Indulge in the Tempting Delight of Ghughara!

2 cups - All-purpose flour (maida) 4 tbsp - Ghee 1 tbsp - Oil ¼ cup - Ghee ½ cup - Fine Rava (semolina) ¼ cup - Khoya (mawa) 2-3 tbsp - Desiccated coconut ¾ cup - Sugar 1 tsp - Cardamom powder ¼ tsp - Nutmeg powder (jayfal powder) Finely chopped almonds and Cashews


Combine all-purpose flour and melted ghee in a bowl. Knead a smooth dough with warm water. Cover and set aside.

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Heat ghee in a pan, roast dry fruits, and let them cool. Then grind into a coarse powder.

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Cook Rawa in the same pan over low heat for 6-8 minutes. Transfer it to a bowl and let it cool.

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Next, roast khoya briefly for a minute or two, and combine it with the cooled rawa. Also, roast the desiccated coconut for 2 minutes and add it to the bowl.

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Combine all the ingredients in the bowl, then add sugar, cardamom powder, and jayfal powder. Mix everything thoroughly.

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Knead the dough for a minute before use. Divide it into equal portions and roll one ball at a time.

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Shape the dough into small puris, add stuffing in the center, moisten the edges, and seal the ghughra.

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Hold the ghughra in your hand, press and pleat the edges for a design. Alternatively, use a fork to create decorative patterns.

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Heat oil for deep frying. Fry 4-5 ghughras on low flame until golden brown. Remove and place them on a paper napkin to drain excess oil.

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