Rakhi is a unique festival in India that includes a special significance for Hindu religion. This festival is synonymous to the pious bond of love and affection between a brother and a sister. Raksha Bandhan is marked by the tying rakhi thread around the wrist of her brother. In return, the brother presents a gift to his sister and take pledge to look after her for a lifetime.

Like all other Indian festival, Raksha Bandhan also calls for a celebration with gourmet treat. Try making some finger licking Rakhi recipes for your brother on this feast full occasion. Check out the delicious recipes of Rakhi Ghevar & Khoya Burfi.

Rakhi Ghevar

Preparation Time: 60 minutes

Serves: 8-10

Khoya Burfi

Preparation Time: 60 minutes

Serves: 10-12

Your Khoya burfee is ready to serve or refrigerate.

Method for making Kheer:
  1. 1. Add milk in a thick bottom vessel and let it boil for few minutes in low flame.

  2. 2. Stir frequently so that the milk does not get stick while boiling.

  3. 3. Add sugar into the milk and stir constantly until the sugar dissolves.

  4. 4. Pour rice in the boiling milk & sugar mixture and stirring at intervals, let it boil for another few minutes.

  5. 5. When the rice is cooked, use the chopped pistachios, almonds, cashew nuts raisins and cardamoms for garnishing.

Kheer tastes its best when served cold.