Treat your taste buds to the heavenly delight of Meethe Sutriyaa generally referred as Ghode Sweet, a traditional Indian dessert crafted from roasted wheat flour, ghee, and Jaggery syrup. Learn how to make this irresistible sweet confection, perfect for celebrations or satisfying your sweet cravings. Try this traditional sweet recipe and savor the flavors of India.
It is old traditional sweet made during Moharram in many southern parts of India.
Wheat flour-2 cups
Ghee or Clarified Butter-4Tbsp
Jaggery-Grated 2 cups full or as per your taste
Dry coconut-25 grams
Bengal gram/Chana dal-½ cup
Water-2 litres or as needed
- Boil Bengal gram/Chana dal. Do not over cook. Set aside.
- Cut coconut into small pieces.
- Boil and cool the milk.
- Make a smooth dough of wheat flour with little ghee.
- Divide into 4 equal portions. Roll each portion into thin roti. Cut into small pieces as shown.
- Make a star shape of each piece
by holding opposite corners and
joining them to centre as shown below.
- Repeat the process with all the cut pieces
made from each portion. Dust the wheat flour on the pieces to avoid sticking. Let them dry for 5minutes.
- In a vessel heat ghee and roast dry coconut pieces till golden brown. Make sure you don’t burn them.
- Add 3Tbsp of wheat flour. Fry till nice aroma comes and golden brown color avoid burning.
- Add 2 liters of water bring to boil and add all the star dumplings which we made, mix well and cook for up to 10 mins stirring in between.
- Add milk stir well. Also add cooked Bengal gram, mix well.
- Add jaggery syrup by straining. Mix well and simmer for 2mins. Serve hot and Enjoy!!!
- Serves 5-6
- After cooling the sweet becomes solid, you can always reheat it with some boiled water and adjust your sweetness accordingly by adding extra sugar.
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