Makar Sankranti foods and dishes can Be Eaten: From grinding coconut to making ladoos to crushing jaggery, there is so much to do, and very little time. So, what are you waiting for? Here are some of the ones you’ve been searching for. Get started already.
One of the biggest festivals in the country, Makar Sankranti, is just around the corner. This year, Makar Sankranti will be celebrated on 14 January 2021. Makar Sankranti marks the transition to the sun in Makar or Capricorn, marking the end of the month in the winter solstice, and the beginning of the long and warm days. In India, it is common to start preparing early for the Sankranti days, special desserts made on this day require a lot of concerted effort.
And, of course, they all deserve it- you can get the whole family working together to make a great show ahd also have a great fun on that day. From the grinding coconut to ladoos molding and also to crushing the jaggery, there is a lot of things to do and with a very little time. So, what are you waiting for ladies? Here are some of the ones you have been searching for. Get yourself the materials and get into the kitchen started already to make this mouth – watering dishes and foods.
Here are the Makar Sankranti Sweets 6 You will love:
1. Til ladoo
We would not be exaggerating if we said that the ladoo is what for Makar Sankranti what plum cakes is for Christmas. Til (or white sesame) and jaggery are the most important part of Sankranti delicacies, known for keeping your body warm and firm.
2. Gokul Pithe
The traditional Bengali dish that was widely used during Makar Sankranti’s time is ten. These are delicious fried dumplings, filled with delicious coconut fillings and jaggery. Dipped in sweet syrup, these pites are sure to pull the strings of your heart.
3.Nolen Gur Payesh
There are only a few special winter-spring items that can be very close to Nolen gur. Nolen gur is a date palm; it has a very deep, almost chocolatey flavor, which does not feel very good. Nolen gur payesh, is a watery rice pudding made by nolen gur, a favorite of Sankranti in Bengal and other parts of East India.
4. Peanuts Chikki
Chikki is a different sweet drink that you get the most in winter. It’s a flat brittle made with melted jaggery and peanuts you can add other ingredients to the mix to make your chikki chunkier.
5. Murmura ladoo
Murmura (or powdered rice) is another Sankranti base that you can’t get enough of. You may have seen these big laddos in the marketplace made from spicy rice and jaggery. Guess what? It’s not so hard to do at home anymore.
6. Gur Aur Atte Ka Halwa
This soft and deceptive treat is probably one of the easiest recipes on the list and doesn’t require a host of ingredients, any newbie can crack this recipe that always feels like a warm hug.