Basant Panchami Food: Make these 5 traditional dishes on the day of Basant Panchami...
Basant Panchami Food: Every festival in Hinduism is celebrated with great pomp. Every year we all celebrate the festival of Basant Panchami on the Panchami day of Shukla Paksha of Magha month. Mother Saraswati is worshiped everywhere on this day. Mother Saraswati loves the yellow color very much, in such a situation, wearing yellow color and eating a yellow dish on Basant Panchami is considered very auspicious.
If you also want Maa Saraswati to be pleased with you, then this news is for you only. Today in this news, we will tell you about some such traditional dishes which are considered very auspicious to make on the day of Basant Panchami. You can easily make them at home too.
A dish in South Asian cuisine made of rice and lentils
Although the importance of making khichdi is more on Makar Sankranti, eating yellow-colored khichdi is very auspicious even on Basant Panchami. This khichdi is made from rice and arhar or gram dal. Its taste can be further enhanced by adding ghee to it.
Kesari Rice or Sweet Rice
Making and eating sweet rice on Basant Panchami is considered very auspicious. This dish is specially made by Punjabi people. From children to elders, sweet rice is liked a lot.
Coconut ice cream
Coconut barfi is often made for the enjoyment of Maa Saraswati. Adding a little saffron to it enhances its taste and makes it look more beautiful.
On the day of Basant Panchami, people often make boondi laddoos in yellow sweets. It is distributed in Prasad.
If you are thinking of making yellow sweets for Maa Saraswati's bhog, then Kesari Rajbhog is a better option. It is prepared from paneer. The saffron-colored syrup added to it enhances its taste.