Rajgira Sukhdi | Ramdana Sukhdi | Amaranth Bar

Rajgira (royal grain) also known as Ramdana (God’s grain). The English word is amaranth grain. The origin of the word amaranth is Sanskrit and believe it or not, it means, ‘deathless’. Rajgira has enormous nutrition and to get this I always try to find a new way to eat this grain. This Rajgira sukhdi is easy to make and taste delicious.



INGREDIENTS: for 25 -30 Pieces


Whole Rajgira ..................... 2 Cup
Ghee ..................................  1 Cup
Jaggery powder ............  1 ¼  Cup



DIRECTIONS:
  1. Grind the whole Rajgira in the grinder and make a fine powder.
  2. Heat the ghee in a thick bottom pan. Add Rajgira powder and start stirring continuously until you get a nice aroma and light golden color.
  3. Add jaggery powder and mix well. When jaggery absorbed properly and mixture starts coming together remove from the heat.
  4. Spread into a greased plate.
  5. Use a flat-bottomed katori to spread the mixture evenly in the plate. Allow to cool down little then cut into small squares or diamonds with a knife.
  6. Remove the pieces and enjoy delicious and healthy Rajgira Sukhdi.




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