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Hariyali Teej 2020: 7 Delicious Dishes That You Can Cook Yourself On Teej
Happy Teej: Know about the history and significance of this festival and cook some amazing dishes yourself for your family and friends.
Happy Teej 2020: Seven Delicious Dishes That You Can Cook Yourself On Teej
New Delhi: The holy month of Sawan has come when Indian women gear up to celebrate Hariyali Teej every year. This year, Hariyali Teej will be celebrated on 23rd July.
Renowned across many states of India, the festival is quite a catch in the northern states like Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Bihar. This festival is mainly celebrated by women who dedicate the entire month to the holy union of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Women wait eagerly for this festival when they gather together and pray for the well being of their partner and of course a happy married life. However, this festival is also a chance to give up the daily routine for a day and dress up beautifully in green saree and green bangles as green is considered auspicious for the festival. On Teej, women get a chance to decorate swings with flowers and leaves and ride them with their friends and family and also sit together to listen to old folks of Shiva and Parvati.
On this day, many women observe fast and only eat fruits. However, the best part comes when fast is over and the family jumps into delicious delicacies like ghewar, gujiya, kachori, and much more.
Here are some mouth-watering dishes that you can prepare for this Teej and have a luscious festival.
There is no happy occasion that is complete without sweet dishes. Ghewar is a must food item during Teej for people with a sweet tooth. This is a round-shaped dessert dipped in sugar syrup. This is available in almost every sweetmeat shop. However, you can also make it yourself with some simple ingredients and satisfy your craving.
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What kaju barfi is to Diwali, Gujiya is to Teej. In simple words, it is a must. Gujiya are fried pockets filled with luscious khoya, nuts, coconut and jaggery. These yummy dumpling-like pockets are loved by all and will definitely make your day beautiful.
Indian households are famous for making kheer on every occasion. There's no reason to not cook it on teej, right? Kheer is a rice and milk pudding with lots of sugar and nuts. There are multiple versions of kheer across different states of India but every type of it is lip-smacking and delicious.
Every one of you must have heard of pancakes. Malpua is basically an Indian style pancake which is made of rice flour and dipped in ghee and sugar syrup for enhancing the flavors. Even thought of it will definitely make your mouth watery.
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In this month of monsoon, everyone loves Samosas, right?
Samosas are little flour pockets filled with delicious stuffing. You can easily find its recipe on the internet and cook it by giving a special effect of yourself.
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6) Dal Baati
This is basically a Rajasthani delicacy that is served with dal.
It is a gram flour dough deep-fried, dipped in ghee and served with a delicious dal. If you haven't had it till now, definitely try it on this Teej.
7) Pyaaz Kachori
Flavors are a shining star in the Indian dishes. Kachoris are flour dough round pockets filled with Indian spices and served with golden brown onion and tamarind chutney. If you are a foodie, this is a must dish for you on this Teej.
These dishes are a dream come true for all the foodies out there.
In this quarantine, try to cook these dishes yourself and have a happy and prosperous Teej.