Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Sukhdi

Sukhdi, Gor Papdi or Gur Papdi whatever you may call it, this simply delicious and divine sweet is sure to make an impressive addition to the repertoire of your authentic recipes!  This traditional and authentic delicacy from Gujarat is one of the common and frequently made sweet dishes which is made of staple ingredients such as whole wheat flour, ghee and jaggery. It is rich, filling and surely provides a lot of energy.

A traditional Gujarati recipe that tastes delicious and divine, prepared with staple ingredients such as wheat flour, ghee and jaggery.



Sukhdi is one of those sweets that you just crave for it,  I never planned in advance to prepare Sukhdi it's always been on instant demand by my daughter and hubby who sometimes have cravings for this even around the middle of the night;-)) 


A traditional Gujarati recipe that tastes delicious and divine, prepared with staple ingredients such as wheat flour, ghee and jaggery.


SUKHDI OR GOR PAPDI


In Gujarati, SUKH means happiness and generally, sweets are prepared on happy occasions :) In the word GOR PAPDI, Gor translates Jaggery and Papdi means Thins, as the main ingredient in this dish is Jaggery. Sukhdi is a jaggery bar or fudge, and one of those dishes which can be made in a jiffy, fuss-free recipe and can be done with those basic ingredients which are easily available in Indian kitchens. Sukhdi is also one of those sweets that can stay fresh for a longer period thus it is known as a picnic, travelling or lunch box item. According to many Indian health experts, Sukhdi is considered as healthy sweet or snacks for growing up children as these bars or fudge prepared with wholesome ingredients such as wheat flour, ghee and jaggery, as compared with plain flour biscuits or chocolates.

MAHUDI NI SUKHDI


In Gujarat, a place called ' MAHUDI', Mahudi Derasar ( Jain Temple) is considered to be one of the most sacred Jain pilgrims, however, anyone can pay a visit to this temple anytime.  At this temple, this strict tradition has to follow that ONLY sukhdi can be offered as prasad ( offering to God ) and that too, made at the temple premises and the same Prasad is to be consumed and shared within the temple premises with other devotees, also strictly forbidden to take Prasad out of the premises. I have been lucky to visit this temple a couple of times when I was a very young girl and I remember that divine taste of the Sukhdi, which is considered to be the best!

SUKHDI WITH VARIATION


A basic and traditional recipe prepared with whole wheat flour, ghee and jaggery, so simple. Keep these three ingredients as a base and you can add and swap the mix-ins according to your preferences and that will yield different types and flavours of Sukhdi. For a sweet and aromatic flavoured Sukhdi add cardamom or nutmeg powder. Add nuts powder such as coconut, almonds or cashew, for a fruity twist add dried dates, figs or raisins or for a strong and robust taste add Goond (edible gum), dried ginger powder. Usually, Sukhdi is set in a tray, then cut into square or diamond shape or can be served warm in a bowl too, which can be scooped.

A traditional Gujarati recipe that tastes delicious and divine, prepared with staple ingredients such as wheat flour, ghee and jaggery.

LET'S TALK INGREDIENTS


For a basic Suskhdi recipe you will need three basic ingredients and all of them are necessary.

Flour - You'll need whole wheat flour also known as Roti Ka Aata or Chapatti Aata. Usually, fine roti flour is used in this recipe, but I have seen many uses coarse whole wheat flour too. I always use wholemeal roti aata which is packed with wheat bran thus my Sukhdi appear darker brown.

Ghee - For an authentic taste, dairy ghee is vital but again I have seen people using vegetable ghee ( Dalda) as in India pure dairy ghee is expensive, however for vegan recipe vegetable ghee works fine here.

Jaggery - Jaggery 'Gor' in Gujarati and 'Gud' in Hindi, available easily in any Asian food shops. Health experts giving us countless benefits of jaggery, when used in moderation. In the market various types of Jaggery is available. Organic and Desi jaggery are in darker colour, also very pale yellow colour jaggery available too, according to health experts this pale yellow jaggery is adulterated, however, any type of Jaggery can be used for making Sukhdi.

LET'S MAKE SUKHDI

Grease a tray or baking pan with ghee or unflavoured cooking oil or spray.
Heat ghee in a heavy bottom kadai and add flour.
On a very low heat fry the flour, keep stirring until nicely roasted brown but not burnt and it releases its aroma.


Add grated jaggery and quickly mix everything.
Pour the mixture into a greased thali and pressed evenly.
Let it cool for five minutes then cut into the desired shape.
Store in an airtight container.


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Sukhdi, Gujarati sweet, Gor Papdi, Gur papdi , jaggery recipe
Desserts, Snacks
Gujarati
Yield: 10-12 pieces

Sukhdi - Gor Papdi

A traditional Gujarati recipe that tastes delicious and divine, prepared with staple ingredients such as wheat flour, ghee and jaggery.
prep time: 5 minscook time: 15 minstotal time: 20 mins

ingredients

  • 1 cup wholemeal flour(roti atta)
  • 1/2 cup grated jaggery*
  • 3/4 cup ghee**
  • 2 TBSP. slivered almonds and pistachio***

instructions

Grease a thali or baking tin with flavourless oil or ghee.
In a heavy bottom pan or kadai heat ghee and add flour.  
Roast on a low heat till turns golden brown and you can smell the sweet roasting aroma. Be careful not to burn the flour. 
When the mixture comes together add the grated jaggery and mix very well.  
Take off the heat and spread the mixture evenly in a greased tray.  
Sprinkle almond and pistachio slivers and press it well and cut into a diamond shape while it's warm.  
Let it cool bit more and serve

NOTES:

After adding the jaggery, turn off the heat straight away.

* You can use jaggery powder too.

**Instead of Ghee one can use unsalted butter too.

*** Not an almond fan, use cashews instead.
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Hello to all my Bloggywood Friends, time fly too quickly. I remember how much encouragement I needed to start this blog, and today writing my 50th post. It's a milestone, the feeling of happiness which may be Sachin felt after making his first half Century! I never thought that I would write my 50th post within such a short time, but with my family support and also all of you fellow bloggers, who have been a great source of inspiration with all the kind remarks and feedbacks, it means a great deal to me and it has really been worth it because without you lovely guys I wouldn't have also made some great friends around the world.....;-))

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67 comments:

  1. Very healthy sukhdi (godpapdi)..with tons of all deserved awards..Congrats Jagruti!! A milestone achieved....many many more to accomplish.

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  2. Hey Jagruthi! congrats on all ur awards and wishing u many many more to come.Just keep rocking.congrats on ur 50th post.The sweet is absolutely delicious and yummy.

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  3. congrats dear.......
    jaggery fudge looks yummy and simple.......

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  4. Congrats for your 50th post and all the awards, sukhdi is healthy and delicious too.

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  5. Hi
    Congrats on your 50th post. and All the best for next many multiplied by N numbers.

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  6. Hey I love that GULPAPDI too. Congrats on the 50 and head fast towards a century. Hit many more 4's and 6's...and many more awards.

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  7. hey congrats on your 50th post..love the gul papadi..and congrats on all your awards..all very well deserved.

    www.foodlyrics.com

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  8. Congrats on ur awards.........This dish looks good and healthy.

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  9. Congratulations!
    That looks so tempting!

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  10. Fitting Tofas for a 50th post celebration. Enjoy.

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  11. congrats for the award jagruthi...lovely dish...

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  12. Never heard of this before.... looks great! Congrats on ur awards and the 50th post!

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  13. Jagery fudge sounds easy to prepare.Going to try today itself.
    Congrats on your awards!!!

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  14. Thanks friends!!
    @ Pari; I am a new batsman..;-))just keeping myself on a pitch..you all are allrounder in this field..lol..hahahaha!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. Congrat Jagruti for reaching this milestone, really happy for u dear..keep rocking and jaggery fudge looks fantastic and delicious, wat an excellent way to celebrate ur 50th post...


    COngrats on ur awards..

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  16. Thats a new recipe for me..Sounds easy...Should try out for my son...Thanks 4 sharing

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  17. Dear jagruti
    Congratulations on your receiving so many awards.
    I like this sweet dish..but did not know this is the way it is made..will try when I am back
    have a nice sunday

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  18. Congrats on your 5oth post .Wishing you many more posts and a speedy time to a century.
    Congrats on your awards too.Wishing many more to come
    The sukhdi looks yummy, never made it before but will surely try it.
    The appam pan I bought from popat food stores in ealing road wembley.

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  19. Very healthy and delicious fudge...looks very tempting...congrats on your 50th posts and al your awards :) Keep rocking!

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  20. Congrats for the 50th post and awards...keep going!!! jaggery fudge looks yummy...

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  21. Congrats on your 50th post. your fudge looks healthy and yummy

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  22. Great job, Jagruthi on reaching this milestone!!!

    Lovely dish to celebrate it too...your hard work shows on the beauty of the blog...

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  23. COngrats Jagrutiiiiii.......fudge simply looks awesome!!!

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  24. Congratulations on all these awards! I am very interested in the recipe as well, it sounds too delicious for words~ and crunchy, which I crave!

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  25. My husband is a lover of jaggery! If he sees this, he'll drool so badly! Ha! Ha! Congrats on the awards and the 50th post!

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  26. Congrats on your 50th post and the awards..loved your jaggery fudge:-)

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  27. congrats dear....congrats on all ur awards too...dish looks superb!

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  28. Heartiest congratulations for your 50th post and for all your lovely awards. Keep it up!
    The sweet looks delicious and tempting.

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  29. Dear Jagruti......
    Many Many COngratulations on your 50th post and the lovely & wonderful awards bestowed on you..... You truly deserve them dear.......
    Sukhdi looks wonderful.....and yummy
    To many many more wonderful awards and looking forward to many such lovely posts from you......
    Best Wishes and Lots & Lots of Love

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  30. Congratulations on ur 50th post dear!!!!!!!

    Jagery fudge sounds very interesting. will soon give a try :-)

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  31. congraz on your 50th post and wish to many more yummy dishes on your lovely blog...and congraz for all well deserving awards too...

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  32. Hola JAgruti...wanna take and accept all these awards as many others but everybody is shy when their names aint added :-)))))hehehehehehe

    Wanted to tell ya also that had added u for my creative writer award too....and have a few more too which hope u will enjoy....

    Congrats on ur 50th post sweetie and these wonderful awards.....Have never had anything like this ...msut try.....

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  33. nice sweet dear....and congrts on ur 50th post and award

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  34. Hi Jag, congratz on ur 50th post..! So happy for U! Way to goooo ;)

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  35. happy 50th post! I definitely am glad you started this blog...now I get to see all of this delicious food!

    COngrats on the awards...you definitely deserve them!

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  36. Congrats on your 50th post and awards...wish u many many more......Jaggary fudge looks delicious...

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  37. Congratulations on your 50th post!I came across your site from the foodieblogroll. I'd love to guide foodista readers to your site.Just add your choice of Foodista widget at the end of this blog post and you're all set. Thanks!

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  38. Congrats Jagruti, healthy treat....Love your tiger bread, bookmarking it...thanks for sharing...

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  39. hey...congrats on your 50 th post !!

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  40. Hey Jagruti,

    First of all, please accept my sincere apology for the delay in joining u..... I don't know how I missed.... U have an awesome space too, with awesome preps..... I love this sukhdi which is sincerely sinful..... Very yummy though... Ek do paap to maaph bhi ho jaathi hain....jo achche ho....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  41. Jagurti,

    Congrats on your awards and achiving milestone.Nice sweet dish

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  42. hi Jagruti,
    many congrats for getting half century,hope you can achive at least triple century like Sehwag,you have many great recipes and one hopes for even more from you.
    Keep it up!! and thanks
    Raj

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  43. Congrats on your milestone and also for your awards !!! Great dessert to celebrate the occasion :-)

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  44. congrats on post 50, and also these wodnerful awards, Jagruti! Keep it up, your blog is so wonderful, I am looking forward to many more such delicious recipes from you :)

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  45. Wow, shower of awards! Congrats Jagruti! Also congrats on the half century. Wish you many more. The sweet looks so yummy!

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  46. Congrats on ur 50th post....

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  47. Hey
    Hope u r doing fine :) I missed many of your posts, with try to catch up soon...congrats on your 50th post & well deserved award!Jagery fudge sounds interesting & Yum.

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  48. Congratulations on your 50! Wishing you all the best for many more...

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  49. Congrats on ur well deserved awards&the 5oth post dear.
    Simple&delicious fudge!

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  50. congratulations on 50th post and awards
    sukhdi is new to me
    must give a try

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  51. hey jagruti congrats for ur 50th post...ths sukhdi is new 2 me, looks very tempting...nice recipe...thnx for sharing n congrats for ur awards, may u gt mny more

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  52. Congrats on ur 50th post and all ur awards dear.Keep going.Jaggery fudge is interesting..

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  53. This looks easy and healthy...definitely want to give a try...

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  54. Congrats on ur 50th post...way to go!!!

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  55. Congrats on your awards dear and reaching the 50th post the Shukdi looks very tempting!!!

    http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com

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  56. HI Jags,
    thanks for this
    I took little happiness from here.
    http://niveditaskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/07/sukhdifood-remake.html

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  57. Hey Jags,
    taken little sukh from your blog and shared with my family...
    check the link
    http://niveditaskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/07/sukhdifood-remake.html

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  58. Thank u for sharing this with me, in time for some sugar fix! Much much appreciated :-)

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  59. How pretty and prefect those sukhdi looks, i still remember the taste of yours sukhdi coz i had a chance to taste them, do you remember Jags. And those diamond shaped sukhdi looks absolutely stunning.

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    1. Thanks priya for a lovely comment. Yes I do remember, I hope you guys had enjoyed it :) Let's meet again, so I can bring again for you lovely guys.

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  60. Many congratulations to your first half Century Jagruti. Perfect texture, color and shine!!! Love gud papdi and yours looks so delicious!

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  61. I truly adore these beauties... How simple ingredients but how exotic they look... superb click Jagruti

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  62. I just cannot get over how gorgeous these burfis look Jagruti!! I keep putting off making these decadent beauties and I think it is time I made them soon :) Love easy, quick recipes like these! Awesome clicks too dear :)

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  63. First of all congratulations...
    Being from Gujarat I have tasted gor papdi many times and loved this everytime.
    Beautiful captures.

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  64. Oh yum! I've heard this name for the first time but I'm sure my daddi made something similar when I was very young. Maybe she had a different name for it. This sweet treat looks sinfully delicious and addictive! 😊

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  65. Sukhadi so much reminds me of my grandmother. She use to love it and would ask my mum to prepare it ever so often. I like your idea of adding some nut powder with the flour.

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  66. This looks gorgeous...fabulous click , this makes a healthy and delicious treat

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