edible gum
Edible Gum Glossary | Recipes with Edible Gum | Tarladalal.com
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Also Known as

Dinka, Gund, Gaund.

Description

Edible Gum is a natural edible gum. It is white or brown in colour. It provides heat to the body and is usually eaten in cold winter months.

How to select

Edible gum is available in market in small pieces that are usually white or brown in colour. Check the packets are sealed and the pieces are firm and dry.

Culinary Uses
· Edible gum is used in making panjiri mixture - whole-wheat flour, nuts, gaund, and sugar fried in ghee.
· It is used to make laddoos with mixture of coconut, dried dates, poppy seeds, almonds, jaggery fried in clarified butter.
· It is used to make chikkis ( mixture of edible gum and various nuts.

How to store

Store edible gum in air-tight bottles away from moisture.

Health Benefits

Edible Gum is known to be beneficial for pregnant ladies at it strengthens back bone.




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