It is a tradition to be fed sweets after tying the Rakhi. Every festival seems incomplete without sweets. But there is often a fear of counterfeiting with the candies on the market. That is why most people now prefer to eat and feed homemade sweets. But if, in the sweet name of home, you are only limited to grammel laddus, then we have brought you a traditional recipe. After this you can make traditional Rajasthani Ghevar at home. Tell us how you can make Ghewar at home.
It is a traditional candy and people have been making and eating it for years. However, it contains high calories and should be avoided by diabetic patients. If you are healthy and not facing any particular health condition, you can enjoy homemade Ghevar. Just remember to limit the portion. This means that you can consume it in very small amounts. Just so that the sweetness also remains and the caloric burden on health does not increase.
To make Ghevar you will need
All purpose flour – 250 grams (2 cups)
Ghee – 50 grams (1/4 cup)
Milk – 50 grams (1/4 cup)
Water – 800 grams (4 cups)
Ghee or oil – as required
to make syrup
Sugar – 400 grams (2 cups)
Water – 200 grams (1 cup)
Cream milk – 1 liter
Sugar – 2 to 3 tsp
Almonds – 10 to 15
Pistachios – 10 to 15
Make delicious Ghevar at home like this
Sift the flour first and take it out into a vessel.
2 Then put ghee in a large container and add ice and beat it well with your hands. When the cream of ghee is formed, remove the ice cubes and beat the ghee continuously until it becomes a smooth cream.
3 When the cream has formed, add flour little by little and continue to beat. When the mixture becomes thick, add milk to it and add water little by little and beat it very well.
4 Keep adding all-purpose flour, gradually add all the flour and mix well and beat to make a smooth and thick dough.
5 Now add a little water to the dough and beat the dough very well. So no lumps remain in it and the solution becomes very smooth.
The dough for making 6 Ghevar is ready. The consistency of the solution should be very thin. So when the solution is dropped with a spoon, it falls with a thin edge.
7 Heat a pan filled with ghee to less than half the height. When the ghee is well heated, fill the flour mixture in a spoon and pour it with a very thin edge, after pouring the solution, the foam raised from the ghee will start to appear on top.
Wait 1-2 minutes until 8 second spoonfuls of batter are added. Let the foam end on the ghee. When the foam is over, fill the other spoon with dough again and pour in ghee with a very thin edge.
9 Depending on the size of the Ghevar you want to make, the amount of dough you want to put in the pan, pour the solution in the middle of the pan. This solution goes to the bottom and swims back to the top. Builds a layer by extending beyond the first layer.
10 If there is no space in the center of the Ghevar, then you can make a small space by removing the solution from the center with a thin spoon. Keep pouring the solution from this place until the size of the Ghevar is right.
11 When you have added enough solution, turn the flame on the gas to medium. Now let the Ghevar cook on medium heat until it turns light brown.
12 When the Ghevar starts to look light brown from above, take out the Ghevar and keep it on a plate. Similarly, after frying all the Ghevar, keep it on top of the plate.
To sweeten the Ghevaren, prepare syrup from 2 strings.
Put 1 cup of water in sugar in a container and keep sugar syrup on medium gas.
After 2 boils, boil for 5-6 minutes. Drop a drop of syrup from a spoon into a plate and after cooling stick it between your finger and thumb and see, the syrup should stick between your finger and thumb and 2 strings should form in it, the syrup is ready.
3 Allow the syrup to cool enough to handle with your hands. Then take a plate, place a bowl on top of the plate, take a Ghevar and place it over the bowl and pour the syrup over the Ghevar using a spoon.
4 Keep adding sugar syrup depending on how sweet you want to make the Ghevar more or less.
5 Now offer sugar syrup one by one on all the Ghevaren to your liking. After offering the syrup, let the Ghevar dry for 1 hour.
6 Now your sweet Ghevar is ready.
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