Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat | How to make Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat
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About Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat Recipe
This is a popular sweet delicacy made in Maharashtra, the sweet rice is made either by adding sugar or jaggery as the sweetener. In winter months, this is made using jaggery and the flavours, coupled with the dry fruits and coconut which is also added to it lift it to another level altogether. My grandmother used to make it for family lunches in winter , I can still recall members of the family, sprawled on sofas,diwans, or even the floor,after a hearty meal,digging into dessert bowls/ katoris with their spoons and enjoying this sweet rice over lots of chitter-chatter. I have just recreated this dish,inspired by my grandmother and tried to give it a healthy twist by making it with brown rice.
Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat is a delicious dish which is liked by people of all age groups. Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat by Sonal Sardesai has a step by step process of how to make the dish. This makes it very easy to understand for even beginners. This recipe can serve 6 people. You can find Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat at many restaurants and you can also prepare this at home. This authentic and mouthwatering Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat takes 30 minutes for the preparation and 45 minutes for cooking. When you want to prepare something delicious for a party or special occasion then Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat is a good option for you. The flavour of Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat is tempting and you will enjoy each bite of this. Try this Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat on weekends and impress your family and friends. You can comment and rate the Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat recipe on the page below.
Ingredients to make Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat
- Brown - 2 tea cups
- - 2 cups,powdered/grated
- Fresh - 2 cups,grated
- - 2 tbspns
- Green - 6
- - 8-10,soaked,skinned and slivered
- - a handful
- Water- 6 cups or as required
How to make Sweet Rice/ Gode Gul Bhaat
My Tip:The brown rice should be cooked just right,slightly al dente and not mushy at all because the jaggery makes it wet as it melts in and cooks along with the rice. You can also add some grated nutmeg for added flavour when you add the cooked rice into the jaggery-coconut mix.