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Walnut Brownie Gujiya

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Ingredients

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300 g walnut brownie
100 ml chocolate sauce
100 g chocolate chunks
50 g walnuts – roasted
For Dough Covering
150 g refined flour
50 g ghee
50 g semolina
2 g salt
2 g green cardamom
100 ml water

Nutritional information

3300
calories
265.33 g
carbohydrates
77.46 g
protein
231.49 g
fat
860 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Walnut Brownie Gujiya

Features:
  • Sweet
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 50 mins
  • Serves 10
  • Easy

Ingredients

  • For Dough Covering

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If you have not had the opportunity to taste test a walnut brownie gujiya, then this recipe is the chance you’ve been waiting for. The gujiya is a traditional Indian dessert that is eaten during festivals or just because you feel the need for a dessert. It is somewhat similar to a samosa or a sweet dumpling, in the sense that it is fried dough stuffed with goodness. What sets this gujiya apart from others is that it is filled with chocolate and nuts, so you can claim this is the ultimate gujiya.

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How to make Walnut Brownie Gujiya

For Dough

  1. Combine all the dough ingredients except water together in a bowl.
    1. Using your fingertips slowly mix the dough ingredients together to give it a bread crumb like texture.
    2. Add water as necessary to make a hard dough.
    3. Set it aside to rest in an air tight container.

For Filling

  1. Crumb the brownies in a bowl.
  2. Mix together rest of the ingredients to make a filling.
    1. Avoid over mixing the same.
  3. Divide the dough into 25 g balls.
  4. Flatten the balls into a circle of around 6 cm Dai.
  5. Using a gujiya mould, first place the dough sheet then place a spoonful of filling to make a crescent shaped gujiya.
  6. Deep fry the brownie crescent in oil at a medium temperature until the crescent turns a golden color.
  7. Remove from the oven and place the brownie on a kitchen paper.

Trivia

Walnuts are the 3rd most popular tree nut in America.

 

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