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Rakhi Recipes have some of the most delightful savouries for the festival of Raksha Bandhan, one of India's most beautiful festivals that celebrates love and feeling of oneness between brothers and sisters. Rakhi holds a special significance in the Indian tradition and culture. Sisters prepare some special Rakhi delicacies for their loving brothers. Here is a compilation of some easy but exquisite dishes for Rakhi which will fetch praises for the sisters. Some mouth-watering sweet dishes enjoyable for the brothers.
 
Gulab Jamuns
Ingredients:
1 cup Milk, Rose Water, 2 tbsp Ghee , ½ cup Maida, 250 gm Sugar, 1½ cup Water, 250 gm Khoya, Oil for deep frying, A pinch of Baking powder, 1/4 tsp. cardamom powder,1 pinch crushed saffron
Steps:
Crumble the khoya. Then mix the melted ghee with maida/flour and baking powder with little milk. Add the cardamom powder and crushed saffron with it. Mix all those evenly to make soft dough. Then make some small balls in equal shape and keep them under a wet cloth to remain it soft.Then make the syrup by heating water and adding sugar and stirring.
Stir the mixture constantly till it becomes sticky. Then heat the ghee in a pan and put the balls into it. Deep fry them until they are dark brown in colour. Put those into the sugar syrup. Leave it for 10 minutes. Add rose water in it to make it a sweet smelling dish. And now it is absolutely ready to serve.
Ladoos
Ingredients:
2 cups Ghee, 2 cups Besan,3/4 cups Sugar,· ¼ tsp Yellow colour, · ½ tsp Cardamom powder,· 2 tbsp Almonds, finely chopped,· Jaggery

Steps:
Heat the jaggery in a wok or frying pan until it melts into a consistent fluid. Mix besan with water and add some yellow colour or kesar in it. Stir well until it mixes thoroughly. After some time the jaggery will start to firm up. Heat the ghee. Fry the boondies well. Add the fried boondies, almonds, cardamom powder and mix well. Then remove the mixture from heat. Lightly grease your fingers and palm with the ghee and with a tablespoon scoop up the mixture, take it on the palm and compress it into ladoos and leave it till dry. However, care must be taken to prevent palms from getting burn.

         
 
 
   
 
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