Dussehra Traditional Sweets: Taste these traditional sweets tasted during Dussehra.

Dussehra or Vijay Dashami is the celebration of the victory of good over evil.

While on one hand Maa Durga kills demons like Mahishasura and Durga Puja is performed, Dussehra is celebrated considering the end of Ravana at the hands of Shri Ram as a symbol of victory of good over evil.

These festivals and celebrations are days of celebrating together and feeding together.

No festival in our country is complete without sweets.

On Dussehra also sweets are made in homes.

On this Dussehra, you can also make some special sweets at home, which are also associated with our tradition and which will be liked by the guests visiting your home.

Dussehra Traditional Recipes:

1. Coconut Barfi

Coconut barfi is made in homes on Dussehra and Durga Puja.

For this, grate the coconut and add sugar to it.

Put sugar and coconut in a pan and cook it.

Add cardamom and cashew nuts to it and spread it on the plate.

When it cools down, cut it into the shape of barfi. 

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2. Nut Kheer

On Dussehra, people also like to eat dry fruit kheer.

For this, boil the milk well and add sugar, cardamom and nuts to it, let it thicken.

Serve when cooled. 

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3. Rasgulla

Especially in Bengal, on Durga Puja and Dussehra, rasgullas are made in homes.

It is also quite easy to make.

Make a chenna of milk and smooth it by mashing it with your palms.

Now prepare sugar and water syrup and cook it by adding rasgullas, serve hot.

4. Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun is definitely made in Dussehra in most of the houses of North India.

It is prepared with khoya, ghee, sugar, cardamom and rose water.

Its taste completely dissolves in the mouth.

5. Besan Barfi 

Besan barfi is one of the traditional sweets.

Besan laddus are also made in many places.

For gram flour barfi, it is prepared by roasting gram flour in ghee and adding sugar and cardamom powder to it, whose taste is liked by all.

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