Recipe: Paan Petha

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History

Pan Petha that provide is made using traditional methods and quality ingredients. Pan Petha is reckoned for rendering sweet refreshment to your mouth, thus giving you an excellent taste. Besides this, Pan Petha helps in keeping your mind cool and digestion of food. Owing to its fresh and delicious mouth-watering taste and wrapped in mint pan makes it worthy eatable for appetizers. Pan Petha is the world famous sweet of Agra, India. It is made by drying pieces of ash gourd in lime water, then cooking these pieces in sugar, which adds to its sweet flavor while acting as a natural preservative. Pan Petha is the world famous sweet of Agra. Buyers can purchase highly delicious and nutritious Pan Petha from us. Petha contains iron, calcium, sulfur, and Vitamins A, B, C, and E, as well as protein.

Taste

Pan Petha is so delicious that it is a treat to eat it! Its ingredients include pumpkin, sugar, Pan chutney flavor, Dry fruits, Gulkand and Coconut powder. Besides having an excellent taste, Panchhi Pan Petha is beneficial in keeping your mind cool and in the digestion of food.

Varieties

It is also available in many varieties and flavours such as Petha, Petha Gulab Ladoo, Kancha Cheena Petha, Kesar Angoori Petha, Kesar Petha, Dry Cherry Petha, Lal Petha, Coconut Petha, Pan Petha, Rasbhari Petha, Sandwich Petha Santra Petha, Spinch Petha, Sugar Free Petha, Try Petha, With Petha, Doda Petha, Chocolate Petha, Cherry Mango Petha, Angoori Petha and Namkeen.

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Cooking Time : 40min
Preparation Time : 30min
Lifespan : 7-8days
Ingredients :
20 Petha slices
20 cloves (laung / lavang) for garnishing To be mixed into a filling 1 recipe sandesh
2 tbsp finely chopped pistachios a few saffron (kesar) strands
1/4 tsp cardamom (elaichi) powder
2 to 3 drops green food colour
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Recipe :
Step 1-Cut the ash gourd into wedges, peel and remove the seeds. Prick the wedges all over with a needle. Mix the lime powder in three litres of water and soak the ash gourd wedges in it for two to three hours.
Step 2-Remove and wash the wedges thoroughly under running water at least three to four times.
Step 3-Cut the wedges into half-inch cubes. Alternatively, cut the wedges into small cylinders with a cylinder-shaped cutter.
Step 4-Mix together four cups of sugar and four and a half cups of water in a deep non-stick pan and bring to a boil.
Step 5-Add four tablespoons of milk. When the scum rises to the top, collect it with a ladle, and discard. Add one cup of water and bring the mixture to a boil again.
Step 6-Add the ash gourd and cook on low heat for forty to forty-five minutes, or till completely cooked and translucent.
Step 7-Meanwhile, dissolve the remaining sugar in one and a half cups of water and bring it to a boil.
Step 8-Add the remaining milk. When the scum rises to the top, collect it with a ladle, and discard. Continue cooking to make a syrup of one-string consistency.
Step 9-Strain the syrup into a clean bowl; add the rose essence and mix. Add the cooked ash gourd and leave to soak overnight in the syrup and serve.
Step 10-Divide the filling into 20 equal parts and shape each portion into even sized rounds.
Step 11-Place one portion of the filling on a petha slice. Fold it along the sides to form a triangle and stud it with a clove .

Details :

We make available Paan Petha that is considered to be the king of all the mithais. The Pan Petha that we provide is made using traditional methods and quality ingredients. Our Pan Petha is reckoned for rendering sweet refreshment to your mouth, thus giving you an excellent taste. Besides this, our Pan Petha helps in keeping your mind cool and digestion of food.

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