothing beats the charm of handmade mouth-watering Indian Desserts. There is something unique about Indian desserts, because it is hard to find even a single person who doesn’t enjoy eating them. So, to help you plan your dessert menu, we have covered five Indian desserts that are not only delicious, but also easy to make.
Rabri, a popular north Indian dessert recipe is for Raksha Bandhan. Everyone in your family, especially brothers are sure to love this creamy, smooth, and chilled delicacy. Though the recipe is a little time consuming affair, but the end result is worth the effort. All you need is milk, sugar, almonds, pistachios, saffron, rose essence, and elaichi powder and some basic culinary skills to master the recipe.
2. Badam Payasam
Badam payasam or kheer is a sweet and flavorful (taste of badam) dessert made from badam and milk with a little bit of ghee, saffron, and cardamom powder mixed in it, for more rich flavor. Given the goodness of almond, it makes a perfect dessert for rakhi celebration.
3. Mysore Pak
A delicious dessert from Southern India, Mysore Pak is made from chickpea flour, ghee, and sugar. It’s a fail safe dessert to add more sweetness to brother-sister love. However, you will have to be careful during the preparation. Correct measurement of the ingredients is the key to mastering this traditional mouth watering Indian dessert.
4. Almond Banana Kheer
Almond banana kheer is a rich dessert with high nutritional value, as almond is known to reduce body cholesterol and boost immunity. To prepare this dessert you cook puree almond and bananas with sugar and milk, topped with finely chopped pistachios to add a hint of flavor and color to this delicious creamy dessert.
5. Motichoor Laddoo
Motichoor ladoos are one of the most enjoyed desserts across India, during almost every occasion. The recipe is easy to prepare and less time consuming. These ladoos are made of finely prepared boondi cooked with sugar syrup, ghee, and sliced nuts. Garnish these ladoos with finely sliced pistachios.
Dessert recipes mentioned in the post are not only easy to make, but also sure to add more sweetness to your relationship with your brother. Hand made desserts recipe is another way to convey your love for your beloved brother along with a beautiful rakhi. If you don’t have time to prepare any of these desserts, you can buy rakhi gift combos, such as kaju roll and traditional rakhi gift hamper, rasgulla special sweet rakhi combo, and more at Archies Online.