Gud ke mithe chawal is very popular in Punjab. It is usually prepared during Lohri night and is served to the family after a lovely “Gidda & Bhagra” Performance . In our family, it is again consumed next day morning (on Sankranti day) with hot or cold milk. Uses of jaggery is always better than white sugar as it has a number of health benefits, including its ability to cleanse the body, aid in digestion and provide good amounts of minerals.
This rice is all time favorite for kids . Adults also enjoy this sweet rice a lot.
|Desiccated coconut (chopped)||1/4 cup|
|Peanuts||2 table spoons|
|Clarified butter (ghee)||4 tb sp|
|Aniseed||1 tea spoon|
- 1. Boil 500 ml (approximately double quantity of rice) of water, add crushed jagerry in it.
- 2. Once jaggery completely melts, add milk. All dirt from jaggery will accumulate in top layer of syrup. Remove top layer dirt with a strainer.
- 3. once top layer dirt is completely removed, then strain the syrup with a strainer.
Preparation of Rice
- 1. Soak Rice for 2.5 hours.
- 2. After 2.5 hours, remove water and keep rice in a strainer.
- 3. Heat oil in a cooker, add aniseed and fry it for 1 min.
- 4. Now add coconut and peanuts and fry this for 2 minutes.
- 5. Add rice and fry it for 2 minutes.
- 6. Add syrup in rice, cover this with lid and cook till two pressure.once rice is prepared remove the lid, and serve rice.
- Recipe Type : Customer's Recipe, Desserts, Desserts, Indian sweets, Punjab, Regional
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