Thursday, April 11, 2013

Rajasthani Lapsi/Broken Wheat Pudding

You might heard lot about Lapsi, a beautiful sweet prepared with wheat rava aka dalia, but my today's recipe is going to be an another lapsi from Rajasthan. Rajasthani lapsi are traditionally prepared with jaggery and with ghee along with nuts and raisins. They looks dark in colour and they tastes absolutely fabulous. I referred two blogs for this lapsi and got a better idea about this lapsi finally tried it. They turned out extremely delicious and i couldnt stop myself having it. But this recipe is from Priya's Mharo Rajasthan's Recipes instead of sugar i used jaggery apart from it, i followed Priya's recipes.

Since this week is going to be traditional foods for blogging marathon, am posting again a beautiful sweet from Rajasthan. Make some lapsi with jaggery next time if you are planning for,am sure you guys will love it.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.Sending to my own event CWS-Almonds guest hosted by Preeti of Simply Tadka.


1cup Wheat rava/Broken wheat
3/4cup Ghee
3/4cup Grated Jaggery
3cups Water
1/4cup Almonds (sliced)& raisins

Heat the ghee in a pan, ghee makes this seriously super rich and flavourful.

Add the wheat rava/broken wheat to the ghee and roast it until a nice aroma comes out.

Add the water, jaggery to the roasted broken wheat and cook in simmer until the broken wheat gets well cooked.

Finally add the raisins and almonds, cook again for few more minutes.

Serve warm topped with more nuts.

58 comments:

  1. Wow. Either i shud stop blogging or pause diet plans... Both wont go together :-(

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  2. Very new to me sis thanks for the lapsi recipe will try this

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  3. Yumm. Love the addition of jaggery

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  4. This sweet is new to me.. Always Love the Indian sweets.. Really loved the way you clicked the picture..

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  5. Dessert looks so delicious Akka.. Love the presentation.. Very festive..

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  6. Priya ,U are such a dedicated blogger!! I admire ur skills.

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  7. Wow delicious Pudding,luks so tempting Priya...Kalakal Presentation:)

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  8. Lapsi looks absolutely delicious.Can finish off in no time.

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  9. Laapsi is a delicious dish from Rajasthan...and we all love it..like the way you have made it.

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  10. Seriously drooling here Priya! Love the pic and the color! Not to mention the beautiful necklace set in the back ground! Love it!

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  11. That's an interesting one...
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  12. New recipe as well for me..Whatever but,I must confess that I am drooling badly...Superbly aesthetic presentation Priya.

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  13. that looks absolutely amazing, love that pic, looks so delectable... and lol to hasna's comments!!! :)

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  14. Very nice and new priya, I love jaggery so will surely try it...

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  15. Beautiful photos! necklace looks so cute...Never tried this kind of pudding. Sounds very interesting. Must try.

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  16. Recipe looks so yumm sis lovely dessert...

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  17. Never tried recipe with dalia...Looks tempting!

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  18. Beautiful photos! necklace looks so cute.

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  19. wow the lapsi is so droolworthy... jewelry looks super good in the background... so festive..
    Sowmya
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  20. We had this during winter every year.. its sinful!

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  21. Nice recipe...Looks yum! Thanks for getting back on the brownie..will try it and let you know

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  22. I love lapsi made using jaggery. This is how we Gujarati's make it too and usually when doing kuldevi pooja. Lovely photographs....and couldn't help admiring the jewellery. Very clever use of props!!

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  23. healthy new looking lapse....loved the colour

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  24. Mouth watering recipe! Due to Jaggery, the sweet got a beautiful colour! looks great!

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  25. lovely presentation sis.. yen kolareenga dessert kaati :)

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  26. Lapsi looks so rich Priya, I love the entire set up!

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  27. Yummy sweet..Will try this soon...Thank you for stopping by my blog..

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  28. Wow.. what a authentic tradition..
    Thanks for sharing with event also.

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  29. Lapsi looks yummy and nice idea of using jaggery..

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  30. Looks yummy ! I have never tried with Jaggery . It looks tempeting.

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  31. Looks awesome, would like to have some now..

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  32. This is new to me,broken wheat pudding is healthy,will try this.

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  33. Sounds delicious, yummy dessert with a better option than sugar!

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  34. Wow sounds so delicious would like to try this, very nice presentation...kalakrrenga pics la :) super!

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  35. This is new and love to try it..

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  36. Wow.. Healthy touch to the sweet section.. Love the cuppa :)

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  37. I am yet to make this delight! Looks heavenly!

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  38. Lapsi is inviting similar to our kesari in another version.

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  39. Lapsi is inviting. Seems like rava kesaris cousin.

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  40. Lovely dessert..beautiful picture composition!!

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  41. Love that picture. Lapsi sounds amazing.

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  42. Your laapsi has such a nice and rich color. Mark of a true skill to make it just perfect. :)

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  43. beautiful presentation Priya...love the delicious lapsi

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  44. Yummy lapsi. I love this jaggery version and the color it imparted to the dish.

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