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How To Make Coconut Panjeeri-Healthy Sweet Recipe

Hey All, I am happy to see my dear reader’s response at my random blog articles, I am sharing random useful stuff these days instead of just arts & crafts tutorials. Today I am going to share a healthy & yummy Recipe with my sweet readers. Wait, what? I said sweet! So here it is a sweet recipe for you. As Pakistani food & Recipes are very popular worldwide, I always get double response & post reach at my social media networks whenever I share any Pakistani Recipe there. So I thought to share one with you on the blog.

A few days back, I were drinking green tea & having gossip with my friend Amy, She asked me why green tea? I said I am on diet because I ate something rich in calories today. While discussing ingredients & recipe, She suggest me to blog this recipe. So here today this recipe is live on the blog specially for Amy <3 I hope my other readers will also be enjoying this healthy & sweet recipe. Have a look what I made.

How To Make Coconut Panjeeri-Healthy Sweet Recipe

coconut panjeeri sweet pakistani recipes

Seems delicious? Indeed it is tasty. Very rich nutritional value as well as calories!

Coconut Panjeeri helps kids & adults in gaining weight. It improves eye sight as well as headaches. It keeps the body warm during freezing cold winter season. As it contains lots of butter & sugar so this might not be fine for those who are diabetic or cholesterol/cardiac patients. This is perfect for growing up children & youngsters.

 

coconut panjeeri sweet pakistani recipes

You can see lots of poppy seeds here :) I love any recipe with poppy seeds, Don’t you?

You will need to have these ingredients for making this coconut panjeeri.

Ingredients :

Raw Coconut (without breaking, whole inner ball) – 1

Poppy Seeds – 200gm

Sugar – 200gm

Melted Butter-Ghee – 250gm

Wheat flour – 500 kg

Almonds – 100 gm

Making :

First of all, Drain the coconut water by making a small hole at upper side of coconut. Fill it with poppy seeds & close the hole of coconut with wheat flour dough. Now cover the coconut with dough layer of about half inches thick all sides. Boil the butter in a deep frying pan. Place the coconut carefully in the pan & start cooking & frying the coconut wheat skin. Flame should be medium but not slow. Move it slowly so all of its sides are cooked equally. When it turns into a dark brown color then off the flame. It should be brought out of the frying pan carefully. This frying process will take almost half an hour.

Next Step –

When It’s temperature becomes normal its wheat flour dough may be separated. Peel off the dough skin. Chop the dough,  sugar, almonds & coconut to make a thick powder form as you can see in the image above. Mix the remaining melted butter in it until it gets smooth.

Keep this Panjeeri at a cool dry place in an air tight jar. It can last for almost a week. You can keep it in the fridge if you want to keep it for 10 days.

3-4 table spoons of this panjeeri is enough. Don’t fill a big bowl with panjeeri for eating at one time.

I fill this bowl for capturing a good click in it. Otherwise don’t take a big bowl of this at one time, Excess is not good.

 

coconut panjeeri sweet pakistani recipes

I like this panjeeri specially because I have a jar of panjeeri in my craftroom as well. I used to take it with afternoon tea. A perfect meal for a person like me who is careful about diet, I eat less but healthy. That’s the reason I am perfect Alhamdulillah :)

How To Make Coconut Panjeeri-Healthy Sweet Recipe

coconut panjeeri sweet pakistani recipes

I hope you will like this recipe post by me. As I am not into recipe posts & sharing, So I am not sure how to explain well. If you are confused about any step, feel free to ask. I will try my best next time to share steps of the making but to be very honest, I concentrate at work & forget consciously about capturing images! You will never see me sharing food at my social media etc, just because I am too much involved in eating instead of capturing the food. Haha, Sorry but not sorry :)

Let me know if you liked the post. So this will motivate me to share more recipes & food related posts.

Have a great day! Be sure to share the article with your friends by using the social share buttons at sidebar & below the article.

Thanks

Khadija ~

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10 Comments

  • Reply Michelle L February 22, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    Sounds so delicious, Kiran! I love poppy seeds, too, and would never think to use them this way. Have never seen panjeeri and it looks like an awesome snack. I might try it with sugar substitute to help with my low sugar diet. Fun post, I am pinning it to my “yum” board!

    • Reply Khadija's Creative Mind February 23, 2016 at 11:14 am

      Thanks Mich, Panjeeri is very healthy & yummy, Be sure to try this. Thanks for pinning too :)

  • Reply Jaleelakamal February 23, 2016 at 5:54 am

    Looks more delicious

  • Reply Maite February 24, 2016 at 9:48 am

    Tiene buena pinta.
    Bss.

  • Reply Angelina February 26, 2016 at 12:14 am

    I have never heard of this but the coconut in it sounds so good! Thanks for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop

  • Reply Carol Cook February 29, 2016 at 12:11 am

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipes on SYC.

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