Monday, June 20, 2011

Rajasthani Lapsi - राजस्थानी लापसी (Broken Wheat Porridge)


Hello Friends,

Another Blogging Marathon week. It is BM # 6 and I am doing Regional Specials again and will be posting 7 days of Rajasthani Delicacies. Today is Day 5 and here is my Rajasthani Special for the same.


Rajasthani Lapsi - राजस्थानी लापसी (Broken Wheat Porridge)
Ingredients
Dalia (Broken Wheat) - 1 cup
Ghee (Clarified Butter) - 3/4 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Water or Milk - 3 cups, it is your choice, I used about 3/4 milk and 1/4 water
Almonds and Raisins - 1/4 cup
Preparation
  • Heat ghee in a heavy bottomed pan.
  • Add dalia to it and roast till golden brown.
  • Add milk/water that you are using and cook dalia on low heat till it is cooked well.
  • Add sugar to it and let it melt completely.
  • Mix in raisins and almonds and take it off the heat.
Serving
Serve it warm as a dessert.

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50 comments:

Umm Mymoonah said...

Yummy and healthy porridge, eagerly waiting to see all your Rajasthani delicacies.

Shanavi said...

Looks rich n creamy..delicious Priya

Mélange said...

Drooling over your lapsi..aesthetic presentation.Have bookmarked .will try soon.

Yummy Team said...

Awesome recipe Priya..Easy to make and delicious too. Tempting click!

Vardhini said...

Such a yummy dessert. Looks delicious Priya.

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Aarthi said...

very yummy

Jayashree said...

This sounds like a really quick to make payasam....

Prathibha said...

Nice healthy dessert..looks yumm

purabi naha said...

mmm...yummy! shall make this dish very soon for my kids...they are gonna love it!

Kalpana Sareesh said...

wow looks so yumm.. n creamy..

Jay said...

wow...I m totally impressed..:)

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Priya said...

Yum yum, irresistible Lapsi,feel like finishing that whole bowl..

Hari Chandana said...

I love this recipe a lot.. yours looks simply delicious and perfect.. awesome click !!
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sonu said...

looks delicious..we add jaggery rest all is same ...never tried with sugar till date ...will surely try now !

The Housewife said...

Looks yumm! My mom used to make this for me post delivery days… The pictures looks so creamy and rich!

Babli said...

Very nice and interesting recipe. Lapsi looks delicious and yummy. Thanks for this wonderful recipe.

Sanjeeta kk said...

I want that bowl :) Long since I made Lapsi..

Raji said...

It's long since I have eaten lapsi..your pics are very tempting...got to make these soon.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Priya,
You beat me here. I made this 4 days back for the first time :-) Looks very tasty and thick

Deepa
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SouthIndianHome said...

Wow. Porridge looks delicious and inviting
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SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

THis dessert looks so tempting and delicious !!

Suja said...

Dessert looks divine,tempting

Usha said...

Nice recipe!

Treat and Trick said...

Looks healthy and mouthwatering!

Archana said...

I cannot comment on this delicious lapsi without eating it. Its just making me drool but unless I taste it I cannot be sure.

Pass the whole pot dear?

aipi said...

Yum n Wow ~ wonderful recipe Priya. I have heard a lot about it but never prepared it at home.I guess I should bookmark this one :)
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Ananda Rajashekar said...

This looks so yum and very new for me :)

thekitchenaffaire said...

Woww.. Priyaa. it looks sooo delicious.. Yummm :D

Bharathy said...

It's almost midnight here and I am terribly craving for that bowl!Looks so so yummy Priya :)

Swathi said...

I heard lot about this recipe, never tried it. sure going to try them.

DD said...

wow this is quick and easy recipe :)looks yummm

Anjali Bapna Shukla said...

Ye aap kya kya yaad dila rahe ho...kabhi Lapsi, kabhi Moong Dal ka Halwa, kabhi Guziya...wanna have them all right away...plz plz plz courier some from there. :)

Priya (elaichii) said...

Super like!

Sobha Shyam said...

looks so yummy, healthy dessert..great recipe dear..


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Cooking Foodie said...

Yumm lapsi - did u know Gujarati cuisine also has lapsi and it is considered auspicious so its made on occasions like housewarming and stuff...
I am rambling - just happy to see it here...

Suma Gandlur said...

Looks lovely.
Is this Rajasthani dish? One of my (Gujrathi) neighbors used to share with me whenever she prepared lapsi. She used to prepate it with loads of ghee and nuts giving me a heart attack whenever I looked at it. :)
She was a Rajasthani married to a Gujarathi and I assumed it was a Gujju dish.

divya said...

looks awesome dear..lovely recipe.

girlichef said...

It looks so creamy and delicious and I love that it's studded with nuts. YUm!

Chaitanya said...

very yummy .. nice and tempting too... i tasted this at my best friend's home she is from Jaipur...superb taste ...my son who is very picky in eating also loved it .... perfect for party ... it is very delicious ...
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Angela said...

I love this! So simple and completely beautiful.

Degchi said...

I often eat dalia with milk and sugar in breakfast but I have never eaten lapsi with milk.Definitely it will taste rich with milk.

Sin-A-Mon (Monika) said...

i make it often for my son for breakfast healthy and nutritous... the bowl looks so good

rekhas kitchen said...

Ohh creamy looking Lapsi I love to have thia for my break fast yummm.

Dan said...

Looks great, and a great alternative to oatmeal (even steel cut). Actually, I'll be steel cut oats would cook in a similar way and be quite tasty as well (they're not as mushy as flattened oats).

I've cooked with wheat buds before but it takes a really long time to cook - I guess I just need to get "cracked wheat" or put it through a blender to break it up a bit.

Pushpa said...

Delicious dalia payasam great substitution to semolina.

mykitchentrials said...

looks very tasty.

Torviewtoronto said...

yummy looking delicious dessert

Cooking Foodie said...

Sorry Priya - took some time - had to get the recipe from mom :)
So boil water with jaggery and a little desi ghee together to form a syrup. Coarse wheat flour is given a 'moun' of desi ghee and mixed well. then its added to the hot jaggery liquid and cooked on slow heat till done while stirring. To serve - another big dollop of desi ghee is mixed into it :)

Anushruti said...

Looks so comforting!

vaishali sabnani said...

mouthwatering....creamy....and tempting!!

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