Republic Day – Easy Homemade Sweet Dishes

Republic Day- Easy Homemade Sweet Dishes
You can cook these simple and delicious dishes very easily for Republic Day.

1. Gajar ka Halwa

Ingredients:
Carrots- 10 nos, medium size
Milk-3 cups
Sugar-8 tbsp
Ghee-3 tbsp
Almonds-10 nos
Preparation:
1. Wash and peel and grate all the carrots in a bowl.
2. Peel the almonds and cut them roughly into long pieces to garnish on the halwa.
How to Cook:
Take a heavy  bottom pan, put it on the stove and add the grated carrot. Stir the carrots for some time and now add 3 cups of milk and let it cook for some time. In between keep stirring so that the grated carrot does not stick to the bottom. Once all the milk has been reduced, add sugar and stir and let it cook for some more time.Once you notice that the halwa is nicely cooked, add some ghee and mix it well and after a minute turn off the flame. Now transfer the cooked gajar ka halwa in a plate or bowl and garnish with the chopped almonds.

2. Rawa Kheer

Ingredients:
Rawa-1 cup
Ghee-2 tbsp
Sugar- 3 to 4 tbsp
Water- 3 cups
How to Cook:
Take a heavy bottom pan, turn on the flame and add ghee and rawa. Roast the rawa in ghee for some time. Keep stirring the rawa to get a slightly golden color and then add 3 cups of water and let the rawa cook on a low flame. You can decide the consistency of the kheer depending on whether you want slightly thick or runny kheer. Once the kheer is cooked, let it cool and transfer into a bowl.

3. Bread Sweets

Ingredients:
Bread slice- 2 nos
Milk- 1 small cup
Sugar- 2 tbsp
Ghee- 2 tbsp
How to Cook:
Cut the corners of the bread slices. Take a pan and add ghee, now fry the bread on both sides till they become golden and a bit crispy. Do the same with the other slice. Now boil the milk and add sugar to it. In a tray, take the fried bread slices and the milk on them. Once the bread becomes soft and absorbs all the milk let it cool and your dish is ready to serve.
Disclaimer: The views, opinions and positions (including content in any form) expressed within this post are those of the author alone. The accuracy, completeness and validity of any statements made within this article are not guaranteed. We accept no liability for any errors, omissions or representations. The responsibility for intellectual property rights of this content rests with the author and any liability with regards to infringement of intellectual property rights remains with him/her.