Gur Chana– Gur chana is a typical punjabi snack. This is a perfect snack for winters. once I visited to my aunt in punjab and for the first time in my life I had this super crunchy and tasty sweet snack. This gur chana is now one of my favorites i often make this for my kids and friends.
A very tasty, crunchy yet healthy snack for kids, full of protein. I often make this crunchy delight for munching.
Jaggery Coated roasted chickpeas
2 cups ….roasted.chickpeas
Gur/Jaggery, Grated, ¾ cup ( adjust as per taste)
Dry roast the pre-roasted chickpeas in a non-stick skillet or microwave oven and let cool.
Melt gur in a non-stitck pan on a low flame and let it come to a boil. You will know it’s done once it kind of starts pulling away from the edges.
Add roasted chickpeas and mix well for a couple of minutes till the gur has coated the chickpeas completely on all sides, sprinkle a little water in it so that jaggery coated nicely on chickpeas. ( do not add too much water )
Stir continuously do not leave otherwise it will overcook or burn.
If the mixture in the pan becomes hard in the meanwhile, reheat again at a low flame. Separate them, Let them cool and store them in
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