wheat, sugar, ghee, dry fruits

Panjiri is a staple from the Punjab region of the Pakistan and India. It is treated as a nutritional supplement. It is made from whole-wheat flour fried in sugar and ghee, heavily laced with dried fruits and herbal gums. It is usually eaten in the winters to ward off cold. It has been used by the Sikhs for more than 500 years. Its use is quite ritualistic and meaningful.

Created Oct. 18, 2020 by: atasneem

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