Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Sukhadi (Gud Papdi)

Ingredients:
2-cup wheat flour,
1-cup grated jaggery,
1-cup ghee,
1-tbsp poppy seeds (khus khus),
6-8 pieces of cashewnut (Kaju).

Method:
Step 1: Heat the ghee in pan.

Step 2: Then add wheat flour on medium heat.

Step 3: Mix well and roast until it become pinkish-brown.

Step 4: Turn off the flame and add jaggery to it.

Step 5: Mix this mixture quickly and thoroughly and pour it in a plate.

Step 6: Spread very well with flat steel spoon.

Step 7: Sprinkle the poppy seeds and cut it into pieces.

Step 8: Decorate with cashewnuts.

Step 9: Store in an container.:)

Submitting to Coffee event- May 2007 Something Sweet.
I try this from Trupti blog, This is very traditional Gujarati dessert…. thanks trupti…..:)

43 comments:

Roopa said...

looks delicious and yummy. BTW the something sweet was last months event. The step by step descriptiong is great.

Anonymous said...

Nice work Kajal, our nani R loves sukhdi. Well she has to behave, nahi to pachi saro evo sukhdipaak male ene hehe.
Pan tamaari aa sukhdi saras chhe. Kajalben ne ghani khamma.

Anonymous said...

Sorry forgot to tag the earlier comment.

Samir

Vcuisine said...

Keep seeing this simple sweet in almost all blogs. Would like to try sometime. Very nice presentation Kajal. Viji

Anjali said...

Gor papdi mane Fort, Mumbai ni Yaad karai. Mandir ma prasad apta hata. Bau saras.

SMN said...

Hey Kajal, iam a sweet loving person and this such a nice and simple recipe i make wheat fudge and whest laddooos .. should try this thnx for the recipe..

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
The sweet looks delicious!! step by step procedure is very helpful!!

Sia said...

what a simple recipe to make sweet. i love the taste of gud, more than sugar. it gives that lovely colour and gloss too..

Hyderabadi's said...

looks yummy
i will try it out today...and thnks for sharing

Dilip said...

gosh...I have not had gud papdi in such a long time...great recipe...thanks for sharing...

Kajal said...

Hi Roopa,
Thanks for kind comment......With lots of fun.....Have a great day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Samirbhai,

Kem chho?
Tamari nanai R nu naam to kaho? Tene mara taraf thi sukhadi makalavu chhu. Tamaro khub khub aabhar.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks Viji,
It is our specially Gujju sweet on village days. In village when no fruit and another snack are available but sikhadi or home made Panda is available in every one home.Thanks For lovely comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Anjali,
First of all well-come to my blog.
Yes, In Gujarat here Mahudi Temple Also give sukhadi Prasad. I love this Prasad. Well Prasad is also better in taste as we made at home. Thanks for lovely comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Smn,
Thanks for pretty comment. So this post is for sweet loving person...Have a great day to see here.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks a lot Ushaprashanth, Nice words.
Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Sia,
Thanks my dear. I also love gud as compare to sugar. We almost use gud when we add sweetness.
Have a nice day.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Hyderbadi’s,
Thanks a lot!
Great to see here...Hoping here soon.:)

Kajal said...

Are.....amara blog na to nashib kuli gaya DILIPBHAI tamari comment thi......After such a long time see you.....Thanks for kind comment.:)

Shobha said...

Loveley presentation..receipe looks perfect. I love sukhdi

shobha

Kajal said...

Hi Shobha,

Nice to see here.....Thanks for your lovely words.:)

Take Care.:)

Anonymous said...

Kajal

It's ganesh puja time and I browsed the net for a sukhadi recipe for prasad.

I chose your recipe over several others since it promised sukhadi
using 2 cups of flour to 1 cup of ghee proportion. Most of the other recipes on the internet have 1 cup of flour to 1 cup of ghee or 1 cup of flour to 1 3/4 cup ghee.

Big disappointment .....

With your proportions, I don't understand how it is possible to get the sludge consistency shown on your cooking stage pictures.

I guess chosing recipes on the net is like chosing contractors project estimates... never go with the ones that promise you want you want with the least, always pick the middle or more.

I hope you have the courtesy to not moderate my comments.

Better luck next time

Regards
Bee

samueljs said...

Hello Kajalben,

Hu` Israel-thi Joseph Samuel.
Tamari Web-site ane recipes mane bahuj game chhe. Khas, tame pictures sathe varnan karo chho te ghanu saras chhe.

I wish all the best,

Joseph Samuel
samueljs@zahav.net.il

Kajal said...

Hello Joseph Samuel,

I am glad to see your comment in my blog. Thanks for your nice words.

Have a nice day
Take care
Kajal

Maheen said...

This sweet dish use to be prepared by the older ladies of my family .

I wanted to continue the tradition .

Your blog proved of immense help to continue that tradition .

gujjulal said...

Kajal bahen,

This recipe of yours is going to a lot of my non-Gujarati friends!

Thank you!

I'll have to say this though, this sukhdi looks 'anemic'!
The sukhdi I have seen, eaten and enjoyed has almost always been brown (dark)! I think it helps to select darker, more natural kind of goLe(gud). It even tastes better that way.

Also, as "Bee" has commented,
1 cup ghee won't be enough. Please revise the quantity to 2 or 2.25 cups of ghee and 1.5 cups of jaggery.

Besides, some like it a little chewy, some not. Some like it without anything else in it, others like a lot of other ingredients in it.

Appreciate your efforts, the pictures are a big help !

-Gujjulal

avidblogger said...

Hi Kajal,

I am visting your site for the first time. Ketla vakaht thi sukhdi ni recipe shodh ti hati pan naa mali. tamari recipe joi to khush thai gayi. have aa recipe thi banavis. tamaro blog bahu saras che. nava nava gujarati shaak post karta rehjo please.
Niyati

DINA said...

hu jyre pan sukhadi banav chu kadak thay jay che kajalben pan tamari a recipe hu jarur try karis thanks kajalben

DINA said...

HELLO KAJAL BEN,

TAMARI A SUKHADI NE RECIPE HU JARUR TRY KARIS HU JYARE PAN BANAV CHU KADAK THAY JAY CHE PAN TAMARI A RECIPE JOY MANE MARI MISTAKE KHABAR PADI GAYE THANKS.

sneha said...

thank u so much dear

Drashti said...

I tried it and it came out great!!! Very nice recipe with pictures...Thanks.

Uttara Soumyanarayanan said...

Very well illustrated with the pictures :)

Parul said...

Hey Kajal ,

. I am newbie to Kitchen.The way you describe the recipe is simply outstanding and great! I have gone thrgh lot of recipes websites but couldnt nake it with same taste . Really Nice Work ! Everyday I visit your blog ,and decide the next day's menu ..

Parul said...

Hey Kajal ,

. I am newbie to Kitchen.The way you describe the recipe is simply outstanding and great! I have gone thrgh lot of recipes websites but couldnt nake it with same taste . Really Nice Work ! Everyday I visit your blog ,and decide the next day's menu ..

Parul said...

Hey Kajal ,

. I am newbie to Kitchen.The way you describe the recipe is simply outstanding and great! I have gone thrgh lot of recipes websites but couldnt nake it with same taste . Really Nice Work ! Everyday I visit your blog ,and decide the next day's menu ..

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Shanti said...

Hi. I made ur recipe just now but it is little hard and not do smooth like shown in the pictures. But d taste is good. Where did I go wrong.
Regards shanti sarkar.

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