Sukhdi is an Indian dessert/Mithai made from wheat flour and jaggery in clarified butter. Sukhdi is a staple bite like biscuits prepared in most of the Gujarati homes. It is also made on auspicious days or on festivities. Also known as Gur papdi, it has melt- in –the- mouth texture and the mild sweetness comes from jaggery.
Enjoy this traditional wintery Mithai which takes just a few minutes to be cooked. Next time you have sweet tooth craving try this instantaneous Mithai.
Gur papdi Recipe and Text Recipe Below
- 1 Cup Wheat Flour
- 3/4 Cup Clarified Butter
- 3/4 Cup Jaggery
- Heat a Kadhai (thick steel vessel) add 3/4th cup ghee to it. (Save 1/4th for the later)
- On a medium heat, add flour to the ghee and mix it well so there are no lumps left.
- Meanwhile, grease a plate with ghee to take the mixture out on it.
- When the flour has roasted well, changed its color and lets off a nice fragrance, at this stage add jaggery.
- Mix well so that the jaggery blends in well with the flour. Keep it on a medium flame.
- When the ghee starts to separate from the mixture, switch off the flame.
- Take the mixture out on the plate greased with ghee.
- Even it out in the plate and tap the surface to make it plain and smooth.
- Cut into the shape of your choice and let it set under a fan.
Serve it to your family and friends if you enjoyed the recipe and do not forget to mention in the comments.