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Celebrating Janmashtami with Makhan Mishri: A Divine Recipe

For a truly joyful celebration, indulge in the delicious richness of Makhan Mishri, a Janmashtami delicacy and Lord Krishna's favourite.
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Celebrating Janmashtami with Makhan Mishri: A Divine Recipe

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Highlights
  • Dive into the sweet essence of Janmashtami with Makhan Mishri
  • Discover the simple yet divine ingredients
  • Learn the step-by-step preparation with Sneha Singhi Upadhaya

Makhan Mishri: Janmashtami's Sweet Essence

Janmashtami, the festival commemorating Lord Krishna's birth, is incomplete without the divine and delectable Makhan Mishri. This delectable sweet dish occupies a special place in devotees' hearts because it is thought to be Lord Krishna's favourite dessert. In this article, we'll walk you through the process of cooking this delectable dessert and reveal the secret recipe to truly celebrate Janmashtami.

You'll Need Divine Ingredients

To make Makhan Mishri, you'll need a few simple yet necessary ingredients:

  • 250 ml ghee
  • 8-10 ice cubes
  • 50 gms mishri (or more as desired)
  • 8-10 Kesar strands (optional)

These ingredients combine to make a delightful dish that honours Lord Krishna's fondness for butter.

Makhan Mishri Preparation in Steps:

  • Begin by combining 250 mL of ghee with 8-10 ice cubes in a bowl. Mix vigorously for a few minutes, or until the ghee begins to thicken and turns into white butter. You can also use a mixer grinder to obtain the same result.
  • Remove the ice cubes from the liquid once you've reached the appropriate consistency.
  • Then, to the butter, add the mishri (rock sugar) and Kesar strands. You can modify the amount of mishri to your taste preferences.
  • Refrigerate the Makhan Mishri until ready to present it to Lord Krishna as bhog (pleasure) during your Janmashtami celebrations.
  • Garnish the Makhan Mishri with extra mishri and Kesar strands before serving to improve the flavour and aesthetic appeal.

Makhan Mishri is a symbol of dedication and affection for Lord Krishna as well as a sweet dessert. You may participate in the festivities and honour the birth of the beloved deity by creating and sharing this delectable dish during Janmashtami.

May the taste of Makhan Mishri fill your heart with delight and devotion as you commemorate this auspicious event, just as it did for Lord Krishna when he was a child.

Also Read: Janmashtami 2023: Celebrate the Essence of Festival with Aruna Vijay's Delicious Poha Murukku

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