Indians believe in reveling in sumptuous delicacies during festivals. These are times when life for us,is like onenon-stop gastronomic journey. Our palettes love sweet and for many Indians almost every day ends with something sweet, even if it’s just a spoonful of sugar!
Now that the festive season is around the corner, it is all about exotic Indian sweets and traditional decorations. From Onam to Holi, from Durga Pooja to Makar Sankranti – celebrations are incomplete without gorging on some sweet dishes and doing up your house festively.
It’s also true that Indians are always in a festive mood. Everyone loves to do up their house all around the year – whether it is your mother using a new agarbathie every day or your grandma putting out a nice rangoli every morning. You can now make any space beautiful with a range of Prayer Accessories and Essentials from PurePrayer. From Incense Sticks to Pooja Thaalis to Incense Holders and more – the portal comes with a range of traditional Pooja items and decors that you will just love!
Cycle PureAgarbathies recommends you five desserts that will be instant crowd-pleasers and will have your guests craving for more. Simple to prepare, these popular Indian desserts are deliciously popular!
One of our beloved Indian favorite is the Gulab Jamun – popular among young and old alike.
Just mash some khoya together and roll them into balls. Fry these balls till they are golden brown and then dip them leave them in a bowl of sugar syrup. To make this lip-smacking, you can add some cardamom, elaichi and saffron to the sugar syrup!
This one is a royal treat to the taste buds. A Mughal invention, this is a sweet loved all across the country.
Fry pieces of bread till they are golden. Prepare rabri or even kheer out of milk by thickening it with sugar and, for an added taste, cardamom and elaichi. Spread the bread on a plate and pour the rabri/kheer over the breads in generous amounts. You can garnish them with dry fruits and watch them vanish off the plate in seconds!
Payasam in a delightful Indian dessert made of boiling rice in milk and sugar or jaggery. It is a delicious pudding – a popular and healthy dish.
Gajar Ka Halwa
One of the easiest to prepare is this dish, and one of the most loved ones. Just boil grated carrot in condensed milk, some ghee and sugar. Garnish it with dry fruits for an icing of flavor and it can be eaten both hold and cold.
Another simpleton, this one is easily prepared with condensed milk or chana mixed with sugar dry syrup. And it is delicious as anything. You can mold the condensed milk out to any shape and add your favorite flavors to make them your very own recipes.
But celebrations are not only about particular festivals, right? Give your pooja offerings an extra touch of purity around the year with some Decorative Garlands and Thoranams. Now you can give your home a festive touch all the year round!
Happy festive season, folks! Spread the love and cheer!