Gujarati Laapsi Recipe

Laapsi in Gujarati, Gur ka Dalia in Hindi and broken wheat porridge with jaggery in English 😊
Since I’m a Gujarati, Today I’m gonna share one Gujarati dish recipe called Laapsi. 

Laapsi is cooked in our houses on all Auspicious occasions and festivals. It is considered as a sign of good luck. Here goes the Recipe.

Ingredients Required for Gujarati Laapsi Recipe

  • 1 cup broken wheat (dalia)
  • ½ cup desi ghee
  • 1 cup jaggery
  • ¼ tsp cardamom nutmeg powder
  • Dry fruits to garnish.
Gujarati Laapsi Recipe


  • Wash and soak the broken wheat in water for 10 minutes. 
  • Transfer the broken wheat in a vessel along with crushed jaggery and 1 ½ cups water( which can easily slide into a pressure cooker) pressure cook it for 2 whistles on high and 5-7 minutes over slow flame. 
  • Once the steam is released remove the vessel, lightly mash the mixture with a spoon. 
  • If the mixture is too dry add a little water. 
  • In a pan heat, ghee adds nutmeg, cardamom powder and toss in the wheat mixture. 
  • Stir for a couple of minutes. 
  • Garnish with dry fruits. 
  • Laapsi is ready. 
  • Serve it hot.
If you tried and liked this Recipe please give your comments/review/ratings as a feedback. Thank you..!!

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14 Responses

  1. Gosh, the names all sound fascinating and wish I had a better idea of what this dish tastes like …

  2. I had never heard of Laapsi before, but the ingredients all sound so tasty. This would be a perfect on a cool autumn day.

  3. Tammy says:

    This looks yummy. I love recipes like this. Thanks for sharing and pinning this

  4. Vinil Ramdev says:

    Nice recipe. Thanks for sharing it. Never had too much of an opportunity to try Gujarati dishes, maybe I should try making it myself.

  5. It looks insanely delicious. I can't wait to prepare this for my family. Thanks for sharing!

  6. I have had this one at one of my gujju friend and it tastes awesome. I have to try this one at my place.

  7. Looks delicious. Your recipe is easy to follow and i bet my Mom will love it. She likes nutmeg too.

  8. It's my first time hearing Laapsi! I never had the chance to taste Gujarati cuisine but this looks good! Would like to try it someday.

  9. I have never heard of or tasted laapsi. It sounds delicious! I would love to try it.

  10. Coralie says:

    This looks delicious. I need to make this for my kids for breakfast. Adding it to our menu plan. thanks!

  11. Think I'm going to print one of these recipes & take to an Indian restaurant to get help learning what all these things are, and what they taste like.

  12. This sounds delicious and very healthy!

  13. Very different recipe. Sounds good I would like to try and make it.

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