Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Nutty Chocolatey Mawa Donut Gujjiya.......

Nutty Chocolatey Mawa Donut Gujjiya.......

Holi hai Bhai Holi hai....
Khelo Rango ke Sath.... 
Gujjiya kha ke mast raho....
Aahi hai Subhakamnaye Hmara Apke Sangh..... 

Gujjiyas are classic dish made with all purpose flour dough and Mava filling, deep fried and dipped in Sugar syrup... 
This is a Gujjiya with a twist... 

For the Donut dough
Ingredients 
2 1/2 cups All Purpose Flour + 1/4 cup extra for handling the dough and rolling the dough 
3 tbsp Melted Butter 
2 tbsp Powder Sugar 
Salt to taste 
1 1/4 tsp Dry Yeast 
1/4 cup Lukewarm Water 
1 tbsp Sugar for the Yeast 
1/4 cup or more Lukewarm Milk for kneading a soft dough


Method 
Add yeast, sugar and  lukewarm water in a cup and keep it aside till it rises. Take flour in a mixing bowl,  add salt and powder sugar. Mix it.  Mix in yeast and milk little at a time as per the milk is required for kneading a soft dough. Add a tbsp of butter and keep kneading the dough for 5 to 10 minutes. Add the remaining butter on the dough and  keep it aside cover till the dough rises. 
P. S. If the dough gets sticky sprinkle some flour and knead it. 
Knead the dough well. Stretch the dough and fold on a flat platform.

For the Nutty Chocolate Mawa filling 
Ingredients 
3/4 cup of Mawa
1/2 cup of Chocolate Chips 
Handful of Almond and Pistachio flakes or chopped

Method 
Take a pan, add the mawa and cook it till the mawa starts to form a dough, take it off the flame. Add the Almond and Pistacho flakes and mix it. Add the Chocolate chips, mix it well and keep it aside.

For the Donut Gujjyas 
Ingredients 
Dough
Filling 
Oil for frying the Gujjyas

Method 
Take the dough and knead it again. Divide the dough in to two portions. Take one portion and roll the dough, cut circles out of the sheet with a round cutter. Add the filling and fold one side to the other side. Press it and fold the edges. Keep it for 20 minutes. Heat the oil. Fry the Gujjyas till brown. Take it out. Cool it. Sprinkle it with coloured sugar powder... 

For Garnishing 
Use coloured sugar powder..... 

P. S. Take 2 tbsp of Sugar in a grinding jar and add few drop of colour. Mix it with the spoon.  Grind the sugar. The colour will get mixed with the sugar. If darker shade is required then add more drops of colour and grind again. This coloured powder sugar canbe used to decorate cakes and other desserts...