Panjiri Recipe: On the day of Janmashtami, Lord Krishna’s favorite foods should be offered to Him. Everyone knows that Kanha loved butter the most. Apart from this, panjiris made of flour and ghee were also very loved by God. This is why most people try to please Laddu Gopal by making panjiris to offer bhog on this special occasion. It is a famous dish, without which all Indian festivals and pujas are incomplete. Panjiri is a delicacy made of flour cooked with dry fruits, makhana and gum. It is also a worship offering, much loved by all. Can be prepared as prasad for puja on Janmashtami.
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Materials required for Panjiri
500 grams wheat flour
500 grams pure desi ghee
200 grams Magaz seeds
100 grams of whole almonds
1 teaspoon ajwain
1/2 teaspoon dry ginger powder
50 grams of Makhana
Sugar or Bura 1 kg
100 grams of edible glue
The easiest way to make Panjiri
1. First put the pan on gas. Add some ghee to it and then cook on low flame. till it becomes crispy. Then take it out and keep it in a container.
2. Now grind this paste in a mixer. Then add some ghee to the pan and fry the butter till it turns brown. Next, roast the almonds and magaj (dry seeds). Fry all the dry fruits with ghee.
3. Keep dry fruits aside. Then fry in a pan with flour and carom seeds on low heat until light golden. When the dough is completely fried, add fried dry fruits to it. Then turn off the gas. Now wait a while.
4. When the dough cools a little, add ghee and burra to it and mix well. Thus your Panjiri is ready to enjoy. You can give the laddu to Gopal.
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First Published: August 19, 2022, 07:00 IST