Do you remember that the festival of Rakshabandhan is going to come on 3rd August. It is known to all that Rakshabandhan is the festival of brother and sister love and this time due to corona virus no one would like to make their brother sick by feeding them outside sweets because most of the people would like to eat sweets made at home.
So today we are going to tell you such a recipe that is also a unique sweet, so let’s know the easy recipe of making Ghevar at home within 1 hour, which will keep your brother’s health and will bring more sweetness in your relationship.
Preparation For Ghevar Making Recipe
So let us first know what are the ingredients you need to make Ghevar. By the way, all these items will be found in your kitchen, if nothing is available then you can go to any stall and get these items.
3 cups flour
1 (solid) gram ghee
3-4 ice cubes
4 cups water
1/2 cup milk-
1/4 tsp food color (yellow)-
Ghee (for deep frying)
to make syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 tsp cardamom powder
1 tbsp almonds and pistachios (chopped)-
milk and saffron
How To Make Ghevar Making Recipe
1. To make Ghevar, first one wire syrup has to be made. After this, put ghee and a piece of ice in a big bowl and keep stirring it rapidly.
Keep stirring it while adding ice cubes to the ghee until the color of the ghee becomes white. After doing this, mix milk, flour and water and make a thin mixture from it.
Now dissolve the yellow color of food in some water well. Keep in mind that the mixture should be thin.
2. Now take a steel or aluminum vessel, which should be at least 12 inches in length and five-six inches thick. Now fill half the vessel with ghee and heat it.
When smoke starts coming out of the ghee, add 50 ml. Fill the mixture like a thin stream in the glass and pour it in the center of the vessel.
3. After adding it, allow this mixture to freeze well. While the mixture is set, pour another glass of the mixture in a circular motion around the sides of the vessel.
Ghevar will start leaving the side of the vessel and small holes start appearing in it, then take it out carefully and keep it on a wire sieve.
4. Now keep the syrup in an open vessel, now take out the Ghevar by dipping it in hot syrup. To remove excess sugar syrup from Ghevar, keep it on a wire.
When it cools down, apply silver foil on the top of the Ghevar. Sprinkle a little saffron on it, garnish it with chopped dry fruits and a few pinches of cardamom powder. You can serve this ghevar with rabri as well as with milk.