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Meetha Gud ka parantha BM#4 Day 7

What its day 7 already? Time flew this time… a week just got over without me realizing it at all and like they say its best to end the meal with a dessert we end our marathon with something sweet too, a sweet parantha. The memories of this parantha for me go back to my badi mummy (granny, mothers mom). I remember we running up to her asking for gud paranthas and she taking her mortar and grinding the badaam, cashew in it slowly adding the jaggery to it and we watching with fascination while the nuts turn into powder and slowly into a goey mass to be stuffed into yummy sweet paranthas

Recipe – Meetha Gud ka parantha (nani ki recipe maa se bhi bahtar … granny’s recipe even better than mom’s)

What I used (into how many ever paranthas u want)

  • A ball of dough for parantha
  • 1 tbsp jaggery
  • 2 badaam powdered
  • 2 cashew powdered
  • handful of raisins
  • pinch of cardamom powder
  • ghee for frying parantha
How I made it
  • Mix together all the ingredients apart from ghee and dough well
  • Roll out the ball and put the above mixture in the centre and fold it to close it fully
  • Roll it again and cook on a hot tava using ghee to fry well..
  • Serve hot with a glass of milk for a healthy breakfast for the kids
Check out my Blogging Marathoners doing BM#4 hosted by Srivalli

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Seven Days of Soup:IlaSmita P 
Seven Days of Indian Bread: Monika
Seven Days of Cakes: Bhagyashri
30 Minutes Meals: Archana 
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13 comments on “Meetha Gud ka parantha BM#4 Day 7

  1. Writerzblock
    April 17, 2011

    Yummy!!! Is this anyway similar to poli or am I confused? Either way, looks great, and I want to try it out soonest!

    • monikamanchanda
      April 17, 2011

      it probably is but this is made out of atta rather than maida

  2. divya
    April 17, 2011

    totally different recipe..stuffing nuts is really richer than any other stuffing…..good and healthy breakfast recipe….

  3. Priya
    April 17, 2011

    Quite a delicious and highly addictive paratha..yumm!

  4. Srivalli
    April 17, 2011

    I make poli both the ways using atta also..so I know how yummy this must be..:)

  5. usha
    April 17, 2011

    Gud ka paratha looks delicious.. I can imagine the flavors of gud and the nuts..

  6. Archana
    April 18, 2011

    Delicious. I made poli on New Years day with aata and it was very nice. Your recipe is also awesome.

  7. Suma Gandlur
    April 18, 2011

    I can imagine how good these sweet parathas must be.

  8. Raji
    April 18, 2011

    These parathas sound so good..would be a treat for kids as well.

  9. ila
    April 18, 2011

    yummy and delicious :)

  10. Sadhana
    April 18, 2011

    These parathas look absolutely delicious. First time here and lovely recipes you got.

  11. UmaS
    April 25, 2011

    Delicious…..am learning abt a sweet parantha only now. :) :)

  12. Shruti
    May 18, 2011

    ur recipe has been “yummy-tummy”ed again!! :) check it out :)

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