Want a cocktail in your mouth Bohra Eid Kharak recipe? These low-cost treatments are well-made and are quiet and beautiful! Your guest will be asking for more! Kharik or Chuara indicates a dry day. Kharak is a traditional Bohra candy made by soaking dry dates until they are well puffed. The dried dates are crushed and mixed with cardamom and rose-flavored milk (mawa or khoya). It is decorated with nuts and welcomes guests during Eid ul Fitr.

Today I am sharing our family’s secret recipe of Bohra Kharak style. The following information is provided to visitors during Eid ul Fitr.

It is a deeply rooted Bohra tradition to make kharak on the day of Eid ul Fitr and eat it first thing in the morning of Eid ul Fitr to celebrate the end of the fasting month (Ramadan). It is also used for visiting guests during Eid celebrations. With this, people also choose to make pure khurma, date rolls and coconut date balls on Eid-ul-Fitr which makes this event popular among people. These welcome meals greet guests. In this recipe, you will need dried dates (kharak), milk, water, milk powder, condensed milk, almonds, pistachio and green cardamom powder. A dry day is not a hard day. These days are very dry days, dry sunny days and are also called “chuara” or “kharik”. You can study this dried date well Home » Bohra » Recipe of Bohra Kharak (Kharik)

May 25, 2022 Edit: May 26, 2022 BY MARIAM SODAWATER BEEJI THIS MAY CONTAIN LINKS. 6 notes


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Want a Bohra Eid Kharak recipe to melt in your mouth? These reduced treats are designed to be more complete and fresher! Your guest will be asking for more!

Kharak and sweet dish.
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Kharik or Chuara indicates a dry day. Kharak is a traditional Bohra candy that is made by sprinkling dry dates until it is well blown. The dates are crushed and mixed with cardamom and rose milk (mawa or khoya). It is decorated with nuts and welcomes guests during Eid ul Fitr.

Want wine in your mouth Bohra Eid Kharak recipe? These inexpensive treatments are well made and cool and beautiful! Your guest will want more! Kharik or Chuara indicates a dry day. Kharak is a traditional Bohra flavor made by roasting dry dates until they are finely ground. Dried dates are ground and mixed with cardamom and sweetened milk (mawa or khoya). It is decorated with nuts and welcomes guests during Eid ul Fitr.

Today I am sharing our Bohra Kharak family secret planning process. The following information is provided to visitors during Eid ul Fitr.

It is a deeply rooted Bohra tradition to make kharak on the day of Eid ul Fitr and eat it on the morning of Eid ul Fitr to celebrate the end of the fasting month (Ramadan). It is also used for visitors passing through during Eid celebrations. With this, people also choose to make pure khurma, date rolls and coconut date balls during Eid-ul-Fitr, which made this event popular among people. These welcome meals welcome guests. In this recipe, you will need dried dates (kharak), milk, water, milk powder, condensed milk, almonds, pistachio and green cardamom powder. A dry day is not a hard day. These days are dry, dry and sunny days and are called “chuara” or “kharik”. You can study this dry day well Home » Bohra » Bohra Kharak (Kharik) Recipe

May 25, 2022 Edit: May 26, 2022 BY MARIAM SODAWATER BEEJI This may contain links. 6 grades


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4.89 out of 9 votes
Want a Bohra Eid Kharak recipe that melts in your mouth? These reduced treats are designed to be perfect and fresh! Your guest will want more!

Kharak and delicious food.
Carrot Bundt Cake
Kharik or Chuara indicates a dry day. Kharak is a traditional Bohra sweet that is made by steaming dry dates until it bubbles nicely. Dates are ground and mixed with cardamom and rose milk (mawa or khoya). It is decorated with walnuts and welcomed by guests during Eid ul Fitr.

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