Top 20 Foods To Make At Home For Raksha Bandhan

top 20 foods to make at home for raksha bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is an event that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters; Raksha Bandhan is approaching, and families throughout India have already begun preparing for the festivities at home. Raksha Bandhan is a feasting day. Laddoos, Jalebi, Besabn Burfi, Gulab Jamun, and Ragda chaat are among the most popular sweets.

1. Multigrain Sev Puri

Put the papdi on a platter and top with boiled potatoes. Add chopped Onion, Tomatoes, Coriander, Green chilli, and Avocado. Toss the avocado mixture with the potatoes and serve. Spread the spicy beans on top of the avocado mixture; then put the spicy bean sprouts with mint and tamarind chutney.

Multigrain Sev Puri

2. Ignited Almond Kofta

For the health-conscious family or friends, this kofta recipe is full of Almonds, Milk, Nutmeg, and Potatoes along with mixed spices and ignited to perfection. It’s a super easy recipe to prepare at home.

Ignited Almond Kofta

3. Anjeer Kaju Roll

Anjeer Kaju rolled with Nuts and Dry fruits like Cashews, Figs & Pistachio with Cardamom, Saffron, Sugar, and Honey cooked with Beetroot juice.

Anjeer Kaju Roll

4. Mango Basil Colada

A delight, mango basil colada is a great way to start the Raksha Bandhan treat; The freshness of basil leaves, all with fleshly mango slices blended with coconut water, is just what you need in these summer months;

Mango Basil Colada

5. Cranberry Panna

Cranberry Panna that would merely refresh you for the rest of the day; Cumin, Elaichi, Garam Masala, Green Chilies, Mint leaves, and the ever-healthy Chia seeds are all included in this drink;

Cranberry Panna

6. Tandoori Gobhi

What is better than a dish of tandoori gobhi for a different starter? This recipe of cauliflower can noway go wrong with guests; firstly boiled gobhi for 5-7 minutes & then gobhi marinated with Cumin, Gusto, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Red Chili, Ajwain, and Methi seeds, then grilled and served with chutney;

Tandoori Gobhi

7. Kimami Sewaiyan

Give sewaiyan a twist by adding Lotus seeds, Almonds, Cashews, and Raisins; Cooked in a blend of roasted Sewai, Makhana, Coconut & Milk, Kimani sewaiyan is then to rule your cate table.

Kimami Sewaiyan

8. Handi Paneer

Nothing better than a rich and delightful paneer curry for the main course to celebrate any festivity;It has paneer cells cooked in a fiery hot curry of spices, Tomato & Curd; Handi paneer served with butter naan or tandoori roti;

Handi Paneer

9. Goda Masala Pasta

Your family loves Italian but do you love everything masala? Celebrate Raksha Bandhan with a blend of both tasty; This mouth-watering recipe comes with a special Maharashtrian touch of Goda masala sauce. While this recipe is non-vegetarian, you can replace chicken with mushrooms for vegetarians to prepare on Raksha Bandhan;

Goda Masala Pasta

10. Pashtooni Zarda Pulao

Pashtooni zarda pulao is a delicious rice dish to serve at the festival, with rich dry fruits and Nuts cooked with Rice, Rose water, Clove, Saffron, Fennel, and Sugar;

Pashtooni Zarda Pulao

11. Magas 

Magas is a sweet made of Gram Flour, Ghee, Cardamom, Sugar, and Nuts; Magas, sweet known as Magaj or Magaz, is a Gujarati-style besan burfi/ladoo;

Magas 1

12. Besan Burfi

Besan Barfi, also called Besan ki Chakki, is an excellent, fudgy, and melt-in-mouth traditional sweet. Besan ki Burfi is an authentic sweet with just a many ingredients- gram flour, ghee, and sugar, seasoned with cardamom and saffron;

Besan Burfi

13. Coconut Laddoo

Coconut Almond Balls or Nariyal Badam Laddoo is an easy sweet Recipe; made with almond, desiccated coconut (nariyal), and condensed milk;  Coconut Ladoo is a quick sweet recipe is made in 20 minutes;

Coconut Laddoo

14. Kheer

Kheer or Payasam is an Indian favourite sweet for special occasions. It is mainly rice pudding made with Rice and Milk mixed with Saffron, Cardamom, and varied dried fruits;


15. Moong Dal Halwa

A delicious sweet made with split Lentils (moong dal), Sugar, and Ghee, along with the flavours of Cardamom and Saffron; The most popular Indian sweet to make during Raksha Bandhan.

Moong Dal Halwa 2

16. Gulab Jamun Custard Jars

An Indian festival sweet – Gulab Jamun Custard Jars; It is a combination of soft cooling custard & sweet Gulab Jamun, adorned with splintered Pistachios and Rose petals.

Gulab Jamun Custard Jars

17. Besan Ladoo

Besan Ladoo is the most popular Indian sweet to make during any celebration. You need many ingredients like Gram flour, Ghee, and Sugar to make these awesome melt-in-the-mouth sweet balls.

Besan Ladoo

18. Chocolate Peda

An easy healthy sweet loved by children and perfect for any festival; Made with just three ingredients in less than 20 minutes;

Chocolate Peda

19. Lapsi

Lapsi is a sweet dish made with roasted broken wheat (Dalia) & candied with Jaggery. Garnished with nuts and seasoned with cardamom, this cracked wheat Recipe is perfect for the festival;


20. Sabudana Kheer

Sabudana Kheer, or Tapioca pudding, is a sweet made with tapioca plums and milk. This kheer is famous during the joyful season in India;

Sabudana Kheer