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Coconut Gujiya Recipe Without Mawa: Baked in Airfryer


Let's take baked gujiya challenge!
Are you ready for this holi recipe?
Whole Wheat Gujiya (airfried/baked) - yes, my dear friends, this holi-special recipe comes straight from the kitchen of Anita Chahal aunty. 
With holi around the corner, it will be gujjiya day in most homes in the country. What better way to serve your family and friends with this traditional delicacy than giving it a healthier twist?
What makes this gujiya recipe healthy?
Well, what is so special about the traditional gujiya that you relish on the eve of holi?

atta gujiya without mawa
It is calorie-laden - and if you are watching your weight, have high cholesterol, thyroid, or hormonal disturbances, you might want a healthier gujiya option, right?

So my dear Anita Chahal aunty has come up with an atta gujiya alternative instead of maida.
What makes this gujiya recipe even healthier is the baking part. Yes, my dear friends, aunty ji has chosen to airfry gujiyas, which significantly cuts down the calories from fat that come with deep frying.


Get the healthy recipe here and many more from our dearest aunty ji's culinary lab. Girls, there is a lot to learn from aunty ji. Are you ready?

Do check out her enormous recipe collection, especially if you love north Indian, Punjabi, and fusion recipes.
Aunty ji's cookbook will be up shortly and you will love the way she prepares her meals, snacks, and delicacies, from health perspective.

Let me know who all are interested in this challenge of baking atta gujiya.



Traditional sweets made by modern method,,and with healthy ingredients

Step-by-step baked coconut gujiya recipe without khoya mawa by Anit Chahal





Atta gujiya recipe by AnitaChahal aunty

Whole wheat flour.........2 cups
Oatmeal............................1 cup
Desi ghee(moyen).............2 tsp

Salt.................................a pinch
Baking pd..........................1 tsp

Stuffing
Shakkar...............................1 cup
Grated khopra....................1 cup
Leftover of ghee................1/2 cup

Mix atta and oatmeal with ghee,salt and b pd,,,rub with hands till it is crumbly
Make a pliable,not very soft dough with warm water.
Cover with wet muslin cloth and keep for half an hour
In another plate,mix shakkar,coconut and leftover mava of ghee
Make small lemon sized balls of dough,,roll them into thin puris,,keep in gujhia mould,,put one tsp stuffing,, fold over,,apply water on edges and cut shapes. Brush with a little oil,and bake in preheated airfryer for ten minutes at 180.
Enjoy conventional sweets baked in modern techniques,, with unconventional but healthy ingredients
Enjoy



Feedback on coconut gujiya by Satinder Wadhwa

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