Celebrate MahaShivratri With These Sweets

Celebrate MahaShivratri With These Sweets

India is a land of multiple festivals related to different religions and we as a country enjoy and celebrate each festival with equal zeal and joy. One such major festival is Maha Shivratri which is celebrated to enjoy the occasion of marriage of Lord Shiva among the Hindus.

And just like any other festival, Maha Shivratri too has some authentic sweets associated with it which people can enjoy while celebrating the festival. These sweets play a pivotal role in making the festival more exciting as people really look forward to indulging in their delicious taste to celebrate the festivities.

Therefore, in this blog, we would be discussing the top delicious and tasty sweets that people can enjoy during Maha Shivratri to enjoy the festival. Moreover, these sweets will also let them have a good time with their near and dear ones.

Top sweets to have during Maha Shivratri

As Maha Shivaratri marks the marriage of Lord Shiva, we also have listed certain sweets that you can easily find during weddings. Therefore, relax and enjoy reading this tasty list of sweets:

1: Kheer

Only the name is enough to bring water to our mouths. Kheer is nostalgic. I mean it has been years and this simple, humble, superlative sweet has not lost either its charm or taste. Also known as Traditional Indian Rice Pudding, kheer is made of basmati rice, nuts, sugar, cardamom, milk, etc.

Although there are many variations that people can use according to their taste to make kheer, the basic one that is prevalent everywhere is shared with you. Thus, this Maha Shivaratri, if you want to enjoy the festival having the tastiest kheer available, visit our store or order online now!

2: Kaju Katli

If we say that Kaju Katli has its own and huge fan following, it will not be an overstatement. People are fond of this sweet to the core and Kaju Katli too, lives up to its name and never disappoints. As the name itself suggests, the main ingredient in this sweet is Kaju (Cashew). Other than this, one would need ghee, water, sugar and cardamom powder in proportionate amounts to make this tasty and delicious sweet.

Kaju Katli has a mix of Barfi like and crunchy taste which makes the sweet different from its peers. Moreover, be it at Maha Shivaratri, or Holi or Diwali, Kaju Katli due to its amazing qualities has become a household name during any festival.

3: Kesar Badam Basundi

Kesar Badam Basundi is one of the staple sweets that is served in Indian households during the majority of the festivals and the story of Maha Shivaratri is no different. Also known as Saffron Almond Condensed Milk, the main ingredients of this highly popular traditional sweet is saffron strands, sliced almonds, sugar, cardamom powder and high fat milk.

Although there is different variation to this sweet delicacy, the basic one is infused with saffron and garnished with almonds. It is a simple, homely Indian sweet and thus is very famous during important festivals like Maha Shivaratri. Moreover, if you too want to experience Kesar Badam Basundi in its most traditional form, buy it now from Mithai and More!

4: Angoori Basundi

On the occasion of Maha Shivaratri, many people observe a day’s fast to mark their respect for Lord Shiva. Therefore, there is a sweet that can be enjoyed by people during fast and celebrate the festival in a tastier way.

We can say that Angoori Basundi is very similar to Rasmalai. The only difference here is the size of the gullas because here instead of the gullas, you have Angoors (Grapes). Other than grapes, the main ingredients of this recipe are: milk, paneer, sugar, cornflour, kesar strands and cardamom powder.

The main attraction of this farari dessert is that as mentioned earlier, it can also be enjoyed by people who are observing their fast. Thus, during Maha Shivaratri and other festivals also, this sweet becomes a must have and should be enjoyed to the core.

5: Rajwadi Lassi

Let us end this list with a tinge of class and royalness. Rajwadi Lassi, as we can understand by the name, brings in a royal attitude along with the taste and flair. It is made by mixing spices, water, dry fruits and of course yogurt. Moreover, Lassi is one of the greatest coolers during summer time and it can be served at any time of the day.

The fact that Maha Shivaratri falls on the onset of summer in India makes Rajwadi Lassi an even more delicious sweet to have to celebrate this festival. At Mithai and More, we serve Rajwadi Lassi in its most authentic form in a Kullad so that neither the taste nor royalness of the sweet is lost anywhere. Thus, shop with us and enjoy the festival of Maha Shivaratri with the tastiest sweets available in the market.

India as a country is known for its festivals as each one has its own importance. Moreover, along with the festivals, it is the food, especially the sweets. Therefore, at Mithai and More, we happen to serve the sweets to the best of the quality and according to the taste of our targeted audience. Shop with us at Mithai and More now and feel the difference yourself.