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Sanjeev Kapoor Shares An Easy Recipe Of Gheeyar, A Sindhi Sweet

Saumya Srivastava | August 19, 2021

Have you ever heard about Sindhi’s special sweet, gheeyar? Gheeyar is another version of jalebi and is thus often called the Sindhi jalebi. This delectable sweet is made during most of the Sindhi festivals to redouble the fun mood of such celebrations. Sanjeev Kapoor who keeps sharing recipe videos on Instagram also shared a gheeyar recipe. He captioned the video as: “tyohar bhi nazdik hai, banaiye apne gharon mein ye badhiya mithai”. So, just get hold of the following ingredients and make jalebi in a Sindhi style.

Ingredients Required For Making Gheeyar

1. Refined flour – 2 cups

2. Yoghurt – 1 cup

3. Water

4. Sugar – 1.5 cups

5. Green cardamoms – 3

6. Saffron threads

7. Orange colour – as per the requirement

8. Cooking oil

9. Almonds

10. Pistachios

11. Silver varq

Sanjeev Kapoor’s Gheeyar Recipe

1. First, mix refined flour with yoghurt. Then, add water to this mixture to obtain the gheeyar batter. Mix it properly so that the consistency is perfect.

2. Next, ferment this mixture for 6-8 hours.

3. Later, take a pan and heat it on the stove. Then, add water and sugar to it for a sugary syrup.

4. Flavour, this syrup with green cardamom and saffron threads. Let the sugar dissolve completely for the sugar syrup.

5. Then, take the fermented batter and add orange food colour to it.

6. Next, heat the oil in a frying pan. Then, deep fry gheeyar and cook it properly from both sides.

7. Then, add this fried gheeyar to the sugary syrup.

8. Finally, garnish the delicious gheeyar with almonds, pistachios and silver varq.

 

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Saumya Srivastava

Saumya Srivastava is a passionate reader who likes writing poetry. She is an avid foodie who keeps exploring new types of cuisine. Besides, she also has a strong love for literature.

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