Like other traditional Diwali customs, Ghevar can also be counted as one of them.
Dessert is mostly referred to a final sweet course that concludes a meal, but those with a serious sweet tooth will agree that anytime is dessert time. The array of ingredients that you can use to prepare these decadent delights gives you plenty of room for innovation and variety.
Prep Time : 51-60 minutes
Cook time : 51-60 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Difficult
Taste : Sweet
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