▷ Dhaniya Panjiri & Shrikhand | Panjiri Recipe for Janmashtami

▷ Dhaniya Panjiri & Shrikhand | Panjiri Recipe for Janmashtami

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▷ Dhaniya Panjiri & Shrikhand | Janmashtami | The Brand Decò


Recipe Category: Sweets
Recipe Cuisine: Indian

The recipe I am sharing here today is a family recipe and one of the most favorite sweet at home. There are many variations of making panjiri and the one which I am sharing today has Only whole wheat flour in it. To make panjiri Whole wheat flour is roasted in ghee and then powdered sugar is added to this mix. This dry sweet taste good and is popular in Punjabi homes.

Serve this panjiri sweet anytime just as it is or with some warm milk. It stays good for many weeks at room temperature. The recipe can be doubled or tripled but the cooking time will increase.

Ingredients :
  • 2 cups
  • 1 cup dry whole coriander
  • 1/2 mishri/sugar crystals
  • 6 almonds
  • 6 cashew nuts
  • 1 tablespoon raisins
  • 1 teaspoon fennel seeds
  • 1 teaspoon poppy seeds
  • 1 teaspoon ginger powder
  • 1/4 cup desiccated coconut
  • 1 tablespoon ghee

1. Powder ½ cup sugar in a dry grinder and keep aside. I have used organic unrefined cane sugar. You can also use khand or khandsari which is a desi raw sugar.

2. Take 1 cup whole wheat flour in a kadai or a thick bottomed broad pan.

3. Keep the pan on a low flame or sim and begin to roast the whole wheat flour.

4. You have to stir often while roasting the flour so that there is even roasting and browning.

5. Roast till the color changes and you get nutty aroma from the whole wheat flour. About 9 to 12 minutes on a low flame.

6. Then add 4 tbsp ghee in the flour.

7. Mix very well.

8. Add cashews. If adding almonds then you can roast them separately in a pan and then add.

9. Keep on stirring and roasting the panjiri mixture for 5 to 6 minutes more. Do check the taste of the whole wheat flour and it should feel cooked. There should not even be a slight rawness in the flour.

10. Switch off the flame. Keep the pan down and add powdered sugar in parts.

11. Mix very well.

12. Add the remaining amount of powdered sugar.

13. Mix the sugar very well.

14. Then add raisins.

15. And mix again and allow the panjiri to cool.

16. Then store in an airtight jar and Serve panjiri plain or with some warm milk.

Variation: The recipe can be doubled or tripled, but the roasting time will increase.

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Yield: Serves 1 portion
Calories: 474
Fat: 189 g
Average Rating: 5.0
Votes: 41
Reviews: 12
Panjiri, indian, sweet, Janmashtami, Dhaniya, Shrikhand

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