How to make Chocolate Gujiya
Making The Dough:
- Mix the flour, salt, and the clarified butter in a bowl. Add a little water and make it to knead dough. Set the bowl aside for 30 minutes.
Making The Filling:
- Cook the condensed milk in a pan until the milk becomes brown. Add sugar and cardamom. Cool the milk down a little bit and add some chocolate chips. Mix everything thoroughly.
Making The Gujiya:
- Knead the dough once again. Cut it into small pieces and roll out. Place the filling in the middle of the dough. Wet the edges lightly with water. Press the dough firmly and seal all its edges.
- Heat the oil in a pan. Fry the gujiyas until golden brown. Cool the gujiyas a little bit.
- Mix the cream and chocolate in a bowl. Microwave on low for 2 minutes. Stir the chocolate mixture and set it aside.
- Dip the gujiyasin the sugar syrup and place on a plate.
- Garnish the gujiyaswith the chocolate mixture and serve at once.
- Among the Aztecs people, chocolate is seen as the magical source of strength and they often offer it to the gods.