Winter is here and it’s time for pampering too. Winter offers a comprehensive selection of delicacies that pull at our heartstrings. And we probably all agree that it is not an easy job to control our urge in this situation. In fact, gajaks, ladoos and halwa take us on an overeating diet and keep all our worries about weight gain at bay. What makes these winter delicacies even more interesting is the fact that you will find different variations in different regions of India. For example, you get pitha in Bengal and gajak in Punjab. Then we have sukhdi from Gujarat. Sukhdi (or god papdi) is a sweet dish made with jaggery, atta and ghee. To that we add various other ingredients to make this winter recipe even more delicious.
Here we bring you a sukhdi recipe that contains gondh (edible chewing gum) – gondh god papdi. Here atta is roasted in ghee and then gondh and god are added and cut into barfi shapes. For the ignorant, the inclusion of the gondh dish makes it even healthier for the winter. According to health experts and nutritionists, gondh helps keep our body warm and strengthens the immunity to deal with winter-related diseases. Jaggery added makes the dish rich in iron and helps you keep warm and prevent the cold weather outside.
That sounds perfect, right? So let’s get started with the recipe. The recipe has been shared by food vlogger Parul on her YouTube channel ‘Cook With Parul’.
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Gujarati Sukhdi Recipe: How to Make Gondh God Papdi
- Grind the gondhen in painted glass. Hold aside.
- Heat the ghee in a kadhai and add atta to it.
- Shake well until the attaa turns golden brown in color.
- Add gondh to it and mix.
- Add some dry ginger powder and mix.
- Take it off the burner and continue to stir with jaggery for at least 5 minutes.
- Grease a plate or barfi-form and transfer the mixture.
- Let it sit and cut barfis out of it.
That is it! Gondh god papdi is ready in no time. You can store and enjoy these delicious sukhdis for days.
Watch the step-by-step recipe video by gondh gud papdi below:
Also read: Gondh Ke Laddoo: How to make this winter delicacy; Health Benefits of Gondh Ke Laddoo
Prepare it today and enjoy this delicious winter delicacy!
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