Traditional Gujarati Lapsi Recipe | Churma Lapsi | Kansar | Gujarati Sweet Pudding
Gujarati Lapsi is a popular classic sweet recipe. It is a traditional recipe popular across Gujarat and Rajasthan.
This recipe contains only 4-ingredients. In Gujarati Lapsi Recipe, first, we have to dry-roast the whole wheat flour and afterward cook it with water, jaggery, and ghee in boiling water. Once lapsi is cook, it is topped with ghee and castor sugar while serving.
At my home, Lapsi made during festivals like Holi, Navratri, Diwali/Dhanteras, Rakshabandhan, special or auspicious occasions like a housewarming party, pre-wedding ceremonies, naming ceremony, welcoming daughter-in-law, the birth of new-born babies, getting a new job, birthday and celebrations. It is sometimes offered as “Prashad” to god during puja.
My mother-in-law likes to pair Lapsi with Moong curry, Gujarati Kadhi, and Plain Steamed Rice. It is a brilliant combination and tastes yummy.
Lapsi is one of the most delicious, simple, and immensely healthy sweet dishes. Its texture is very soft and tastes mildly sweet, just similar to Churma Ladoo.
It is very nutritious for infants and toddlers. It is rich in dietary fiber, carbs, and minerals. Lapsi is one such Indian sweet recipe that is liked by both children and adults.
- You can add a few chopped nuts for some crunch.
- Make sure you do not skip to add ghee and little castor sugar while serving.
Serving and Storage:
You can have it during any meal or eat it alone as it is quite filling. It stays fresh up to a couple of days when stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, so when you feel like eating it, sprinkle a little water and reheat it in a microwave or on a gas stove.
Here is the video recipe of the Lapsi :
You may also like some other Traditional Gujarati Recipes :
- Traditional Gujarati Mohanthal Recipe | Gujarati Mohanthal Recipe
- Fada Lapsi | Meetha Daliya Recipe
- Churma Ladoo
- Doodh Pak | Gujarati Dudhpak recipe
- for more Traditional Indian Sweets click here
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- Water - 1 cup
- Coarse Whole wheat flour / Bhakhri aata - 1 cup
- Ghee - 3 - 4 tbsp
- Jaggery - ¼ cup, as per taste, optional
- Ghee for serving
- Castor sugar for serving
- In a pan, add wheat flour.
- Dry roast for 2 minutes.
- Remove on a plate.
- Add 2 tbsp of ghee and mix well.
- Keep it aside.
- In a pan, add water, 1 tbsp of ghee, and jaggery.
- Bring it to boil.
- When jaggery is dissolved and water is boiling, add roasted flour.
- Do not mix now.
- Make holes using a spatula, cover it, and cook on a slow flame for 5 - 7 minutes.
- Mix well and again cook on a slow flame for 7 - 8min or until done.
- If lapsi is sticking at bottom, place the pan on tawa and then cook on slow flame.
- Add ghee as per liking and add castor sugar as per taste and serve hot.