Rakhi Special: Woo your brothers’ taste buds with easy recipes

All set to celebrate your close bond with siblings on Rakhi? Tying the sacred thread is not enough. Put your culinary skills to the test and prepare some delicious desserts for your siblings.

As the saying goes,“the way to a man&’s heart is though his stomach”… this Raksha Bandhan, take that little extra effort to prepare some home-cooked desserts, especially for your brother.

To make this Raksha Bandhan memorable, Gits shares easy-to-prepare dessert recipes, which can help convey your feelings without having to put it in words.

Here are three quick and easy dessert recipes:

Gulab Jamun with fruit cream

Take some fresh cream in a bowl and whip it properly. Add some fresh fruits as per your choice. Put the fresh cream with fruits in serving bowls and add a Gits Gulab Jamun on top. Garnish with mint leaves and serve.

Jalebi and Rabdi with rose-flavoured whipped cream

Take a spoonful of Gits rabdi and spread it on a serving plate as a base. Pile the Gits jalebi on top of this base of rabdi and top it with rose-flavoured whipped cream. Decorate with rose petals and serve.

Kheer rice pudding

Once the ‘kheer’ is cooked, add one cup of chhena and mix well. Serve it in a bowl. Add sugar on top and bake it for 20 minutes at 180 degree Celsius.

You can also view tutorials of the recipes curated by Pankaj Bhadouria online at www.youtube.com/gitsfood.

This Raksha Bandhan, don’t rely on the market sweets, take a few minutes out and make the festival a memorable and special one!

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