As Dussehra 2022 is all set to arrive, it is time to deck up things and prepare for the day. The festival of Dussehra embarks on the triumph over evil.
As Dussehra 2022 is all set to arrive, it is time to deck up things and prepare for the day. The festival of Dussehra embarks on the triumph over evil. To celebrate the win over evils does welcome a sweet party. But, then, many of us don’t get much time to prepare sweets and other festive delicacies. However, we present a few of the most loved and traditional Indian sweet recipes you can cook quickly at home without much preparation and shopping. Read and know about it in detail.
1. Kalakand Recipe:
If there is some paneer, then add a tinge of twist to it by preparing a yummy Kalakand from it. Read all the ingredients and detailed Kalakand recipe below and prepare it easily. You will need around 20-25 minutes for preparation to cooking.
● Cardamom powder or Elaichi - 1 tsp
● Paneer or cottage cheese - 500 grams
● Nestlé Everyday Dairy Whitener - 2 tbsp
● Nestlé MILKMAID - 1 tin
Step 1: Take a big bowl and add Nestlé Everyday Dairy Whitener, Nestlé MILKMAID and paneer altogether.
Step 2: Take a pan and heat it. Check that the bottom is thick so that the mixture does not burn. Transfer the Nestlé MILKMAID mixture and pour it into this pan.
Now, keep the pan aside. Take a plate and grease it. Spread this mixture on the greased plate evenly. You can also use butter paper instead of directly greasing it. Now let it cool. One can cut the pieces in the desired shape.
2. Lauki ka Halwa
The lauki ka halwa is one of the most delicious sweet recipes which can be prepared and relished on Dussehra. This is a quick recipe, and you will surely enjoy the process of preparing it. Read and know about the recipe in detail.
● Cardamom Powder or Elaichi Powder - 1 tsp
● Green food color - ¼ tsp
● Lauki or Dooshi - 4 cups (grated)
● Almonds or badam - 5 (chopped)
● Raisins or Kishmish - 1 tbsp
● Cashew Nuts or Kaju - 5 (chopped)
● Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk - 1 cup
● Nestlé Everyday Shahi Ghee - ½ cup
● Nestlé MILKMAID - ½ tin
Step 1: Take a pan and heat it. Ensure that the bottom of the pan is thick enough. Put Nestlé Everyday Shahi Ghee. Once the ghee is heated, add almonds, raisins, and cashew nuts to fry them until they turn golden brown.
Step 2: Now, put the grated lauki in the pan and saute it.
Step 3: Pour Nestlé a+ Nourish Milk into the pan and cook the lauki until it becomes soft and mushy. If needed, add the green food color. Mix the entire mixture properly.
Step 4: Pour Nestlé MILKMAID into the mixture and keep stirring it. The mixture should become thick.
Step 5: Drizzle elaichi powder on the halwa and mix it properly. Keep it aside and serve it hot.
Now that you have these two quick and easy recipes, you will have a special Dussehra with your family with homemade sweets.