9 Best Diwali-special Traditional Sweets Recipes For 2020 | Diwali Recopies 2020




The celebration of Diwali is incomplete without lip-smacking traditional Indian sweets. Diwali is the time when everyone wants to indulge in festive spirits and look forward to celebrating lavishly by splurging on some delicious Diwali sweets. Let’s make a difference with Diwali 2020 by preparing some easy traditional Indian delicacies. Homemade recipes Ke 2 Cup of Besa always Offers an incomparable taste and enormous love.

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Here are the quick and easy 9 best Diwali 2020 special recipes:



Motichoor laddoo


A mouth-watering a delicacy that tempts everyone with its exceptional flavors. These easy-to-make laddoo needs few ingredients from your kitchen to bloat your mouth with its mesmerizing taste. Take 2 cups of besan, 1 pinch of baking soda and liter of milk and mix well till it forms a smooth paste. Heat ghee in a pan. Now deep fry the paste by forming little boondis. Now strain the excess oil and put these boondi into the sugar syrup. Once cool down, shape them in delightful balls to savor.

Imarti Recipes




Another sinful delicacy which tempts the onlooker with its circular shape and drooling flavors. Soak 2 cups of urad dal for 3-4 hours. Boil water in a pan for 2 minutes and add sugar. Cook for 10 minutes till it attains two string consistency. Add some cardamom powder and saffron. Now strain out the soaked urad dal and grind it to form a smooth paste. Add some cornflour and orange color. Pour the paste in a pastry bag. Heat some ghee in a pan and pour the paste using a pastry bag to form the imarti design. Deep fry till golden brown and then transfer the imarti to the sugar syrup.

Gulab Jamun Recipes




The sweet circular shape joy which melts in your mouth to tackle your taste buds. These golden balls are an all-time favorite and everyone’s choice. Take 1 ¼ cups of grated khoya and add ½ cup of maida, 1 tbsp of milk, and 1 pinch of baking soda in it. Knead the smooth dough and then make using balls. Heat the ghee in a pan and deep fry these balls until golden brown. Prepare two-string sugar syrup and add these fried balls to them. Leave it for 10 minutes, and Gulab Jamun is ready to serve!

Moong Daal Halwa




Soak250g of moong dal for 4-5hours. Now drain out the excess water and grind it to form a smooth paste. Now heat some ghee in a pan and add moong dal paste to it. Cook it for 30 minutes on the medium flame and keep on stirring it. Now add khoya and mix it for 2 minutes. Now add sugar and milk. Cook for the next 5 minutes to receive the consistency. Use dry fruits for decoration.

Besan Burfi




Another delicacy that reminds most of us our grand-moms and hardly takes 15-20 minutes to cook. Take ½ cup of ghee and heat it in a pan. Now add 1 cup of besan and stir it for 30 minutes on low flame. Stir till it turns golden brown. Now add 100grams of Mawa and cook for another 2 minutes. Prepare one-string sugar syrup and transfer the besan mixture to this. Once the mixture settles, transfer it to the greased plate and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. Now cut into fine pieces and decorate with the roasted dry fruits.

Kaju Katli




Made from Cashew, this homemade recipe is enriched with delicious cashews to make your Diwali 2019 special. Take one cup of cashews and grind it till the smooth paste with a thick consistency. Now add this past along with some water on a medium flame. Now add some sugar and keep stirring it continuously. Now make a one-string sugar and mix some cardamom powder along with strand saffron. Now add the cashew powder in this sugar syrup. Transfer this mixture to a greased plate and let it cool down.

Cut it down in the diamond shape and decorate with a silver foil to serve.


Jalebi




A mouth-watering recipe that is famous in the Middle East and Southern Asia for its enriched taste. Also known as Zalabia and Zuliba. Take 3 cups of maida, ½ cup of cornflour, 2 cups of yogurt, and ½ pinch of baking soda. Now form a thick paste and keep it aside for 8-10 hours to fermentation. Now pout the mixture into a pastry bag. Heat ghee in a pan and start making jalebis in a circular shape using a pastry bag. Once Jalebi is ready, transfer it into two-string sugar syrup with orange color. Soak it for 5 minutes and drain. Jalebi is ready to serve. Gobble it down with Rabri.

Kalakand




Also known as milk cake, this kalakand is a renowned Indian sweet recipe that quickly melts into your mouth. Add 1 litre of milk and bring it to boil. Now add ¼ cup of paneer and mix it well. Add sugar to the taste and keep it cooking on a low flame. Keep this mixture cooking until it gets thicken. Now take out a mixture on a greased plate. Garnish it using pistachios. Cool it down and cut it into burfi pieces.

Coconut Burfi



It is a quick recipe that barely takes 15-20 minutes. Take 3 cups of grated coconut in a pan. Add 2 cups of sugar and 1 cup of milk in it. Mix it well. Stir it on a medium flame for 10-15 minutes till it gets thicken. Now transfer this thick mixture to the greased plate and let it cool down. Not cut it into equal pieces and serve.



Try out your culinary skills this Happy Diwali 2020 with these easy-to-go traditional Indian sweets recipes.

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