So diwali festivals are over now and winter season just started slowly slowly and in winters, Panjiri is mostly you can find in most of the homes of North india but this Panjiri is bit different which I’m gonna share here right now. Traditions Panjiri have lots of ghee, roasted wheat flour with dried fruits and a bit of time to make it. Here we skip the flour and lots of ghee but the quantity of dry fruits must be high just because if you add less dried fruits then you won’t get the right flavor. Normally people add many things like kamarkas (Palasha) , dried ginger powder etc. too in panjiri but I haven’t added those extra things to make it simple and easy. And the main thing is that you can make it as quick as just in 5-7 minutes. Here is the recipe…
Dried Breadcrumbs – 3-4 cups
Dried fruits – chopped ½ cup
Powdered sugar – ½ cup
Desi Ghee – 2-3tsp.
Heat 1tsp. ghee in pan and roast chopped dried fruits for 30-40 secods and keep aside.
Now add 2tsp. ghee and add dried bread crumbs and roast them on high heat for 1-2 minutes. When bread crumbs starts getting brown, just put flame on low and add powdered sugar.
Mix well so sugar get absorb by breadcrumbs but not much so they got sticky.
Now add roasted dried fruits and mix for 30 seconds.
And see, your crunchy Breadcrumbs panjiri is ready to serve.
It’s really, easy, quick and one of the best use for leftover bread. You can use normal or wheatflour bread to use for Breadcrumbs. You can make breadcrumbs at your home too with the help of the Homemade Breadcrumbs recipe.