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Easy yet Tempting Sweet Dishes for Bhai Dooj

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The festival of Bhai Dooj remains incomplete without delicious and toothsome sweet dishes being prepared. They can also be easily sent as gifts to India for the brothers by their sisters on this occasion. Bhai Dooj takes place just a day after Diwali and as such it is another chance of rejoicing and celebrating everything grand. It is customary to feed the brother sweets on this festival apart from exchanging exclusive gifts. Due to the widespread advent and popularity of online gifting, sending gifts to India on this as well as other occasions is quite hassle free. There are a variety of special sweet dishes for this festival that are easy to make and also quite traditional.

Kaju barfi is an Indian sweet that is loved by most and it has cashew nuts as its main ingredient. The other items necessary for this process are powdered sugar, water, ghee or coconut oil and a few strands of saffron. After powdering the cashew nuts, they are to be put in the pan of sugar syrup where they will thicken and after adding the ghee a proper mithai can be created. Another favourite among most Indians is gajar ka halwa or halwa that is made out of fresh carrots. For making this, you will need milk, cardamom seeds, water, ghee, raisins, almonds, pistachios and sugar. The grated carrots are to be boiled and added to milk after which the other ingredients are to be added in due course.

There is also fruit kheer which is a delicacy made out of fresh fruits and curd and loved by everyone. Ingredients required for this delicacy are fruits like banana and orange, saffron, sugar and plain curd. After making a mixture out of all the other ingredients, the cut, peeled and segmented segmented fruits are added and allowed to soak in the other flavours. A treat of badam ka halwa that is made out of almonds can also win a number of hearts for you. The recipe also requires a few drops of saffron colour, powdered sugar, ghee as well as fresh milk. Milk is added to the soaked almonds and then made into a paste which is added to a sugar syrup and thickened with the saffron colour and ghee.

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You can try your hand at making a platter of khoya barfi that is made totally out of milk and is quite tasty. This dish also requires powdered sugar, chopped pistachios, cardamom powder as well as a silver sheet. Sugar is added into the thickened milk after which the rest of the ingredients are added to create a paste on which the silver sheet is placed. The festival of Bhai Dooj becomes more cherished with a platter of malpua that is a must have delicacy. You will only require milk, maida, suji, ghee and also water for making this awesome treat at home. The roasted suji is added to the reduced milk along with the maida and made into a batter which is fried in ghee in the shape of pancakes and then dipped in sugar syrup.

Apart from a variety of wonderful sweet delicacies, this online gift store also deals with a myriad of exciting Bhai Dooj gifts to India. The fantastic gifts for this occasion that have been showcased here includes hampers, cufflinks, gadgets and much more. Here you can get a number of men’s accessories that you can send as a gift for your dear brother. The Watch Box is made out of wood and it contains six compartmentalised sections for keeping watches. There are also charming spiritual gifts to India on this online gifting portal where you can get many options. The Auspicious Ganesha on Peacock Chowki is a gift of spiritual idol that features Lord Ganesha sitting on a decorated chowki.

These gifts along with wonderful sweet dishes can make this coming Bhai Dooj a very awesome one. Such wonderful delicacies are very easy to make and the end result is very tempting and worthwhile. You can also look for gifts for other occasions, events and festivals on this gifting site that can be sent to India.

Dipsuta Published: Oct 14, 2016 | Last Updated: May 03, 2020
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