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Wheat Kheer Recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi

By Debdatta Mazumder

Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival of Maharashtra, but, today, it celebrated throughout the country. If you want to celebrate the festival in authentic Marathi style, you should know the actual pulse of the occasion there. Wheat kheer recipe is one such delicacy which you must prepare on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi.

To make Marathi style 'Gehun ka Kheer', you need to follow the method to prepare the wheat kheer recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi.


This is a different kind of a recipe and the main difference is in its ingredient. Wheat is used instead of rice.

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With minimal changes in the ingredients, you can make some delicious wheat kheer recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi and welcome 'Ganapati Bappa' this year in all its grandeur.

You can offer this sweet recipe as a naivedyam and then enjoy it with your friends and family. So, read on to know more about the ingredients required and the method of preparation of this healthy sweet recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi.


Serves - 4

Preparation time - 10 minutes

Cooking time - 25 minutes


1. Whole wheat - 2 ½ cups

2. Milk - 5 cups

3. Jaggery - 2 ½ cups

4. Ghee - 4 tbsp

5. Shredded coconut - 1 cup

6. Green cardamom powder - ¼th tsp

7. Mixed nuts - ¼th cup

8. Raisins - 10 (for garnishing)

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1. Clean wheat grains under running water for 2-3 times and keep them soaking overnight.

2. On the next morning, spread them out on a clean towel and dry well.

3. Now, grind the wheat grains coarsely. The paste should not be smooth.

4. Then, take a thick-bottomed pan and heat some ghee.

5. Now, add ground wheat and cook it over low flame for almost ten minutes.

6. Add jaggery, milk and shredded coconut into the wheat and stir continuously.

7. If you find the mixture getting too thick, add in the milk.

8. Let the ingredients dissolve together.

9. Add in the mixed nuts and a pinch of cardamom powder.

10. Cook until the kheer becomes thick enough.

11. Check the consistency and check if you can pour it easily.

12. Turn off the heat and allow it to cool.

13. Your wheat kheer is ready.

14. Garnish it with raisins while serving.

Try this special wheat kheer recipe for Ganesh Chaturthi and let us know your feedback.

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