Recipe Of The Day: Tickle Your Tastebuds With A Gujarati Sweet Dish
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How close is gajar ka halwa to your heart? If you’ve drooled over gajar ka halwa almost every year, then we suggest you try a similar sweet dish that has the best of everything one desires. Lapsi is a traditional Indian sweet dish that is very popular among people from Gujarat and Rajasthan. Whether it's a midday sweet craving or a special occasion, lapsi serves as a must-sweet dish that draws the attention of all that always indulges one in the richness of dry fruits, jaggery and tempting creamy flavour. This wholesome wheat-based dessert is one of the best ways to treat yourself to a delightful dessert that is both flavourful and healthy for your belly.  

Here are some easy steps to follow while preparing this sweet dish at home that takes less than an hour to get ready.


  • 1 cup daliya ( broken wheat)
  • 3 cup water
  • 4 tablespoon ghee
  • Half cup jaggery
  • Dry fruits ( Kaju, kishmish, badam) 
  • Cardamom powder
  • Kesar

Steps in the making-

  • Take a pressure cooker and add two tablespoons of ghee, and broken wheat into it. Roast them together. 
  • Then add some water and cook all the ingredients on medium until you hear at least 4-5 whistles.
  • Once cooked, add half a cup jaggery and some more water according to consistency. 
  • Now take a pan and heat it with ghee by adding the remaining ghee. Add all the dry fruits and roast them for a while on a low-medium flame until it turns brown-golden.
  • Also, add cardamom powder and kesar in the pressure cooker and the roasted dry fruits for the extra flavour. Cook for about 10-15 minutes more. 
  • There you go! Lapsi is ready to serve warm and relish.

Can’t wait to indulge yourself in a rich and flavourful dessert? Hurry up and make lapsi at home soon and wait until you are lost in this heavenly delight.