Raksha Bandhan is a day of celebration. Among the most popular sweets are Laddoos, Jalebi, Besabn Burfi, Gulab Jamun, and Ragda chaat.
18 Best Indian Food To Prepare For This Raksha Bandhan

18 Best Indian Sweets and dishes for Raksha Bandhan 2022

Raksha Bandhan is a festival that honors the link between brothers and sisters; Raksha Bandhan is quickly approaching, and families all over India have begun preparing for the festivities at home.

1. Sev Puri Multigrain

Serve the papdi with boiling potatoes on a dish. Combine chopped onion, tomatoes, coriander, green chili, and avocado in a mixing bowl. To serve, toss the avocado mixture with the potatoes. Spread the spicy beans over the avocado mixture, then top with the spicy bean sprouts and mint-tamarind chutney.


2. Ignited Almond Kofta

This kofta recipe is full of Almonds, Milk, Nutmeg, and Potatoes, as well as combined spices and burned to perfection, for the health-conscious family or friends. It's a fairly simple dish to make at home.


3. Anjeer Kaju Roll

Anjeer Kaju rolled with Cashews, Figs, and Pistachios with Cardamom, Saffron, Sugar, and Honey cooked with Beetroot juice.


4. Mango Basil Colada

The freshness of basil leaves, along with fleshy mango slices blended with coconut water, is precisely what you need in these heat months;


5. Cranberry Panna

Cranberry Panna, which would simply rejuvenate you for the remainder of the day; This drink contains cumin, elaichi, garam masala, green chilies, mint leaves, and the ever-healthy chia seeds.


6. Tandoori Gobhi

What could be better for a different starter than tandoori gobhi? This cauliflower recipe will not disappoint your visitors; first, boil the gobhi for 5-7 minutes, then marinade it with Cumin, Gusto, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Red Chili, Ajwain, and Methi seeds before grilling and serving with chutney.


7. Kimami Sewaiyan

Kimani sewaiyan will command your cate table after you add Lotus seeds, Almonds, Cashews, and Raisins to a blend of roasted Sewai, Makhana, Coconut, and Milk.


8. Handi Paneer

Nothing beats a creamy and delectable paneer curry for the main meal at any celebration.

Handi paneer is eaten with butter naan or tandoori roti and paneer cells are cooked in a blazing hot curry comprising spices, tomato, and curd.


9. Goda Masala Pasta

Your family like Italian food, but do you enjoy anything masala? Celebrate Raksha Bandhan with a delectable combination of both; This delectable recipe has a special Maharashtrian touch of Goda masala sauce. While this recipe is not vegetarian, you can substitute mushrooms for the chicken during Raksha Bandhan.


10. Sabudana Kheer

Tapioca pudding, also known as Sabudana Kheer, is a dessert prepared from tapioca plums and milk. This kheer is popular in India during the festive season.


11. Magas

Magas also known as Magaj or Magaz, is a Gujarati-style besan burfi/ladoo composed of gram flour, ghee, cardamom, sugar, and nuts.


12. Besan Barfi

Besan Barfi, also known as Besan ki Chakki, is a delicious, fudgy, and melt-in-your-mouth traditional sweet. Besan ki Burfi is a traditional treat made from gram flour, ghee, and sugar, and seasoned with cardamom and saffron.


13. Laddoo with Coconut

Coconut Almond Balls, also known as Nariyal Badam Laddoo, are a simple dessert recipe prepared with almonds, desiccated coconut (nariyal), and condensed milk. Coconut Ladoo is a quick delicious recipe that takes about 20 minutes to prepare.


14. Kheer

Kheer, also known as Payasam, is a popular Indian treat for special occasions. It is primarily a rice pudding made with rice and milk, saffron, cardamom, and various dried fruits.


15. Moong Dal Halwa

A wonderful dessert cooked of split lentils (moong dal), sugar, and ghee, with cardamom and saffron flavors; the most popular Indian sweet to make for Raksha Bandhan.


16. Custard Jars with Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun Custard Jars are an Indian festival treat that combines soft cooling custard and sweet Gulab Jamun and is garnished with broken Pistachios and Rose petals.


17. Ladoo with Besan

Besan Ladoo is the most popular Indian treat to prepare for any occasion. To prepare these amazing melt-in-your-mouth sweet balls, you'll need a lot of things like Gram flour, Ghee, and Sugar.


18. Lapsi

Lapsi is a sweet dessert cooked with roasted broken wheat (Dalia) and candied with Jaggery. This cracked wheat Recipe, adorned with almonds and seasoned with cardamom, is ideal for the holiday.

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