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Kabuli Pinni Recipe: If you love making sweets and snacks at home, make sure you put this on your list

Pinnis are traditionally made using wheat flour or atta

Kabuli Pinni Recipe: If you love making sweets and snacks at home, make sure you put this on your list
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Pinnis are an integral part of winters and are widely prepared and eaten in the Northern states of India.

Pinnis are traditionally made using wheat flour or atta, but in this recipe, we will give out a unique way of preparing pinnis by using chickpea flour.

If you are a sweet lover, then you just can't miss out on this tempting pinni recipe. This tasty pinnis will not only satiate your sweet tooth but will also keep you warm during the chilly season.

The mixture of kabuli flour, ghee and nuts will also help in boosting your immunity.

If you love making sweets and snacks at home, then make sure you put this Kabuli Pinni recipe on your list and try it out as soon as possible.

Be it kids or adults, everyone will love these scrumptious pinnis. We have used sugar in the recipe, however, you can use desi khaand, shakar or even jaggery powder to sweeten the pinnis.

Make sure you store the prepared pinnis in an airtight container to make them last long.

15 Servings

1 cup chickpeas flour

1 cup khoya

1/2 cup powdered sugar

1/2 cup ghee

10 raisins

5 cashews

5 pistachios

5 almonds

1/4 teaspoon powdered green cardamom

1 teaspoon milk

Step 1 / 4 Roast The Chickpea Flour In Ghee

Heat ghee in a pan or kadhai or a thick-bottomed deep pan. Add chickpea flour and stir for 3 - 4 minutes or until it turns light brown and becomes aromatic. Transfer it to another plate and keep it aside. (It will be in liquid form but no problem. When you add khoya and sugar it will harden.)

Step 2 / 4 Roast The Khoya And Mix With Flour

In another kadhai, dry roast the crumbled khoya until it becomes light brown in colour. Stir it constantly so that it does not stick to the bottom of the pan. (This will take around 5 - 6 minutes). Remove the pan from heat. Add the roasted flour and give a mix.

Step 3 / 4 Make The Pinni Mixture

Now let the khoya-flour mixture cool down a bit. Now add sugar powder and all the nuts. Add 1 tsp milk and mix well. Now let it rest for about 15 minutes.

Step 4 / 4 Make Pinnis And Serve

Now grease your hands with some ghee and make small pinnis from the mixture. Once all the pinnis are made, serve them and store the rest in an airtight container.

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