This is one versatile and delicious Indian dessert which we love the most. I have posted so many variations of this kesari like chocolate kesari, pineapple kesari, fruit and nuts kesari, mango kesari etc. But I decided to post the simplest basic one with more pictures of the making. Kesari is made in almost all the states of India and are known by different names. In south, we usually use the orange colour for the preperation of kesari and I really love the ones serve at the temples. It has lot of ghee in it, but is really tasty.
I had seen Lubna of yummy food ‘s multicolour layered kesari in her blog and I just loved the idea. During one religious gathering at my place , I decided to make this one using two colours especially for the kids as it was quite attractive. Everyone loved it. Thanks Lubna for the wonderful idea.
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