There is no end to the dessert options in Indian Cuisine.
Popularly called Mithai, you can have the mouth watering Rasogulla, Gulab Jamun, Burfi, Kalakand, Rajbhog, Peda, Laddoo and the list is endless.
But, there are many festivals in India, in which those who observe vrat or fast, can have phalahaar (comprising of Satvik food).
Milk and milk products are considered to be Satvik food.
Chena Murki (displayed in the picture) is made of Chena (paneer/ cottage cheese), and it can be consumed by those who are observing fast or vrat.
Paneer or Chena can be easily prepared at home.
Just add sugar, grated coconut (fresh or dried), and green cardamom powder.
Combine all ingredients and cook for 5 minutes and it’s ready.
For the detailed recipe, please refer to the link below.