Friday, 22 March 2013

Kansar





Ingredients:

1 cup thick wheat flour
½ cup or 60 gm Jaggery
1 ½  water
2 tsp ghee
50 gm sugar powder or as per your taste

Method: 

Add thick wheat flour in a mixing bowl then add 1tsp ghee and mix it well and keep aside. Heat the thick bottom pan on high flame and add water and jaggery. When the water starts boiling, reduce the gas flame and add 1 tsp ghee and mix it well. Add thick wheat flour in boiling water. Stir it properly with one end of a rolling pin. Cover it with a lid and cook for 10 minutes or until  all water is absorbed, stir is occasionally. Remove from the heat. Sprinkle powder sugar before serving. 


Sending this recipe to : Aathidhyam ,vimitha's space , swathi's space  by 27 coupons.com"Authentic Indian Sweets"
   

21 comments:

  1. shu vaat che Hetal? good news ? kansar bane che. looks awesome.

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    1. Thanks. Na dear, koij good news nathi ....

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  2. Healthy and delicious dessert!Nice..

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  3. this is a healthy dessert... nice... :)

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  4. very healthy and yummy dessert :) lovely heart on top dear :)

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  5. i love this sweet....am so thankful that i am able to recognize dishes that i could taste during my old school days

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  6. delicious traditional recipe...

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  7. Delicious dessert, love it, you can link it to Traditional Indian Sweets and Giveaway in my blog

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    1. Thanks Swathi, sure i will send it....

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  8. Thanks all for your comments....

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  9. Congratulations. I have chosen you for the Liebster Award. Please check out my post about it:
    http://scrapbook-carpe-diam.blogspot.de/2013/03/my-first-award-ever.html

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    1. Thanks Dia...It is my third Liebster award...

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  10. So yummy kansar!! I am your new follower. You have a lovely space.
    Do visit/follow my space at-http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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    1. Thanks Rita,
      you also have a nice blog, and glad to follow you back....

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  11. I love Kansar..garma garam ghee and buru khand..so yummy !

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  12. Love your blpg! happy to follow you, you can visit my blog when you find time :)

    http://kitchenista-welcometomykitchen.blogspot.com

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  13. wow so traditional and so authentic... love this one!! Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

    Sowmya
    Event - Authentic Indian Sweets w giveaway
    Event - FR - Eggless Baking - Sweet/Savory
    Event - Crazy for Potatoes
    Event - CWS - Urad Dal

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  14. Thank you for posting Gujarati traditional sweet recipe

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