|The joyous Baisakhi festival calls for absolute celebration and few things contribute to festivities as much as savory dishes. Check out these awesome recipes that are traditionally prepared on Baisakhi and cook these up during the festive time to give yourself and your loved ones a sumptuous treat. If you like these Baisakhi recipes, click here and share them with your friends and loved ones. Happy Baisakhi!|
|Prepare these traditional Baisakhi recipes at home and have a mouthwatering festive time.
Sarson Ka Sag
1) A bunch of Sarson (mustard greens).
2) A bunch of Spinach.
3) Onion - 1, grated.
4) Ginger - 1 small, grated.
5) Cloves - 6, grated.
6) Cheese/Paneer (for garnishing purpose).
7) Lemon Juice - 1tbsp.
8) Ghee - 2 tbsp.
9) Oil - 1 tbsp.
10) Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp.
11) Corn flour - 1tbsp.
12) Green Chillies - 3.
13) Salt (to add taste).
A knife, a long spoon and a pan.
1) Using knife, chop sarson and spinach greens.
2) Wash and drain the chopped vegetables. Keep to a side.
3) Pour some oil into the pressure cooker and heat.
4) Add the chopped greens and the green chillies into the oil. Stir for sometime.
5) Add in the ginger and garlic paste. Stir and allow some time to cook.
6) Pour in a cup of water and the salt. Put the lid over and pressure cook till done.
7) Mash the cooked sag.
8) Pour some oil in a pan and heat.
9) Pour the grated onion into the oil and saute.
10) Add in the cooked sag.
11) Mix all the other ingredients and cook until oil separates.
12) Sprinkle cheese over the preparation for garnish. Serve hot.
Aate Ke Ladoo
1) Wholewheat flour - 4 cups.
2) Sugar - 2 cups.
3) Ghee - 1 1/2 cups.
4) Cardamom powder - 1 tsp.
5) Almonds - 2 tbsp., slivered.
6) Cashews - 1 tbsp., chopped.
7) Raisins (optional) - 1 tbsp.
8) Chironji - 1 tsp., very lightly broken.
A large frying pan, an airtight container.
1) Pour ghee into the pan and melt over low heat.
2) Add in wheat flour and stir continuously, till it is light brown in colour.
3) Roast flour on very slow flame while you prepare sugar syrup of 2 1/2 thread.
4) Remove the pan from fire and add all the other ingredients into it.
5) Mix the ingredients well and form into laddoos (sweet balls), of the size you want.
6) Cool the balls completely. Serve or store in airtight container for future use.
1) Maida - 1 kg.
2) Egg - 1.
3) Yeast - 1 tsp.
4) Milk - 1/2 glass.
5) Sugar - 2 tbsp.
6) Salt (to add taste).
A mixing bowl, a wet cotton cloth and a frying pan.
1) Pour all the ingredients into the mixing bowl and combine together.
2) Pour in some warm water. Form the contents into a thick dough.
3) Cover the dough with a wet cotton cloth. Keep it aside for 5-6 hours.
4) Knead the dough again and again to make it more soft.
5) Tear small pieces from the dough and roll them into thick round balls.
6) Heat some oil in the frying pan and deep fry each ball.
NOTE: To hasten the formation of the dough, mix the flour with soda (bottled soda), a little sugar and salt.
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