Janmasthami Special: How To Make Delicious Dhaniya Panjiri At Home

This Janmasthami, prepare a sweet and simple prasad for Lord Krishna.

Janmasthami Special: How To Make Delicious Dhaniya Panjiri At Home

Festivals in India are celebrated with great grandeur and love. And the best part about all the festivals is the offering in terms of ‘bhog’ to God. With the festival of Janmasthami just around the corner, here’s a recipe that is authentic and a perfect pick for fasting. Dhaniya Panjiri is one such amazing traditional recipe which is prepared as a offering to Lord Krishna during Janmashthami. In fact, you can make this spectacular recipe in regular days as well as it filled with health benefits. Make this festival even more special by cooking this recipe at home.

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1 1/2 cup, whole coriander (dhaniya)

1/2 cup sugar powder

1/2 cup makhana

10-10 cashewnuts, pistachio and almonds (finely chopped)

1 tsp cuddapah almond (chironji)

1/2 cup ghee

1/4 cup coconut (cut in fine slices)

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Heat 2 tbsp ghee in a pan. Add coriander powder and saute until it starts emitting its aroma. Remove from the flame and heat the remaining ghee and add makhana in the same pan and saute until it becomes crispy. Remove from flame and rest aside to cool. Now, grind the mixture until you get slightly coarse powder. Add all the mixture in a bowl and mix well. Rest aside to cool for half an hour. Then, your dish is ready to relish.

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