Janmashtami: Offer this traditional panjiri to Lord Krishna on Janmashtami, learn simple recipe - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Janmashtami: Offer this traditional panjiri to Lord Krishna on Janmashtami, learn simple recipe

Don't know how many types of dishes are made for Krishna Janmotsav, from sweets, but the enjoyment of Panjiri is considered very important. So let's know the traditional recipe of making Coriander Panjiri.

Janmashtami, the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, is celebrated with great pomp across the country. To welcome Kanha, on this day special dishes are prepared in many ways from decorating the tableau. On the other hand, after the birth of Krishna, traditionally, panjiri bhog is offered and the fast is broken with this prasad. Panjiri made of coriander, nuts and ghee not only tastes good, but it is also considered beneficial for health. Coriander Panjiri can be prepared in simple steps.

It does not take much time to make coriander panjiri. But for good consistency and taste it is necessary to follow each and every step properly while making this. So let's know the step by step recipe of making coriander leaves.

Ingredients to make Panjiri

Dry coriander powder approximately 100 grams (ground at home)

Ground sugar candy (for sweetness) as per taste

Dry fruits like chopped gola, almonds, cashew nuts, makhana, chironji etc.

8 to 10 green cardamom (ground)

Poppy seeds (poppy seeds) about 50 grams

Desi Ghee

Recipe for making Coriander Panjiri, Step 1

Cut the dry fruits into small pieces and add two teaspoons of desi ghee in a pan and roast it lightly on medium flame and take out the dry fruits in a plate and keep them to cool.

Step 2

Now put poppy seeds in the pan and fry while stirring with a ladle and take it out separately. After this, again add desi ghee in the pan and add coriander powder and roast it while stirring continuously until the aroma comes out. Leave it to cool for some time.

Step 3

Mix Poppy seeds, dry fruits, well in the roasted coriander powder and in the last mix the ground sugar candy and cardamom powder well. After eating this Panjiri, you can store it by closing it in an air tight box. It does not spoil comfortably for a week to fifteen days. If you want, you can also make laddoos by mixing mawa in this panjiri.

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