Gujiya is a sweet dish, native to the Indian subcontinent and prepared during the festival of Diwali and Holi. It is made with Semolina or Flour stuffed with a mixture of sweetened Khoa (milk solids; also called mawa) and dried nuts. The earliest mention of gujiya dates back to the 13th century, when a jaggery-honey mixture was covered with wheat flour and was sun-dried. Since then it has been an integral part of all major festivals in India.
Divine Bites Gujia is made fresh in Netherlands with home made farm fresh milk mawa (Khoya) and finest dried nuts.
200g (5-6 Pcs)
Moderate for non glazed. High for Sugar Syrup Glazed variant
Plain Flour, Mawa (Dried Whole Milk), Coconut, Cardamom, Cashew, Pistachio, Sugar, Raisins, Clarified Butter
Contains Milk (or milk based products), Flour, and Tree Nuts (Almonds, Cashews, Walnut, Pistachio)
8-10 Days. Store in a cool and dry place in an airtight container.