Sukhdi / Gud Papdi
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Sukhdi / Gud Papdi is a popular Gujarati sweet. It is made using whole wheat flour, jaggery and ghee. It is soft, crumbly and has melt in the mouth texture.

Sukhdi is quite an easy to make sweet that can be made in fifteen minutes. It is ideal to make during festivities or as a snack to eat anytime. I have tried to keep the recipe authentic, so not added any embellishments to it. One may add cashew pieces, cardamom powder or even grated coconut to it. Anyway, it tastes good as it is if made perfectly.

It is called as Sukhdi in Gujarat while in Maharashtra it is popular as Gud Papdi or Gol Papdi.

A few other sweet recipes from the blog that you may like are Mamra na ladoo, Tapeshwara Khaja, Ellu Holige

 Sukhdi / Gud Papdi.

Ingredients:

  • 2/3 cup wheat flour
  • 1/3 cup ghee
  • 1/4 cup jaggery

Method:

  1. Keep all the ingredients ready, grate the jaggery or powder it.
  2. Grease a plate with little ghee.
  3. Take ghee in a pan and heat it on a low flame.
  4. Once the ghee melts, add wheat flour to it and mix it with a ladle.
  5. Let it cook on a slow flame, keep stirring. Once the mixture changes it colour and aroma is felt, it is done.
  6. Switch off the stove, add jaggery to it mix it well and spread it over the greased plate.
  7. Let it cool for a few minutes.
  8. Cut into desired shape.
  9. Sukhdi / Gud Papdi is ready to serve

Take a tip:

  • Quantity of ghee is in semi-liquid form.
  • Keep stirring and let the wheat flour be brown in colour. If you do not stir, it will get burnt easily.
  • Jaggery needs to be grated or powdered finely.
  • Do not add jaggery and heat it further. It may become chewy.

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Here’s the video of the making of Sukhdi / Gud Papdi

Sukhdi / Gud Papdi

Sukhdi / Gid Papdi is a soft, melt in the mouth sweet from Gujarati cuisine.

Course indian sweets
Cuisine Gujarati
Keyword gol papdi, gud papdi, gujarati sweets, gul papdi, sukhdi, sweets
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Author Jayashree

Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup wheat flour
  • 1/3 cup ghee
  • 1/4 cup jaggery

Instructions

  1. Keep all the ingredients ready, the jaggery should be grated.

  2. Grease a plate with a little ghee.

  3. Take ghee in a pan and heat it. Once it melts, put the flour in it and roast it to a golden colour.

  4. Keep stirring, once it is done, switch off the gas.

  5. Add jaggery, mix it well and pour it on the greased plate and spread it with the spatula.

  6. Let cool for a few minutes, cut into desired shape.

Recipe Notes

  • Quantity of ghee is in semi-liquid form.
  • Keep stirring and let the wheat flour be brown in colour. If you do not stir, it will get burnt easily.
  • Jaggery needs to be grated or powdered finely.
  • Do not add jaggery and heat it further. It may become chewy.

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11 Comments
  1. Ruchisvegkitchen

    Yummy. My most favorite sweet . Love it

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  2. vandanahr2gmailcom

    Loved this simple recipe. It sounds so simple and delicious. I love every dessert that has jaggery in it so I am sure I will love this too.

    Reply
  3. FoodTrails

    Perfect recipe for winters.. I prefer jaggery based desserts than sugar loaded ones and this one looks so delicious!!

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  4. Pavani

    Such an amazing winter dessert this is. With just 3 ingredients, this is an easy recipe too. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe with us.

    Reply
  5. amrita

    Simple recipe with few ingredients but it will give instant energy.. best part is such a quick fix it is

    Reply
  6. Lata Lala

    I have grown up eating this winter delicacy in Gujarat. With simplest ever ingredients and simple method of cooking still tastes amazing.
    Lively share.

    Reply
  7. Geetha

    Gur papdi looks easy and simple to make with just 3 ingredients yet taste delicious. Video is so helpful for beginners.

    Reply
  8. mayurisjikoni

    Sukhdi use to be my granny’s favorite and during the cold season would insist to my mum that she adds some ginger powder. A simple and yet such a flavorful sweet dish.

    Reply
  9. Sasmita Sahoo Samanta

    Love this Gujarati sweet … Perfect winter time dessert option one should try. Jaggery based desserts are always great and these are looking so delicious Jaya !!!!

    Reply
  10. Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey

    This is one of my favourite Gujarati sweet. With just 3 ingredients you can make delightful and irresistible dessert, awesome share!

    Reply
  11. preethi76

    This is so simple yet delicious sweet with easily available ingredients. Jaggery based desserts are the best.

    Reply

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