Dec 12, 2012

Lapsi


Lapsi is a very delicate and traditional recipe which very famous in Rajasthan, Gujarat and especially in Haryana regions.  There is so many ways to prepare lapsi, some people used broken wheat, with jaggery. But in Haryana culture, we made lapsi with wheat flour, jaggery and very little amount of ghee in sticky consistency. But this time I prefer to make with broken wheat and sugar. In this recipe first roast the broken wheat to get golden in color and for attractive aroma. Then cook in milk and water for 10-15 minutes till to thick consistency with adding some flavors of cardamom powder and chopped nuts. You can add complete milk instead of water at time of cooking. In winter season, it’s really yumm and good for health too. You can add jaggery to instead of sugar for making more healthier.


Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: Under 15 Minutes
Serving: 2 persons

Ingredients:
1/3 Cup Broken Wheat (Daliya)
1/2 Cup Milk
2 Cup Water
1/4 Cup Sugar (as per your taste buds)
2 1/2 Tbsp. Clarifying Butter
1 Tsp. Cardamom Powder
Chopped Nuts for Garnishing

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Direction:
Heat the ghee in pan and roast daliya till to golden in color and aroma comes on low flame.
Now add water and milk together till to absorb well.
Now add cardamom powder and sugar and mix well.
Garnish with chopped nuts and serve hot.

Submit this recipe with following events:
Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#23
Cookoff Christmas Event hosted By Foodomania and 60days to Christmas Event Hosted by Priya
WTML event Hosted by Nithu and 1st Anniversary event hosted by Siris Food.com

17 comments:

  1. That is so authentic and so delicious... yum yum!!!
    Sowmya
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  2. Such a traditional food, lapsi looks fabulous.

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  3. I am yet to taste or try this recipe! Will try it sometime :)

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  4. I usually prepare broken wheat in upma style. I think this sweet version will be very good too, somewhat like kheer or khichdi




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    1. Thats a new recipe to me... Looks so sweet and yum

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  5. Yummy dish.. When I made it for Blogging Marathon, I enjoyed it so much.

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  6. Same pinch. I made lapsi too.. Yours looks delicious.

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  7. after making this last week I know this is as yummy as it looks...yours looks beautfiul

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