Janmashtami 2021 : On the occasion of Janmashtami, make Kanha's bhog material at home, know the recipe here

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Janmashtami 2021 : On the occasion of Janmashtami, make Kanha's bhog material at home, know the recipe here

Like every year, the festival of Janmashtami will be celebrated with great enthusiasm this year too. People have started preparing for this day which falls on August 30. While people are planning to celebrate Janmashtami in their homes and societies, preparations are going on in full swing in temples from Mathura to Vrindavan. Devotees want to leave no stone unturned to make this day of their Lord special. Therefore, along with all the preparations, preparations are also going on regarding the Bhog material to be offered to Krishna Kanhaiya. Although in today's era people prefer to buy things from the market itself, if you want, on this Janmashtami, you can prepare Kanha's blog material in a quick way at home, which contains flour Panjiri, white butter, and Makhan Mishri. Is. So let's know about their recipe.


Janmashtami 2021 : On the occasion of Janmashtami, make Kanha's bhog material at home, know the recipe here


flour register


These things are needed:-

-Ghee

-Cashew

-Almond

-Flour

-Sugar.

prepare like this

First of all, you have to take a vessel and then heat ghee in it and now put flour in this ghee and forget it well.

Keep frying the flour till it becomes light brown. After this, cool it and add sugar, almonds, cashew nuts to it and your flour Panjiri is ready.

white butter

Janmashtami 2021 : On the occasion of Janmashtami, make Kanha's bhog material at home, know the recipe here

Prepare like this:-

You have to collect the cream used in milk at home and take out the cream before making butter.

With the help of a wooden Madani or food processor, separate the butter and buttermilk, after which your butter is ready and you can offer it to Lord Krishna.

Makhan Mishri Recipe

What are the things needed:-

-Curd

-Water

-Mishra

-pistachio

-Blender.

prepare like this

First of all, you have to put curd in a vessel and keep whisking it with the help of a churn or blender.

Keep aside the butter that comes out during whipping and during this time, keep adding water little by little to the curd.

When a sufficient amount of butter is released from the curd, then stop and add sugar candy and pistachios to the extracted butter and mix it and now your Makhan Mishri is completely ready, you can offer it to Kanha.