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Gul Papdi

This is also called "sukhadi" in Gujarati. This "Indian sweet" or desert is a square/diamond shaped "vadi" made with gul or jaggery and wheat flour. 

Jaggery is found in most Indian grocery stores. It is found in cylindrical shaped blocks. Use the regular gul. 

*Note : Do not use chikki cha gul for this recipe. 

This recipe is my mothers and I have tried it several times and turns out great. ! 

1 cup wheat flour
1/2 cup jaggery - broken into small pieces 
1 teaspoon white poppy seeds - slightly dry roasted
5 tablespoons ghee
1 teaspoon desiccated coconut - optional

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Sprinkle the dry roasted poppy seeds on a greased 8 inch cake pan. 

Melt the ghee in a pan on a slow flame and add the wheat flour, stirring continuously. Sauté till you get a wonderful aroma of the wheat flour and it is golden brown. Reduce the flame and add the bits of jaggery, and (optional) coconut. Stir well. When the jaggery melts, and the mixture has come together, pour the mixture into into the greased cake pan with the dry roasted poppy seeds. Cut into diamond shapes while still warm.

Cool thoroughly. Remove after 1 hour. Enjoy. It is also wonderful warm.





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