Try these 5 gluten-free and delicious sweet delicacies this winter season

Try these 5 gluten-free and delicious sweet delicacies this winter season

Winter delicacy, gajak, is there for your rescue. We crave sweetness in this cool season, and the gajak serves the best. Gajak also works for people who are on a diet or are health conscious.Also read – Christmas 2021: Try these 3 easy to make recipes this Christmas season

Gajak, chikki or patti is the most famous winter sweet that originates from north central India. It is a dry candy made from sesame seeds or peanuts and jaggery. The til is boiled in raw sugar syrup and placed in thin layers, making it a dessert that can be stored for months. Also read – Diwali 2021: Try these 4 easy almond dishes this Christmas season

The reason it is a famous winter candy is because of its ingredients – sesame seeds, dried fruits and jaggery that keep one’s body warm and cozy. Read also – Healthy curry recipes from Sri Lanka

There are a number of these mouth-watering gajaks all over India. Here we have listed some of these lip-tasting desserts:

Good for Gajak

Good-to-Gajak.  Photo credits: ANI

Good-to-Gajak. Photo credits: ANI

These are the most famous type of Gajak found in winters. The main ingredients used to make this Gajak are sesame seeds and peanuts, which give this sweet treat a great crunch. The taste of Malwa will make you drool over God-Gajak made with jaggery and ghee.

Til-revadi Gajak

Til-revadi Gajak.  Photo credits: ANI

Til-revadi Gajak. Photo credits: ANI

This variant of Gajak is smaller in size but tastes a little sweeter. Til-revadi Gajak is made with white til and jaggery, and is the crispiest form of Gajak.

Khas-Khas Barfi Gajak

Khas-Khas Barfi Gajak.  Photo credits: ANI

Khas-Khas Barfi Gajak. Photo credits: ANI

Khas Khas Gajak is a unique blend of God, To and Khas Khas. This gives a distinctly nutty flavor to the Gajak, giving it a cotton consistency.

Til-Mawa Gajak

To Mawa Gajak.  Photo credits: ANI

To Mawa Gajak. Photo credits: ANI

This Gajak is the most famous sweet dish for Makar Sankranti and Lohri festivals. Shiny, smooth and thin texture, this Gajak looks like small biscuits made with toasted and ground tile, sugar, mawa, green cardamom powder, pure ghee and milk. The Mawa ingredient also gives it a generous dessert look.

Dry fruit Gajak

Dry fruit Gajak.  Photo credits: ANI

Dry fruit Gajak. Photo credits: ANI

These are the traditional as well as the most common Gajak. The sweet candy is made with jaggery, nuts and seeds. People like different types of roasted-crispy ingredients in it that include peanuts, almonds, cashews, sesame seeds, puffed rice, roasted chana dal and dried coconut.

All of the above Gajaks are unique and most importantly all varieties are gluten free and vegetarian, with a taste of traditional Indian flavor. Go and treat yourself to a range full of Gajaks on the market before the winter season ends!

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