Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Farali Rajgiro Magas | How to make Farali Rajgiro Magas

These absolutely sumptuous Farali Rajgiro Magas or Farali Magas (Gluten-free amaranth fudge) are a quick and easy sweet recipe that can be enjoyed during fasting seasons such as Navratri, Shravan month, Mahashivratri or Janamasthmi. These creamy, firm yet melt in your mouth magas (fudge) is also gluten-free, so not only eaten by those who observe fast but who follow the gluten-free diet too.

farli Rajgiro Magas is a scrumptious farali dish that can be enjoyed on fasting days and prepared with amaranth, water chestnut flours, ghee and sugar. These fudge is gluten free.




I absolutely love magas and thought of experimenting with flours to make farali magas, as I had in the larder some leftover amaranth and water chestnut flour with best before date was almost gone, I really wanted to use the flour up, and oh boy, the result was splendid.

What can I say about this experiment, I am so glad I took that risk by wasting time and money. Farali magas actually tasted as delicious as it looks. With the results, I got so happy that quickly I adorned these beauties with almond and pistachio slivers and edible dried rose petals, the contrast of garnishing, and the taste and texture of the magas turned out darn delicious, delectable and simply satisfying that I had to put them in the frame.

farli Rajgiro Magas is a scrumptious farali dish that can be enjoyed on fasting days and prepared with amaranth, water chestnut flours, ghee and sugar. These fudge is gluten free.


Now that I am singing and praising about this achievement, I am sure you are curious how I made it.

What is Farali Rajgiro Magas?


Farali Rajgiro Magas ( Gluten gree Amaranth Fudge) is a sweet dish that is enjoyed during the fasting period. It is made with only four ingredients. Magas or Magaz is an authentic Gujarati, gluten-free sweet dish that is mainly made during Diwali and prepared with coarse chickpea flour, ghee and sugar and topped with nuts. So, this farali rajgiro magas is a variation of the authentic Magas recipe.

Ingredients For Farali Rajgiro Magas?


Farali Rajgiro Magas is prepared with amaranth flour also known as Rajgiro or Rajgaro, and is commonly used in fasting recipes such as Panchratna Rajgiro Siro, Buff Vada or Farali Lauki Muthia. I have also added water chestnut flour ( Singoda No lot ) so the magas sets properly and lends smooth and silky texture. Now that the main ingredients are out of the way you'll need only ghee and powdered sugar (not icing sugar), cardamom powder and some sliced nuts and dried rose petals for decorations, which is optional. To prepare magas, powdered sugar is essential, as in this recipe sugar is added in the end, and you want sugar to be dissolved just in the hot magas mixture.

farli Rajgiro Magas is a scrumptious farali dish that can be enjoyed on fasting days and prepared with amaranth, water chestnut flours, ghee and sugar. These fudge is gluten free.


How To Make Farali Rajgiro Magas?


For Farali Rajgiro Magas recipe, you don't need any preparation. It is an easy and straightforward recipe that can be done in no time, just that it takes little longer to set so I would advise you to make on a previous day.   First heat ghee in a heavy bottom pan, or non-stick pan, add amaranth and water chestnut flour and roast it on a very low heat. For the quantity of my recipe, it will not take more than 8-10 minutes. Once it roasts into brown colour but not burnt, turn off the heat, then add powdered sugar and cardamom. Mix well, do not worry at this stage as the mixture will go runny. Pour the runny mixture into the greased tray or thali. Leave it aside in a cool environment (Not refrigerator)  for at least 6-7 hours. Halfway through sprinkle nuts slivers. Once it set, you'll see a very thin film on it, that's the set ghee. cut magas into the desired shape and garnish the magas with rose petals.

For How Long Farali Rajgiro Magas Will Stay Fresh?


Without any worry, this magas will stay fresh up to 4 days at room temperature.

How To Serve Farali Rajgiro Magas?


Farali rajgiro Magas is perfect on its own, you can have it after a spicy Indian meal. farali meal or even serve as a prasad and a gift for those who are on a gluten-free diet.

farli Rajgiro Magas is a scrumptious farali dish that can be enjoyed on fasting days and prepared with amaranth, water chestnut flours, ghee and sugar. These fudge is gluten free.


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Yield: small 8-10 pieces

Farali Rajgiro Magas

These absolutely sumptuous Farali Rajgiro Magas or Farali Magas are a quick and easy sweet recipe that can be enjoyed during fasting seasons such as Navratri, Shravan month, Mahashivratri or Janamasthmi.
prep time: cook time: 15 minstotal time: 15 mins

ingredients

  1. 3/4 bowl Rajgira flour (amaranth flour)
  2. 1 bowl Singoda flour (water chestnut flour)
  3. 3/4 bowl desi ghee
  4. 1/2 bowl powdered sugar
  5. 2-3 tbsp. almond and pistachio slivers
  6. Dried rose petals ( optional )

instructions

1. Heat ghee in a non-stick pan or heavy bottom kadai and grease one tray or thali with ghee and leave it aside.
2. Add both flours into the ghee, and roast it ( continuous stirring ) on a very low heat for at least 8-10 minutes. 
3. Turn off the heat, and quickly add powdered sugar and cardamom.
Mix well.
4. Pour the runny mixture into the greased thali and leave it aside to set. ( It will take 6-7 hours) 
5. After 4-5 hours, sprinkle nuts slivers and lightly press it.
6. Once it is firm and set, sprinkle rose petals and cut into the desired shape. 
7. Serve and enjoy!

NOTES:

Use the same bowl for all the measurements. ( I used very small Katori )
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32 comments:

  1. Lovely .. after a long long time visiting your blog .. the FB has ruined blogging

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    1. Thank you dada, seeing you here after many many years.

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  2. Jagruti,
    I would fast just to eat this magas! It looks beautiful and i can imagine the taste of rajgiro and shingada flour combined! Superb share!

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  3. This is so beautiful! Almost too pretty to eat...almost ;)

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  4. I have never tried farali magas .... didn't even think about making this.. This is a lovely treat :)

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  5. Love it Jagruti! Your clicks are so good, my mouth is watering already! I don't have these flours, but maybe I will get them soon and try these! Awesome share!

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  6. The almonds, pistachios, and rose petals are a perfect flavor combination. I love the look of these bars as well, they are super pretty!

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  7. This magas sounds super delicious and pretty!! Would love to try these :)

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  8. I've never had anything quite like this before, but would love to try! It looks soooooo pretty too with those dried flowers!

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  9. Magas is my favourite and what a nice idea to use rajgira to make it more nutritious. Sounds and looks delicious.

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  10. I've never had these before. They look beautiful, I'd love to try them!

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  11. Magas looks more beautiful and very attractive as much as like store bought fudges, how pretty those squares of magas looks. Looks wonderful and droolworthy.

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  12. WOW.... Farali Magas You made!! I remember commenting on your fb post about what are the ingredients of this dish last week. Brilliant share dear. As always stunning Photography.

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  13. One of the things I love about the internet is finding fabulous recipes like this that I've never heard of! I love trying new and delicious recipes and this now went on to my to-make list!

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  14. I literally fell for this fudge. Looks delicious and perfect. It's hard to find amaranth flour here. Hopefully I will get the flour and make these yummy fudge soon.

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  15. The fudge looks absolutely delish Jagruti ! The recipe sounds very easy to follow ..thanks for the share. Just love your props and backdrops !

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  16. Wow Jagruti, you never fail to delight us with your unique and interesting creations!! Such a beautiful recipe that I would love to try out during the upcoming Navratri season. Thanks for sharing it !!

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  17. Farali Magas looks stunning, loved it . Hats off for your invention... Awesome, Such fast will be amazing .. loved the easy recipe. Thanks for lovely share.

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  18. Never heard about this recipe before. But these look super yummy. Would love to try them very soon. Thanks for sharing☺

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  19. oh my god really with rajgira and singhada flour this stunning sweet created?? looking fabulous, my trial in this week for sure. My mother in law made halwa which I dint like and due to the exp I never do any sweet experiment with these flours. But this I am surely going to try as looks awesome..

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  20. I have never had the oppurtunity to try Magas. your pics do surely entice me to try them and with the super power grain in it,Jagruthi, that is just topped the list of must dos for me

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  21. I have never heard of singhada flour, infact rajgira as well until recently. Through your blog I am learning lof of new ingredients and dishes as well. Magas looks absolutely STUNNING and it sounds easy to make with few ingredients.

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  22. I have eaten these made with chickpea flour and its so delicious. I love the idea of amaranth too. Perfect for Diwali. I bet the aroma from the ghee is heavenly.

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  23. I have never seen anything like this! Oh my goodness so beautiful! And gluten free! Amazing! Almost too pretty to eat! Almost...I'm SO trying this!!

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  24. I never heard of this before but I want it!! Even the ingredients you are so new to me. But I love that. Your photos are also brilliant (:

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  25. Love these healthy sweets with a traditional touch. Perfect for the festivities as you can have them guilt free. Fab share Jagruti. Just love your posts.

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  26. Gorgeous looking dessert. Looks absolutely delicious! So fudgy, so good! I love that you used Rajgira flour Singoda flour. As healthy as it can get

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  27. I never had these beauties before, but they look scrumptious!)

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  28. This is such a lovely dessert! I've used amaranth in savory dishes before, but didn't realize it could be used in desserts as well.

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  29. Your magas look absolutely gorgeous. I love how you've adorned them -- so pretty and colorful. They sound delicious. We love trying new cuisines and the different dishes. This dessert would be one I couldn't resist.

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  30. Your photography is absolutely stunning! I've never tried farali rajgiro magas before, but I'm totally intrigued now!

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  31. Farali magas looks so good....utterly delicious and you have captured them well making them look all the more attractive with pistachio and rose petals

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