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Rajasthani Lapsi Recipe: This halwa is neither made with atta nor sooji

The key to this lapsi lies in roasting the broken wheat very well

Rajasthani Lapsi Recipe: This halwa is neither made with atta nor sooji
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Fond of desserts and mithai? Try this authentic Rajasthani Lapsi that will woo your taste buds with its delish flavours.

If you often try out unique recipes at home, then don't forget to bookmark this one. Lapsi is a type of Halwa but this recipe comes with a twist.

This halwa is neither made with atta nor sooji. Rather, it is prepared using broken wheat, also known as dalia. Some other ingredients used to make Rajasthani Lapsi are desi ghee, jaggery, coconut, cashews and green cardamom.

The key to this lapsi lies in roasting the broken wheat very well. Roast it in hot desi ghee for at least 10 minutes, until it turns aromatic and changes its colour to light brown.

You can use sugar to sweeten it up, but adding jaggery complements the flavour of the broken wheat and gives lapsi its signature taste.

To make the halwa richer, you can also add almonds and raisins. Be it summers, winter or monsoon, there is no specific time to enjoy this dessert as it can be prepared round the year.

You can make this Rajasthani Lapsi for festivals or on special occasions. Be it kids or adults, everyone will love this recipe for sure.

INGREDIENTS OF RAJASTHANI LAPSI

4 Servings

150 gm broken wheat (dalia)

200 gm jaggery

1/4 cup chopped coconut

2 tablespoon chopped cashews

2 piece green cardamom

4 tablespoon ghee

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HOW TO MAKE RAJASTHANI LAPSI

Step 1 / 4 Roast The Broken Wheat

Heat ghee in a kadhai. Now add crushed cardamom along with broken wheat and mix well. Roast it for about 8-10 minutes or until it turns light brown in colour.

Step 2 / 4 Cook The Broken Wheat

Now add about 3 cups of water and cover with a lid. Let it cook for 8-10 minutes.

Step 3 / 4 Add Jaggery, Coconut And Cashews

Now add finely chopped jaggery, coconut pieces and cashew pieces. Give a mix, again cover with a lid and cook for the last 5-6 minutes. Once the jaggery has melted completely and the mixture has turned thick, lapsi is now ready.

Step 4 / 4 Ready To Be Served

​Rajasthani Lapsi is now ready to be served. Serve it hot and enjoy.

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