Godhuma Prasadam


This is a typical Offering (Prasadam) at our nearby temple where they perform a Community Satyanarayana Puja every month. Traditionally in our families, the prasadam for the puja is usually made with Wheat Rava. I understand that in some families/communities, this variety of prasadam is offered. I love this as it can be made in a jiffy and is a very pleasant one to enjoy!


Note that when offering to Lord Satyanarayana, banana slices and chopped coconut  are added.


Before checking the recipe here is a recap of all the posts of the past week, in case you missed..


Day 1 Semiya Laddu
Day 2 Vegan Almond Biscotti
Day 3 Vegan Chocolate Instant Mug Cake
Day 4 Eggless Berry-Yogurt Upside Down Cake
Day 5 Vegan Oatmeal Bars
Day 6 Herbed Spicy Focaccia Bread


For Day 7 of BM #14 here is the recipe for a super easy breezy prasadam.


Ingredients - 


Wheat flour 1/2 cup
Sugar / Jaggery Powder 1/2 cup (I used brown sugar)
Ghee / Clarified Butter 1 tsp
Dry Fruits and Raisins 2-3 Tbsp
Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp


Godhuma Prasadam


Method Of Preparation -


In a heated sauce pan, add ghee and roast the chopped dry fruits and raisins.


After they are nearly golden in color, add the wheat flour and fry until the raw smell of the wheat flour turns into a pleasant and mouthwatering aroma (The flour should turn golden brown).


Remove from fire, add sugar and cardamom powder and mix well.


Offer to God and enjoy!


Check to see what the fellow marathoners are cooking for BM #14. 


Preparation Time 10 min
Makes 1 cup approx

16 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. Wow that's something I have never done..good one...it's been great to have you join us Harini..

     
  3. Sree Valli Says:
  4. Very traditional prasadam.. We make it the same way for satyanarayana pooja..

     
  5. Suma Gandlur Says:
  6. Good one. I have eaten it at a Gujarati friend's pooja and actually loved it.

     
  7. simple and nice!

     
  8. Jayashree Says:
  9. That really is a quick sweet.

     
  10. Rasi Says:
  11. i have never had this this.. i have always had the kesari..looks interesting!

    Ongoing Event : I'm The Star

     
  12. Amma makes this at times and I love this... Nice offering

     
  13. Kanan Says:
  14. this is interesting. I never had this. looks quick recipe

     
  15. Harini..we make the same Prasad on Satyanarayan..except we use peanuts instead of almonds..looks grt!!

     
  16. Jayanthi Says:
  17. Nice one Harini, good to know your through BM.

     
  18. Harini, I had accidentally made something like this last time when I had leftover batis (from dal batti). Not exactly with all ingredients but i lived to nibble on them, this is a good find recipe for me

     
  19. Preeti Garg Says:
  20. awesome recipe.....first tym @ ur space....when u free visit @ mine'

    visit @my blog for my ongoing event in ur free time
    Ongoing Event--Jump'N Jive @ Icypritz
    Preeti's Kitchen Life

     
  21. Preeti Garg Says:
  22. awesome recipe.....first tym @ ur space....when u free visit @ mine'

    visit @my blog for my ongoing event in ur free time
    Ongoing Event--Jump'N Jive @ Icypritz
    Preeti's Kitchen Life

     
  23. Nice traditional recipe!

     
  24. PJ Says:
  25. Easy prasad.Never tasted it...

     
  26. Archana Says:
  27. wow this is yummy. Must say I have not tasted it in ages.

     
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