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Janmastami Special Recipe – Dhaniya Panjiri

आनंद उमंग भयो, जय हो नन्द लाल की।
नन्द के आनंद भयो, जय कन्हिया लाल की॥

बृज में आनंद भयो, जय यशोदा लाल की।
हाथी घोडा पालकी, जय कन्हिया लाल की॥

As we are celebrating Janmashtami, and celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna. Janmashtami is incomplete without Dhaniya Panjiri as its being said its Lord Krishna’s favorite delicacy. Dhaniya panjiri is an aromatic preparation of dry ingredients mixed to form a sweet prasad.

Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India. Dhaniya Panjiri is offered as a prasad to Lord Krishna.

Dhaniya panjiri is prepared with coriander powder, sugar, and dry fruits.

Simple to make yet tasty. You can make it in 10-15 minutes. Let’s get started with the recipe.

                                                Janmashtami Special- Dhaniya Panjiri

Ingredients
Coriander Seeds – 250gms
Powder Sugar – 200gms
Ghee – 4tbsp (melted)
Dry fruits Mix (Of Choice) – Sliced.

Method
1. Dry roast coriander seeds for 7-8minutes until the aroma comes. Keep stirring to roast evenly.
2. Once cooled, grind to make a fine powder.
3. Sieve the powder to get a fine powder.
4. Mix Powdered Sugar and dry fruits to coriander powder.
5. Mix well.
6. Add ghee to little binding. (Add ghee as per your taste and requirements)
7. Garnish with rose petals.

Celebrate Janmasthami with Lord Krishna Favorite Delicacy.

Happy Janmashtami!!

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11 comments

  1. Thanx for the wonderful article..have never tried making dhaniya panjiri..today I will try making this because this article just came on time ..

  2. Panjiri is the most important Prashad and also my favorite 🙂 Thank you for this amazing blog loved the recipe 🙂

  3. When Janmasthmi come we all get excited because it’s time to make our favourite Panjhari prasad thanks for sharing

  4. Happy Janmashtami dear, I haven’t tried this dhaniya panjiri but thaxs to you I have learned and I will make it. It is so easy to make.

  5. Happy Janamashtmi to you and family! I have always been an avid lover of panjiri… though have never tried this one but after reading the post I can actually have the flovors drooling in.. thank you so much for sharing it!

  6. Happy Janamashtmi to you and family! I have always been an avid lover of panjiri.. though I have never tried this one but it surely sound too tasty! Will definitely try it. Thanks for sharing it!

  7. Wow this is so beautiful. Happy janmashthami to you and your family. enjoy your day.

  8. Just love the way to describe everything here. Very well detailed post.

  9. Dhaniya Panjiri!! I didnt know about it. Thanks for sharing. Will try this at home. Your Janmashtami special decoration looks really great

  10. I will definitely try this Dhania Panjiri at home. I love sweet dishes so it will be a must try for me.

  11. Amazing and inspiring post. Panjiri recipe sounds good to try at home. Happy Janmashtami! Great thoughts.

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