Guliyo By Chef Akanksha Khatri
Guliyo is a Christmas sweet that is made by the Goan catholic community. Chef Akanksha Khatri shares the recipe in detail.Read More
¾ cup soaked white rice
¾ cup boiled rice
¼ tsp cardamom powder
¾ cup jaggery, crumbled
salt to taste
1 cup coconut milk
oil for frying
- Grind the soaked rice along with boiled rice in coconut milk.
- Add jaggery, cardamom powder and salt to taste. Grind into fine paste.
- In hot pan add the batter and keep stirring till it becomes roti dough consistency.
- Take small portions and make lemon sized balls -guliyos and keep aside.
- Heat oil and drop the guliyos and fry till golden & crisp. Remove and drain the excess oil.
- Sprinkle icing sugar and serve hot.
Guliyo is a Christmas sweet that is made by the Goan catholic community. Kuswar or Consoada is a term often used to mention Christmas sweets made during Christmas in the Mangalorean and Goan catholic community. There are about 20 different recipes that are a part of this traditional distinct flavour of Christmas celebration in India.
Guliyo originated in Goa. It is a mild sweet made with soaked rice and cooked rice, jaggery, and coconut milk giving it a distinct taste. The crunchy exterior and mild sweet interior make it a favourite of all.