Ghevar is commonly enjoyed during festivals such as Teej, Raksha Bandhan, and Diwali in the northern states of India.
Serving Size 50
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
These are some of the popular variations of ghevar that you can try to give a twist to the traditional sweet.
Mawa Ghevar: In this variation, the Ghevar is topped with a layer of mawa (khoya) and garnished with nuts. It gives a creamy texture to the dish.
Malai Ghevar: Here, the Ghevar is soaked in a mixture of malai (clotted cream) and sugar syrup, giving it a rich, creamy flavor.
Chocolate Ghevar: This variation is made by drizzling melted chocolate on top of the Ghevar. It gives a modern twist to the traditional sweet.
Fruit Ghevar: In this variation, the Ghevar is topped with fresh fruits like mango, kiwi, and strawberry, along with a drizzle of honey or chocolate.
Rabri Ghevar: Rabri is a condensed milk-based dessert that is commonly served with Ghevar. You can either pour the rabri over the Ghevar or serve it as a side dish.
Paan Ghevar: This unique variation is made by adding paan (betel leaf) flavor to the Ghevar batter. It gives a refreshing taste to the dish.