Raksha Bandhan is unfinished without sweets as it is believed that sweets add more sweetness to the bond of love and this is the reason why after tying the rakhi eating sweets has been an archetypal part of the tradition.
Here below we list down 4 easy dessert recipes to try this Raksha Bandhan.
>Fruit Kheer: Celebrations and festivals are incomplete without this virtuous delight. To make a simple Kheer, just soak some rice for 1-2hours. Next, heat a vessel and add 1 liter milk to it. Once the milk looks slightly thick, reduce or turn off the flame and add sugar and soaked rice. Turn off the heat and add dry fruits and nuts, enjoy!
>Besan Ladoo: To make this quick Besan Ladoo recipe, take a large vessel and heat it on standard flame. Add besan and dry roast it nicely. Transfer this to a bowl and to the same pan and ghee. Once the ghee is melted, add the roasted besan and mix well, keep stirring. Then add in powdered sugar, a dash of cardamom powder, and keep stirring. Blubber your palms, roll small ladoos and enjoy.
>Badam Halwa: Just take 2 cups of almonds and grind them. Next, heat a pan and add some ghee, once the ghee is melted, ghee roast some sliced almonds and dry fruits. Next, to the same pan add some more ghee and add almonds powder, keep stirring this mixture. Adjust the sugar as per your liking, transfer to a plate and garnish with ghee roasted almonds and dry fruits.
>Malpua: To make this quick Malpua recipe, take a pan and add sugar along with some water, keep stirring till it attains a two string consistency. Next, take a bowl and mix khoya, maida and semolina along with a dash of cardamom powder. Gradually add milk/water to make a smooth batter. Once the batter is ready, heat a pan and ghee to it. Once the ghee is hot add a ladleful of batter, allow the Malpua to fry from both the sides and turn golden in colour, transfer the Malpuas to the sugar syrup, dunk them and serve hot!
Try the above desserts and enjoy the festivities.