Kutti is a sweet made as prasad in Sindhi houses. It is always made when we perform Satya Narayan Pooja.There are a few versions to making this though the ingredients remain the same, the authentic Kutti is simple and made of Wheat flour, Sugar and ghee. Mama used to always add some powdered cashews or Almonds to it but that is optional, feel free to mix any nut or dry fruits.

Kutti has a shelf life of 1 week if stored in an airtight container, outside or in the fridge. At some Sindhi homes breakfast would be Kutti with Papad.

Ingredients
1 cup Wheat Flour
1/4 cup ghee
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 tsp powdered cardamom
1/4 cup powdered cashews (you can use any nut in powdered form or full form, Almonds too tastes good)

Method

  1. Heat ghee in a thick bottomed pan.
  2. Add the wheat flour and cook on medium heat stirring continuously till you get a nice rich brown color and get the smell of cooked wheat flour. Keep stirring regularly, it will take about 30 minutes to 45 minutes.
  3. Add the Cardamom, Sugar and Cashews.
  4. Turn of the heat.
  5. Mix everything together.
  6. Cool completely and then store in airtight container.

13 comments:

Bhawana said...

so finally aapne blog ker diya :). Great girl. what happened to halwa as u said :D. I must say this is looking very good in taste. Will try next.

notyet100 said...

we cal tis panjiri,..and even we prepare on satyanarayan nad other poojas..looks delicious,..hppy weekend,..

Sangeeth said...

great sweet..i have eaten this but didnt knowhow to prepare...thanks !

girl u have a surprise in my blog

Uma said...

Kutti is such a beautiful name for this sweet dish. Looks awesome. Love the bowl too. We use rice flour to make such kind of sweet during some festivals.

Alka said...

Reminded me of various "pooja".i love making this,coz i love the aroma of wheatflour when roasted,and we add some peanuts(whole) after kutti is cooked
Looks delicious !!

jayasree said...

Thats one healthy sweet. Easy to prepare too.

SMN said...

I hvnt tasted this sweet before very nice

Cham said...

New sweet but seems very easy & tasty :)

Sujatha said...

this looks like wheat puttu, medha! Looks very authentic and mouth-watering..

Priti said...

Nice one...looks gud...we too make this...nice picture

farida said...

It is a type of helva (halva)? Sounds interesting.

easycrafts said...

Have to try this...looks yummy

Sunshinemom said...

My mom used to make this too with the ghee residue on the days she made ghee. It is indeed tasty and simple!

Template by - Abdul Munir - 2008 : Modified by Medhaa Chabria