This 21st February, Shivratri is coming to bring a lot of happiness to you. People will celebrate it by worshipping Lord Shiva, preparing dessert dishes at home. Apart from fasting, people will be celebrating Mahashivratri by preparing sweet dishes at home.
People who will be celebrating Shivratri 2020, must try their hands on making these 5 dishes at home:
The dish is creamy, rich, and lip-smacking that should be tried on this coming occasion of Shivratri 2020. Very similar to the Ras Malai, Angoor Rabri too uses milk, sugar, and cardamom. Grape is the main ingredient of this recipe, which elevates the taste of Angoor Rabri.
From many years, thandai has been favourite of millions of people on this auspicious occasion of Shivratri. Full of nutrition, thandai is prepared by using milk, dry fruits, kesar, and some essential seeds. It tastes best when served chilled.
If preparing Thandai seems a bit difficult to you, then you can use readymade Guruji Thandai that offers great taste and natural form of all the included ingredients.
Kaju Katli Barfi
Very simple to prepare, the Kaju Katli uses cashews, Sweetener, Ghee, water, and cardamom only. Roasting the kaju powder with all these ingredients on low to medium heat flame prepares a great dessert on the occasion of Mahashivratri.
The tapioca (Sabudana) kheer is one of the most popular dishes that prepared on Shivratri. Added ingredients like almonds, cashews, and raisins make Sabudana Kheer a lip-smacking milk-used dish, which is liked by millions of people in India.
Made with wheat flour, jaggery, and ghee, this atta laddoo dish is very easy to prepare. Not only Shivratri, but you can also eat these laddoos even after the Shivratri as they can be stored in a plastic container. Shivratri must be celebrated with full joy and food preparation at home as this festival is dedicated to the joyful Lord Shiva.