Dussehra Recipes for Festival Season - Hungerpangz
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Dussehra Recipes for this Festival Season

Dussehra Recipes for this Festival Season

We all know that Dussehra delicacies are vital to the celebration and Desserts made particularly for the event are an essential element of the Dussehra season. People of all age group enjoy Traditional and Delightful Desserts, which are shared with loved ones and friends over the festive period. A high nourishment HungerPangz Dry fruits in this Dussehra recipe adds an additional classic feel into it. We have a delightful, quick-to-prepare, and nutrient-rich Dussehra recipe. Spend your essential time looking at these Dry fruit recipes if you're hunting for a unique and healthy Dussehra dessert treat.


Prepare Nourishing Hungerpangz Dry fruits dessert recipe

These dishes prove that eating dried fruits can be enjoyable. In addition to receiving your recommended daily intake of iron and heart-healthy minerals, it's a wholesome way to snack, stay slim, and have plenty of energy all day long.

1.Easy & Delicious Dry Fruits & Nuts Ladoos:

It's a kid-friendly dish that doesn't need any additional sugar and works well as a pleasant mid-morning snack.


  • 1/4 cup of cashews
  • 1/4 cup of almonds
  • 1/4 cup of walnuts
  • 7 HungerPangz dates
  • 6 dried Apricots
  • 4 dried Figs
  • Poppy seeds(optional)
  • Sesame Seeds(optional)
  • Dried Coconut (optional)

Preparation Time :

Ten minutes are spent on preparation, and an additional five minutes are needed to make the laddoos.


For the preparation, dry roast the nuts for 1 minute in the microwave or a pan for 2 minutes on medium heat with 1/4 cup of Almonds and Cashews. Let it cool, then roast the seeds till it starts releasing its aroma.

7 HungerPangz Ajwa dates, 6 Apricots, and 4 figs to be heated in a skillet, cooled, then added to a blender. The blender should be running until you see the texture change. You may stir in 1/4 cup of walnuts, take them out, and then mix in the Cashews and HungerPangz Almonds.

All you need to do to make these dry fruit laddu recipes is take your prepared ingredients and thoroughly mix them with ghee. Make 6 to 8 equal portions of the mixture, then roll them into balls.

Roll the balls in sesame seeds or dry coconut powder for the garnish, and its ready to be served


You will be able to make 6 to 8 laddoos, best suited for snacking. Just keep in mind to store it in an airtight, food-grade container.

2.Dry Fruit and Nut Rolls

This is a great dry fruit dish and a delicious sweet snack that is bound to satisfy your HungerPangz.


  • 1 cup of HungerPangz Dry dates
  • Unsalted pistachios
  • HungerPangz Raisins
  • 1 cup of fresh grated coconut
  • Cardamom
  • Half a cup of sugar
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 2 spoons of ghee
  • Handful of Hunger Pangz almonds
  • Handful of Hunger Pangz Cashew nuts

Preparation Time:

 Preparing the ingredients doesn't take much time. The maximum cooking time is 15 to 20 minutes.


To begin, dry roast the freshly grated coconut on a non-stick skillet. Add ghee to the saucepan and toast the HungerPangz Almonds and Cashew nuts.After roasting, add the Pistachios and take them out of the pan.

Stir the sugar as you pour the milk into the pan at a low temperature.After the sugar has dissolved, add the cardamom powder.

Add the dates, raisins, and roasted almonds to the mixture once it comes to a gentle boil.

On a low flame, continue to roast the nuts while reducing to a simmer.

Add the coconut powder after a small amount of milk has thickened, then continue cooking until the moisture has evaporated and the mixture has thickened.

Ghee can be added for flavor. After the heat is turned off, let the mixture cool fully. Roll it up, then serve it hot.

3.Buckwheat and Almond Halwa

This dessert is yummy, healthy, and free of gluten. Buckwheat is a heart-healthy, gluten-free seed that is both a strong antioxidant and a decent source of carbs, despite its name. Iron, magnesium, potassium, vitamins, and dietary fibers are all abundant in buckwheat. For those on a diet, it is a fantastic option!


  • 4 spoons Ghee, Divided
  • ½ cups of Buckwheat Flour
  • ¼ cups of Ground Almonds
  • ⅓ cups of Sugar
  • 1-¼ cup Warm Water
  • ½ spoons Ground Cardamom
  • Slivered Almonds


In a wok, melt half of the ghee over medium heat. Blend in buckwheat flour. For a little while, roast the flour. When appropriately roasted, buckwheat flour will have a golden appearance and smell good.

Mix thoroughly before adding almond powder. For a few minutes, keep roasting over medium heat.

Mix sugar in well. Turn down the heat and pour in some warm water. Add more ghee while stirring, Mix thoroughly. Cook them while stirring often until it has completely dissolved and reached the appropriate consistency.

Mix in the cardamom well. turn off the heat.

Place the halwa on a serving dish and top with a few almond slices as a garnish.

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