13 Unique Gujiya fillings

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This Holi Ditch Traditional Mawa Gujiya And, Try These 13 New Fillings.

Do me a favor let’s eat different filling Gujiya!!!

Do you think Holi without Gujiya? I can’t even think about it. Holi is a week away and what better approach to begin the festivals than make flavorful Gujiya at home. Gujiya is a conventional Holi sweet without which Indian can’t resist. Isn’t true? People of North India mainly including the state like UP, Rajasthan, Delhi, M.P, Bihar, and now the large part of Maharashtra are trying this sweet dish for the festive occasion. Particularly similar to another tastiest dish or snack Samosa(that comes in a triangle shape with potatoes filling), Gujiya is set up with an external battery packaging typically maida, some formula includes semolina and different flours. The filling of Gujiya is made with khoya, dry products of the soil such as nuts like pistachio, cashew, almonds, fig and raisins alongside certain flavors like cardamom. But, why every year make the traditional or conventional Gujiya? Various varieties can convert your ordinary Gujiya into the new or tastes one. Today, I have gathered the top idea that can be your favorite, and the design is the different kinds of Gujiya fillings.

So, Here has a look at the varieties of fillings you can try this Holi:

1. Apple/ Pineapple Gujiya:
Apple Gujiya filling

Apple or pineapple both gives excellent filling taste to Gujiyas. Slashed fruits are utilized alongside khoya and dry natural products to make the filling for Gujiyas. This can tasteChocolate Gujiya best when served hot.

2. Chocolate Gujiya:

You can change the customary Holi formula and give it a total makeover. Sweet Gujiyas made of maida and loaded up with a blend of khoya/ mawa. But, you can add chocolate chips as the filling or cover the entire Gujiya in the chocolate syrup.

3. White Chocolate Filling:

Chocolate is never enough like dark chocolate white one can also be good. You need to go hard and fast and would prefer not to settle on the sweetness of this Holi dessert; white chocolate is an extraordinary expansion to your Gujiya filling. Since it’s comprised of primarily milk solids, it will fit right in with different elements of your Gujiya filling.

4. Bhaang Gujiya:

Bhaang? Why not! Bhaang is usually used in thandai in Holi but, filling it in the Gujiya would be great. Not the entire filling will be of bhang, but you can mix bhang in the mawa to make it ‘Bhang vali Gujiya.’

5. Nutella Gujiya:

Nutella works out in a right way for everything and especially when you have kids. It tends to be utilized as a filling in Gujiyas so that you can get an utterly new fill.

6. Jam Gujiya:

Don’t always use jam over the bread as jam inside the Gujiya is also good. Yes, the jam isn’t merely implied for spreading on bread. Apart from that, if you wish to make this sweet dish increasingly better, you can take a stab at filling the Gujiya with jam. Trust me; your children will love it.

7. Rabdi Gujiya:

Rabdi improves the flavor of each sweet dish. The simple idea of filling in southern style Gujiyas with sweet rabdi is endlessly mouth-watering. Be it malpua, ice-cream,gulab jamun or simply chilled kulhad rabdi. Rabdi Gujiya is made by dunking the customary Gujiya into rabdi. Rabdi is most popular name of the sweet dish, which is made using the milk as the main ingredient until it’s diminished to less in quanity almost half and condensed. You can blend this finely with the khoya and include cardamom or elaichi just as powdered nuts and dried organic products. This filling will be liked by your guest at your Holi party the most.

8. Anjeer Gujiya:

Anjeer is the hindi word for the Fig. It is another organic product that feels right comfortable in many pastries. Anjeer is additionally a storage facility of calcium and can make your Gujiya increasingly nutritious. Hacked dry natural products alongside a great deal of anjeer are utilized to make the filling of Gujiyas.

9. Boondi Filling:

Sweet boondi is another astonishing expansion for your filling. Boondi is singed as is the external firm covering of the Gujiya, you should not have to include it in syrup.You boondi Gujiya will be firm and crunchy outwardly and gooey, sweet, and delicate in the center.

10. Halwa Gujiya:

An intriguing way to deal with make Gujiyas can be to utilize any halwa. Choose whatever halwa you love the most; whether it is suji halwa, gajar halwa, dry fruit, and moong daal halwa, you can add anything as the filling.

11. Paan Gulkand Gujiya:

You can take a stab at giving Gujiyas a dash of Bihar and UP by utilizing paan and gulkand for the filling. The aroma of these Gujiyas will make you need to eat them over and over. There is one more option that you would love to add with Gulkand and that is rose flavor.

12. Mixed Fruit Gujiya:

Why only apple and pineapple, when you can add all your favorite fruit as the filling. It can be one of the healthiest Gujiya fillings also, and you can eat as much as you want without considering your fat gain.

13. Baked oats:

If you go a little extra healthy option, then baked oats would be the most excellent option. Oats are a very healthy option. Even in a place of maida, you can use whole wheat so that this can be eaten by someone who is no eating healthy terms.

So, guys, these all are some fantastic Gujiya filling options that you can try this Holi over the same traditional Gujiya. You can also check out tips and tricks to protect your skin. Do you know any other filling you can tell us in the comment?

So, Guys have a Tastiest, Healthy, and Happy Holi!

March 8, 2020

6 Replies to “13 Unique Gujiya fillings”

  1. Khushboo says: March 12, 2020 at 5:34 pm

    Than you for sharing different typ of gujiyas.
    I will definetly try this at my home

  2. Prakhar Kasera says: March 12, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    Wow! I never even thought that gujiya can be made in so many varieties. I am so drooling right now for some gujiya, holi feeling is not over yet.

  3. Kajal says: March 12, 2020 at 4:15 pm

    Waaah !! Never knew this whole lot of Gujiya varieties that I was missing out on. Definitely saving this for my next Gujiya making session.

  4. jenifer says: March 12, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    Really unique gujiyas. Am craving for it after seeing the pics esp the chocolate gujiya.
    I have never tried any other, so would love to have it.

  5. Abha Singh says: March 12, 2020 at 10:47 am

    Gujiya is my favorite dish but I always had mawa gujhiya. I will definitely try other fillings next time. Thanks for sharing really liked it. Keep sharing creative dishes with us.

  6. Sundeep says: March 12, 2020 at 6:10 am

    WOW! Thanks for sharing so many fillings ideas in gujiya. I am bookmarking this post for future. Will definitely going to try this next year for sure.

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