From Mawa Kachori to Thal Ki Barfi, these desserts are a must-try this Diwali!
The most awaited and joyous time of the year is round the corner. Even though we get a lot tired while doing Diwali ki safai, we still feel excited about this festival due to many reasons. One of them is indulgence in delicious mithais. Right? Diwali is celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm in almost every part of the country. Every single region offers a great variety of desserts that are not alike. Today, let us talk about some delicious and mouth-watering desserts from Rajasthan that will make you feel royal this Diwali.
Moong Dal Halwa
Moong Dal Halwa is a famous Rajasthani delight and is so delicious that could be hardly expressed. This soulful dessert is a winter specialty in the state because of its high energy and nutrient content. Moong Dal is roasted for a long time to get the perfect aroma and texture and this halwa turns out to be a beautiful concoction of moong dal, jaggery, ghee, and nuts.
This exotic kachori could be everything you were looking for this Diwali. Rajasthan is synonymous with kachori and mawa kachori is yet another delight from the state. Dipped in sugar syrup and coated with cardamom powder, mawa kachori has dry fruits, nuts, and mawa filling. If you want to have a really good time, mawa kachori is what you need.
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Thal Ki Barfi
This soulful and delightful dessert from Rajasthan is too creamy and literally melts in the mouth. Made up of mawa, paneer, and sugar, this dessert gets ready in no time. Not because it’s tasty but gets ready in like 10 minutes, this could be the perfect dessert for Diwali. This barfi will be much better than the barfi you buy from sweet shops. Why don’t give it a try this Diwali?
Doodh Ke Laddo
As its name suggests, this dessert is made from doodh or milk. Main ingredients of this dessert are milk powder, condensed milk, and boondi. When formed into laddos, this dessert tastes like heaven, and you cannot stop yourself from having more than just one bite. This delight is something you should definitely not miss this Diwali.
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Quite similar to thal ki barfi, Gulab sakri is its modern version. Made up of condensed milk, rose water, saffron, and mawa, this dessert can save you from a lot of hassle and will definitely make you feel royal. And why not!! It is a Rajasthani treat after all.
These were some of the traditional desserts from Rajasthan that are Diwali special. Let us know which one you tried and liked the most.