Raksha Bandhan 2021: Avoid fake sweets on Raksha Bandhan! How to identify Mawa is real or fake
The festival of Raksha Bandhan has arrived. This festival will be celebrated on 22nd August. On this day sisters tie rakhi on the wrists of their brothers and brothers also make a promise to protect them. Sisters tie Rakhi and also feed sweets to their brothers. But before buying sweets, you should identify the real and fake mawa so that you do not buy fake sweets.
How to identify mawa is real or fake
1. Rub a small piece of khoya on the thumb of the hand for some time. If the smell of ghee present in it stays on the thumb for a long time, then this mawa is real.
2. Make a ball of mawa on the palm and keep rolling it between both the fingers for some time. If these bullets start bursting, then understand that Mawa is fake or adulterated.
3. You can also identify the real and fake by eating mawa. If you get stickiness in it, then understand that the mawa has gone bad. When you eat real mawa, it will taste like raw milk.
4. Mix mawa in water and if it breaks into small pieces, then it is a sign of its spoilage.
5.If you are thinking of making sweets at home, then buy cooked mawa instead of raw mawa.