Gujrati Sukhdi | Gur Papdi | Gud Papadi recipe by Flavors

Gujrati Sukhdi or Gur Papadi

  • Servings: 3
  • Difficulty: easy
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Authentic, mouthwatering Gujrati sweet dish that will surely treat your taste buds! Wonderful combination of Wheat Flour (Atta), Ghee , Jaggery (gur) just melts into your mouth, it’s surely worth a try.

I was born in a small town in Bengal. There sweets meant rosagollas, kheer kadam, cham cham, gulab jamun, sandesh and even pedas but never ever thought that with such easily available home ingredient we can prepare such mouthwatering and delicious sweet which is healthy and tasty. The credit goes completely to my neigbour who offered me this piece of dessert while we were on small family trip. I totally fell in love with the recipe and here I am sharing this recipe with you all too. Hope you will also love it the way I did, especially non gujratis and non mumbaikers who have never tasted it!!.


  • Ghee 1/4 Cup
  • Atta (Wheat Flour) 1/2 Cup
  • Jaggery 1/4 Cup
  • Dessicated coconut 2 tbsp
  • Cashew/Almond/Pistachios handful

Preparation :

Step 1 : Heat a Pan and add ghee, add the wheat flour and stir continuosly.
Step 2 : Lower the flame and keep stirring till the mixture turns aromatic and brown.You will reach this stage in 4-5 minutes.
Step 3 : Turn off the flame, add jaggery, dry fruits and dessicated coconut and mix well.
Step 4 : Tranfer it to a pan greased with ghee and cut into any shape of your choice.
Step 5 : Allow it to cool down completely and enjoy this sumptuous delicious gur papadi with your family.

Easy and Quick Recipe for any ocassion!!

Step by Step with Illustration:

Step : Heat a pan and add ghee.


Step 2: Add wheat flour (Atta) and keep stirring till its completely mixed. Keep the flame low as it might burn the flour.



Step 3: We will continue to keep the flame low and keep stirring for 5 minutes.


Step 4 : You should reach this consistency in 5 minutes. It really turns aromatic, turn off the flame



Step 5 : Add finely chopped jaggery and mix well.


Step 6 : Add dry fruits of your choice. I have added cashew, pistachios and almonds.


Step 7: This is optional, if added enhances the taste.



Step 8: Grease a pan with little ghee and transfer the mix and spread well.


Step 9: Garnish it with dry fruits and dessicated coconut.



Step 10 : Cut into any shape of your choice while its hot. Allow it to rest for few hours and settle.



Step 11 : YUMMY!! wow its looks awesome and tastes delicious too.


Please try out this recipe and share your reviews in the comment section below.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. annika says:

    I am Gujarati and this is exactly how we make it! Wonderful! You can make a similar sweet with urad dal flour.. the taste is completely different but very a healthy snack to have on hand.

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    1. That’s a great idea…Thanks will try that soon 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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