Must try sweet dishes on this Baisakhi

The festival of harvest is just a few days away and you are still in fix about the special delicacies to prepare? Your worries end here as you are at the right place. In this blog, you will get ideas on preparing sweet dishes without spending much time in the kitchen.

Baisakhi or Vaisakhi is the festival of harvest. It is celebrated all over India and with different names. Baisakhi is majorly significant for the Sikh community as it marks the Punjabi New Year. The celebrations start in various parts of the country to cherish the festival in a diverse way.

Well, imagining festivity without gastronomic delights is quite difficult to imagine. Here is the list of sweets that you can try at your home in minimum time:

Mango lassi: Any Punjabi feast is incomplete without lassi. This drink is refreshing and filling to beat the scorching heat. And the best part is you can prepare it in a healthy way with least efforts. Use your Glen Active Blend, add diced pieces of mango, curd and ice cubes. If required add a small amount of sugar otherwise the sweetness of mango is enough. Garnish with chopped pistachio

Phirni: This sweet is enjoyed by people of all ages and can be prepared in a variety of flavors. Kesar, rose, chocolate, Almond and many more flavors can be tried as per choices. This delicacy is prepared using finely ground basmati rice. You can use Glen Mixer grinder to achieve the best results. Don’t forget to serve phirni in earthen clay bowls.

Peele chawal/ Meethe chawal: Yes, another rice dish that you are definitely going to devour. This dish is quite on the sweeter side. You will need few saffron strands dipped in milk. Heat some clarified butter or ghee in Glen Rice cooker, add cardamoms, cloves, cinnamon, and pepper corns. Saute for a few minutes. Put on some sliced almonds, raisins, and cashews, mix lightly. Gently add rinsed basmati rice and saffron. Cook till half. Mix sugar and cook till fully done.

Coconut Laddoo: These are best to prepare for any occasion and are equally relished by all. And yes, only a few simple ingredients are required for making them. Turn on the flame, use a thick bottom ALDA nonstick pan, Grate the coconut in Glen Food processor, add condensed milk, mix well on low heat, let the mixture cool and then shape into small balls. Serve chilled.

Hope all these sweets turn out well! Don’t forget to share your feedback through comments.

Happy Baisakhi.

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