Presenting the recipe of Ghujhiya or Pharah as it is called. Don’t mistake it with the Meethi Gujhiya, which is a popular sweet prepared during the festivals like Holi and Diwali.
To differentiate, we could call it nankeen Gujhiya, or Pharah.
Pharah (or Namkeen Gujhiya) is made of chana daal, rice flour, and dhuli daal, soaked for a few hours prior to grinding it and is then steam cooked for a few minutes. It’s just that simple.
Plus since it’s steam cooked and no oil is used, it’s healthy as well, you get a good amount of Carbs too, so this makes it a wonderful breakfast because morning is the time you need maximum energy.
So with this Gujhiya recipe, you now have got a healthy breakfast recipe which is delicious as well.
- SOAKED CHANA DAL- 2 CUP
- SOAKED DHULI URAD DAL- 1 CUP
- RICE FLOUR- 2 CUP
- SALT- 1/2 TEASPOON
- WARM WATER- TO KNEAD THE DOUGH
- CORIANDER LEAVES- 1/2 BUNCH
- GREEN CHILI- 10-12
- GARLIC- 10-12
- CORIANDER LEAVES CHOPPED- 1/2 CUP