Raksha Bandhan 2023: What to make from starter to dinner on the day of Rakhi, see here the complete list

The festival of Raksha Bandhan has just arrived. This year in 2023, this festival is falling on 30 and 31 August. This day celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. Traditionally, the festival involves the sister tying a rakhi on the brother’s hand, followed by eating something sweet and exchanging gifts or cash, and like any other festival, it involves a traditional feast of all delicious things. Treats included. So today we have brought a list of pure veg menu for you to make this festival more special, which will help you in making this day more special.

Vegetarian Menu for Raksha Bandhan 2023:


A good starter before any meal adds a different flavor to your meal. That’s why it should definitely be included in the festival of Rakhi. So let’s know what you can make in starters.

1. Spicy Tawa Idli

Is there anything tastier than idli? If not, then what can be better than having spicy Tawa Idli before dinner. Fry Idli made of lentils and rice with curry leaves and mustard seeds after adding spices and serve with chutney.

2. Paneer Pakora

Mixed vegetable pakoras have become old fashioned, this time you can make paneer pakoras at home and make this day more special.

main course

Now it is the turn of the main course, which people eat to their fill and along with it, there is a lot of gossip. You can make the main course simple and tasty. Let us know what you can include in this meal.

1. Mint Potato Curry

What can be better than potato curry. Whether you want to eat it with crispy puris or eat it with pulao, this Mint Potato Curry combines perfectly well with everyone.

2. Dum Paneer Black Pepper

Shahi Paneer and Paneer Do Pyaza are very popular. So this time you can pair Dum Paneer with slices of stuffed paneer with the pungent taste of black pepper. Mix the stuffed paneer with the gravy and Dum Paneer Kali Mirch, full of wonderful black pepper flavor, is ready.

3. Mushroom Ghee Roast

Who would have thought that the classic delight from Kerala would go so well with our ordinary Rakhi? With rich ghee and tangy spices, this mushroom ghee roast will surely win the hearts of your brothers and sisters this Raksha Bandhan.



When it comes to festivals, how can we forget about sweets? In fact, no Indian festival is complete without sweets. While gulab jamuns and shahi tukda are always great options, we have come up with something innovative for you to serve on Raksha Bandhan.

1. Gulkand Ice Cream

As the name itself suggests, this ice cream is a unique combination of rose fragrance and its taste. The coolness of ice cream and the smell and taste of rose make it different from others.


2. Sevaiyan Barfi

Think of burfi and the first thing that comes to mind is cashew barfi, also known as kaju katli. But this Sevaiyan Burfi is a crunchy and nutritious twist to the usual Burfi that you might not have thought of! Trust us, this memorable dessert will help make your festival more memorable.

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