Panjiri

Panjiri is a very popular prasad prepared all around north India. It is quick to make and tastes wonderful.
I myself make this for Krishna Janmastami .



Ghee - 1 tsp
Rava - 2 tbsp
Sugar - fine or powdered - 2 tbsp
Dry Coconut - 2 tbsp , grated
Chirongi - 3/4 tbsp ( or any other nuts chopped)


  1. Heat ghee and add the rava and cook till the raw smell .
  2. Take care that you cook on medium heat and the rava doesn't change color.
  3. Add the chirongi and coconut and cook for another minute .
  4. Switch of the flame and add sugar and transfer to a cool container.
  5. And panjiri is ready.






12 comments:

  1. I have tried this but never knew how it was made.

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  2. Never had this.. But looks delicious..

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  3. Never had this before..looks divine

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  4. Panjiri looks to be amazingly delicious and inviting preparation. Excellent clicks.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. sounds easy to make..thanks for the recipe dear..

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  6. new to me...sounds really delicious...love the clicks

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  7. Easy,simple and delicious sweet..

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  8. I just love panjiri..I remember how we used to fill our bowls and went on and on eating this wonderful treat after the pooja was over....Hmm...I am nostalgic now...

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  9. My North Indian friends used to bring this from their homes during college days...used to love having it...it's been very long since I had some..will try it now that I have a recipe

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  10. I love Panjiri... brought back a lot of memories of when I was a kid, It never crossed my mind to make it at home. Its so simple.

    You have beautiful blog!

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