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गुड़ रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (jaggery recipes in Hindi)
ગોળ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (jaggery recipes in Gujarati)

Jaggery Recipes, Jaggery (Gur) Sweet Recipes

jagger recipes. Gur sweet recipes. Sugarcane is crushed to extract juice and then the juice is strained and boiled for few hours. This concentrated liquid is added into moulds and kept to cool off till it hardens to form Jaggery or Gur. The color ranges from golden yellow to dark brown. It can even be extracted from palm sugar or date palm. These days sugar has been used extensively used which is a refined, crystallized form of jaggery. They both are alternatively used as sweetener in Indian cuisine.  

Jaggery has a number of health benefits like it helps in digestion and improves blood circulation. It is a rich source of iron and vitamin C, it helps relieve cold and cough, boosts energy and immunity. Additionally, gur is known to have properties that keep your body warm, hence it is widely consumed during winters.

Jaggery Recipes used in Festivals

Peanut ChikkiPeanut Chikki

Makar Sankranti is a Hindu harvest festival celebrated all over India in different forms. In southern India it is celebrated as Pongal, Bihu in Assam, Lohri in Punjab, Poush Sangkranti in West Bengal, Maghi in Himachal Pradesh. People in Gujarat fly kites in the beautiful sky and relish saat dhaan khichri and undhiyu. Maharashtrians exchange laddu and greet , "Til, gud ghya ni god god bola" which means Eat Til and Gur and speak well. Families prepare different delicacies like Til Papdi chikki, peanut chikki, Kurmura chikki, Til and dryfruit chikki, sweet pongal.

Jaggery Sweet Recipes

Puran PoliPuran Poli

Indian festivals or any other occasions are incomplete without sweets and also, we have a big sweettooth for desserts post meals. Jaggery has always been used to make a number of traditional desserts like Gur Chawal , Puran poli, Moong Dal Payasam, Modak, Gulgule.

Gujarati's love to add a touch of sweetness to their food. Jaggery balances the salty, sour and spicy flavors of the dish. Try these Gujarati Dal, Dal Dhokli , Toovar DalLachko Dal , Fajeto  to tantalize your tastebuds!

Jaggery Recipes used in Chutney

Khajur Imli ki ChutneyKhajur Imli ki Chutney

Jaggery is also used to make a variety of chutneys, which acts as an accompaniment that never fails our tastebuds. Blend some simple ingredients along with jaggery to create a medley of flavours. Ginger chutney, Coriander chutney, Mysore chutney, Malgapodi, Khajur Imli ki chutney pairs well with appetizers.

Enjoy our collection of Jaggery recipes and Jaggery Sweet recipes below.

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Recipe# 12601
11 Aug 11

 by madhuri_a1
Aamabtvaran is a maharashtrian way of cooking varan or lentils. The tuar dal is cooked, mashed and then simmered in tamarind water. Serve the sour and spicy ambatvaran tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and green chillies.
Recipe# 16002
28 Sep 18

 by deeparah
No reviews
A favorite sweet recipe in tamil households during festivals like diwali is adhirasam. A rice flour based fried adhirasam is soaked in sugar syrup and then enjoyed with cardamom powder sprinkled over the top.
Recipe# 10283
15 Mar 01

 by radhabaloo
No reviews
Ajwain lehiyam is a herbal treatment or medicine for indigestion and acidity. The ajwain lehiyam or balls are removed from fire and put on the tongue after cooling.
Akkara Adisil
Recipe# 38976
24 Nov 13

 by Shanthi Krishnakumar
No reviews
This "akkara adisil" is a sweet of iyengar cuisine prepared on the koodaravalli day (27th day of margazhi) and offered to the lord. Enjoy the iyengar famous akkara adisil (akkaravadisal).
Recipe# 9817
11 Aug 11

 by jolu
No reviews
Paal appam is a traditional south indian appam recipe which is typically served with paal(or coconut milk). The appams are made from rice and lentil based batter which is spread on tawa and cooked covered for few minutes. The appams may be served with coconut milk or any curry of choice.
Recipe# 9673
23 Sep 18

 
by anursk
No reviews
An innovative chutney recipe, allam pachadi or ginger chutney with shredded ginger blended with oil, salt, spices and other spices is an amazing accompaniment to meals or snacks.
Recipe# 37752
16 Jan 13

 
by Radha Hoizal
No reviews
Today's kids have put hteir moms on their heels.Each mom has to think a lot how make kids eat everything.One such thing is Chikkis-some kids like them very much while some don't even come near it,so for such keds here is a better option.Try out!
Recipe# 39617
23 Aug 14

 by supriya006
It is one of the most traditional Rajasthani dish which keeps you healthy as well as delighted with its taste and aroma
Recipe# 9886
08 Oct 02

 
by preekar
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An innovative chutney recipe, aloo bukhare or plum ki chutney with chopped plum or aloo bukhara blended with sugar, salt, and other spices is an amazing accompaniment to meals or snacks.
Recipe# 15357
12 Jul 04

 by kavitakj
No reviews
Tickle your senses with this tantalizing Aloo chaat recipe, created from boiled potatoes or aloo. The diced potatoes are tossed with sweet and sour chutneys, spice powders and chopped chillies and coriander leaves. Enjoy the aloo chaat as starter or cocktail snack.
Recipe# 12633
26 May 01

 by prasadsarangdhar
No reviews
The taste bud tingling aloo tikki chaat is a popular and favorite tikki or cutlet recipe with mashed boiled potatoes, corn and spices as fillings. Garnish the aloo tikkis with imli chutney, curd, coriander chutney, chaat masala, etc and the lip smacking aloo tikki chaat would be ready to eat. Shar ....
Recipe# 12497
29 Jun 01

 by nutan36
No reviews
A spicy aloo-kachaloo (colocasia) chaat recipe which is sure to tingle your taste buds. A combination of boiled kachaloo and potatoes tossed together with a tangy chaat masala, this chaat is irrestible! Try this spicy and mazedar kachaloo and aloo recipe to entice your family and guests.
Recipe# 13928
28 Jun 03

 
by padma prasad
No reviews
Anapakaya (surakkai) kottu is a vegetable and lentil based South Indian main course preparation. The bottle gourd or surakkai is cooked with red gram or tuar dal along with coconut, tamarind and ginger garlic paste. Enjoy the kottu curry with boiled rice.
Recipe# 35642
21 Nov 16

 
by simplyme!
No reviews
Anarsa is an authentic maharashtrian snack especially prepared on festive occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali ....
Andhra Pesarattu with Ginger Chutney
Recipe# 13121
13 Aug 11

 by v_saj
No reviews
Andhra pesarattu or green moong dal dosa is a delicious lentil based pancake recipe which is best enjoyed with a spicy ginger chutney. Prepare the andhra pesarattu with ginger chutney as a healthy breakfast option
Recipe# 14885
24 Feb 04

 by kundhu
No reviews
Andhra Pesarattu with ginger chutney makes for a lovely delicious and healthy breakfast combination. The pesarattu is prepared from a batter comprising of moong dal and is then served crispy hot with ginger pickle or chutney.
Recipe# 13639
14 Sep 11

 by devi.m
No reviews
A south indian dessert recipe, appalu (jaggery) is prepared by cooking together rice flour with coconut, nuts and jaggery. Relish the appalu as a sweet delight after meals or as in between snacking option.
Recipe# 12822
12 Feb 01

 by dipanilesh
No reviews
The sensational and simple arbi chaat is a tasty recipe to prepare the spicy and tangy arbi chaat. The boiled arbis are served with imli chutney, chilli paste and curd as topping
Recipe# 12556
12 Jun 01

 by chahatjh
No reviews
1. addition of carrot, beetroot can be made to the ash gourd
2.also help full whilst trying to loose weight as it is non fat and ash gourd is very healthy
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