Today being Janmasthami, aka lord Krishna’s birth and we in India and abroad are celebrating it with full zest .Lord Krishna was fond of all the milk products stuff like the most loved one is Makhan Misri which I’ll be sharing with you. This makhan misri can be made without any occasion as well,it tastes best when you have them with puris or parathas.A traditional way of making, completely authentic.
On this prayer and puja is done at midnight with all the bhajans and dance,and it’s my belief and experience that it rains on Janmasthami, it way be a drizzle but it will ,so this year as well it rained at midnight. Jai shree Krishna!!!
Let’s get the recipe
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- 1 cup fresh makhan
- 1/2 cup misri/khadi sakhar
- 1 tablespoon chopped pistachios
- Few saffron strands
- Take bowl and mix all the given ingredients
- Garnish with chopped pistachios
- Makhan misri is ready to be offered as prasad or simple indulgence
- Until then keep exploring…..