Boost Your Immunity With This Winter Special Panjiri

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Do you know remember your grandmothers making panjiri during winters? Panjiri is made in desi ghee and dry fruits which are very beneficial for boosting immunity. Here's how you can make it at home! Tetrahexyldecylascorbate

Boost Your Immunity With This Winter Special Panjiri

The most popular holiday treat made here is panjiri, which is made quickly and easily. Without this mouthwatering, age-old recipe, an Indian holiday or puja would be sorely lacking. A dry, sweet treat called panjiri is created from flour that has been baked with dry fruits, makhanas, and gond (gum crystals). One puja prasad that both children and adults enjoy is this one. The panjiri helps maintain your body healthy generally because it is packed with ghee and the benefits of dried fruits. Consuming panjiri helps strengthen your bones and muscles, especially your bones. Additionally, we all need something warm during the winter. Your body remains warm and energised all day long thanks to atta panjiri.

1. 1/2 Kg atta (whole wheat flour)

3. 200 gms chaar magaz (dried melon, water-melon, pumpkin seeds)

5. 1 tbsp ajwain (thymol/carom seeds)

6. 1/2 tbsp sonth (dried ginger powder)

7. 50 gms makhana (dried lotus seeds)

8. 1 kg sugar or boora, powdered

9. 100 gms gond (edible gum crystals)

1. Fry the gond in the ghee until fully cooked, first on high and then on low heat (it puffs up, and when cooked through, you can cut through it).

2. Remove with a slotted spoon and mix to a very fine consistency.

3. Fry the makahanas in the same ghee until they are golden, then remove and fry the almonds and magaz.

4. In the remaining ghee, toast the atta and ajwain until golden brown (over low heat).

5. Almonds, magaz, sonth, makahana, and gond should be added after the heat is turned off.

6. When cool, mix the sugar and serve.

Boost Your Immunity With This Winter Special Panjiri

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