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Coconut burfi is the easiest burfi that can be made at home without much effort. With simply few ingredients like desiccated coconut, sugar and some choice of dry fruits, you can make the sweet at home. So, celebrate Janmashtami with this recipe and make your family a big fan of coconut.
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Panjeeri is an Indian sweet dish that is used as Prasad during puja celebration and it is also given to new mothers after childbirth as it helps quick recovery of health. Made from whole wheat flour, ghee, sugar and dried fruits, it is also eaten in winters to ward off cold. So try making Panjeeri recipe and serve it to the guest during Janmashtami.
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In Sanskrit, Panch means five and Amrit means secret nector. Panchamrit recipe is a combination of five ingredients. Each element of this recipe has a symbolic meaning as milk stands for purity, curd represents prosperity and progeny, sugar represents sweetness, ghee stands for victory and knowledge and honey depicts unity and sweet speech. So, make this recipe at home and perform your puja and function in a traditional manner.
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Sweets not only are part of our staple fare, but they are also offered as prasad during many festivals. The Milk Peda recipe is a popular Indian sweet that is made with evaporated milk or mava. Super quick and easy to make, these pedas tastes very good and you cannot stop from having more and more. So let’s get prepared to make this recipe at home.
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Panchmewa pag is a dessert made of five types of dry fruits. This special burfi is offered during any puja and it can also be eaten in fasting days. The dry fruits can be selected according to your taste. So prepare Panchmewa pag at home and serve it as prasad to your guests.
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Apple and Almond Halwa is a mouth watering recipe for all those sweet lovers. This rich and tasty dessert is prepared with a delightful mixture of almonds and apple that gives it an altogether different taste. Serve it as a snack or after a meal and enjoy this yummy and healthy sweet this Janmashtami.
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Phool makhana are considered a delicacy and are used to prepare both snack as well as dessert recipes. Kids just love eating raw and crunchy makhana. Makhana are very light and are good for eat during days of fasting.
The taste of the dessert or kheer is enhanced with the flavour of cardamoms, kesar (saffron) and dry fruits. The kheer can be served cold or hot based on personal choice but cold one tastes more delicious.
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A popular Indian sweet dish made of thick yogurt, a dash of cardamom, saffron and rose essence, Shrikhand is one of the main food items in any Gujarati and/or Maharashtrian platter. This delicacy is very easy to prepare at home. Mother’s Zone shares with you a simple recipe of this dish that can help you make it without any difficulty.
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