Having a sweet tooth or not, this delectable Indian sweet or mithai that is soaked in sugar syrup is definitely everyone’s favorite. In south India it is called ‘Badusha’ and in the north a similar mithai is called ‘Balushahi’.
Prepared this for Diwali 2014 for the first time. I literally patted my back when it turned out so good. It takes quite a bit of effort, patience, and skill, but it is all worth it.
Sweets and desserts are a must-do, must-eat, must-give for any festivals. With Rakshabandhan round the corner, sisters try out this badusha to impress your bhaiyas.
Rakshabandhan recipe roundup.
Contributed this post for a Rakshabandhan recipe roundup that my friend, fellow cucumbertowner, fellow blogger Paluk Khanna had done August of 2016.
Diwali 2016, here I am making these lovely Badushas once again. So, replaced the old pictures with newer ones.
It is a bit laborious but definitely worth the effort, the badusha will turn out great if you follow the recipe to the tee.