250 gm each for dry fruits – almonds, raisins, walnuts

100gm each of small cardamoms, poppy seeds, munakka/kali draksh, gond

1 jaiphal

1 kg each of wheat flour, sugar, ghee, bland(unsweetend) mawa



  1. Coarsely crush all dry fruits.
  2. Peel off cardamom skin and grind to form powder
  3. Fry gond on medium flame in ghee. Grind to form a paste.
  4. Roast mawa in little ghee till brownish in color.
  5. Sieve wheat flour and extract the husk to be discarded
  6. Roast wheat flour in remaining ghee on medium flame till it turns brownish.
  7. Add all dry fruits, cardamoms etc
  8. Make 1 string sugar syrup by boiling sugar in 3 glasses of water.
  9. Once sugar dissolves, regularly check for consistency which attains desired form within 7-10 minutes.
  10. While keeping wheat flour on slow flame and stirring at the same time, keep pouring syrup gradually
  11. In greased plates/containers, spread the mixture, flatten out and mark the pieces with knife

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