Panjiri is a wholesome Indian sweet made of whole-wheat and fortified with every possible dry fruit, oodles of desi ghee, sugar and roasted coconut. Panjiri originates from the food-loving state, Punjab and is also famous in its Pakistani half, where it is known as Hyderabadi panjiri.
Cooked often as a prasad for Janmashtami, the preparation is otherwise widely consumed during winter months. There are many variations to the basic recipe like the dhaniya panjiri, methi panjiri and even panjiri made of only semolina. Follow this recipe to make the basic atta panjiri.