Holi festival is not only a festival of colors but also a festival of delicious food. On this festival people start making delicious Gujiya in advance. You must have eaten mava Gujiya on this festival, but we are going to teach you a new recipe of Gujiya, that is Gulkand Gujiya, which is delicious and you can easily make it at home.
|Refined Flour (Maida)||2 Cup||Mava (Khoya)||300 Gm|
|Sugar Powder (Bura)||200 Gm||Green Cardamon Powder||1 Teaspoon|
|Almond Finely Chopped||2 Tablespoon||Coconut Powder||1 Tablespoon|
|Raisin||2 Tablespoon||Gulkand (Rose Petal Jam)||1 Tablespoon|
|Ghee or Oil||1 Tablespoon + As Required to Fry||Water||As Required|
Sieve the refined flour (maida) in a pot and add 1 teaspoon of ghee or oil to it and mix well.
Knead the dough by adding lukewarm water little by little. Keep it aside with cover the dough with wet cloth for about 20 minutes.
Meanwhile heat 2 tablespoons of ghee or oil in a pan on medium heat. When the ghee is hot, fry the mava on medium flame till it becomes golden.
Allow the mava to cool at room temperature. When the mava cools down, add sugar powder, green cardamom powder, almonds, coconut powder, raisins and gulkand and mix well.
After 20 minutes of flour, break the dough into small pieces of dough. Take a portion of the dough and make a round flat shape like puri with the help of rolling-board and rolling-pin.
Place the prepared puri in the gujiya mold and fill 1 teaspoon of stuffing (mawa, gulkand and other ingredients mix) in the center of the puri. Close the mold tightly. Open the mold, Gujiya is ready to fry. Similarly, make all the gujiyas and cover them with a cloth in a plate.
Heat the ghee in a wok on high heat. When the ghee becomes hot, reduce the flame to medium. Add 2 - 3 gujiyas and fry them till they turn golden brown. Fry all gujiyas like this.
Allow the Gujhiya to cool down. Delicious gulkand gujiya is ready.