Seb Ki Kheer (सेब की खीर) recipe for Karva Chauth

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Karva Chauth is a popular festival of North India. On this day the married women observe fast for the long life and safety of their husbands. They can break the fast only in the evening after seeing the moon. Hence, after the moon appears the festive time begins. Since no Indian festival is complete without food, Karva Chauth is no exception either. After the fast, the feast that follows is something one just cannot miss. Only vegetarian food is consumed at evening which is accompanied by varied sweets. Sweets form an important part of the festival. Various types of halwas, laddoos and kheer is prepared on Karva Chauth. Sweets are consumed before as well as after the fast

Boldsky brings you a exotic 'Seb ki Kheer' recipe for Karva Chauth. Check them out and make this Karva Chauth special

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