Holi 2021: Holi, the festival of colors, is celebrated on 28 and 29 March this year. What would be the idea of delicious Gujiya at home to excite the excitement? Gujiya is a traditional Holi dessert. It is made in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and even Maharashtra. This dessert is more popular in North India, but different areas get different surnames.
Like samosa, maida is commonly used in maida, but it is also made tasty by adding mawa, dry fruits, nuts such as pistachios, cashews, coconut, spices including raisins and cardamom. With the help of semolina, the granulated sweet is fried in ghee and dipped in sugar syrup before serving.
You can use many ingredients to make the festival more sweet. Some people are adding chocolate and roasted coconut. Apart from this, there are many other people who can be seen trying to adopt more healthy ways to make gujiya. You would love to know Gujiya’s recipe.
Chocolate Gujiya Among the favorite sweets of Holi, the idea of Chocolate Gujiya is new. The use of refined flour is filled with a mixture of mawa and chocolate chip, then deep-fried in ghee and finally incorporated with freshly made chocolate syrup. This can be a fantastic gift for chocolate lovers!
Coconut Gujiya- Holi celebration is incomplete without this traditional dessert. Puffed flour is made by filling it with khoya, mawa, coconut and pistachios, then dipped in sugar syrup. Coconut makes this unique dessert unmatched.
Traditional Gujiya- In this recipe, a mixture of khoya and dry fruits is filled using refined flour and deep fried until crisp. You can double the excitement of this Holi by serving sweets in the shape of gujiya.
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