|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Rajasthan|
|Main ingredients||Corn, milk, ghee, sugar, raisins, nuts|
|Cookbook: Jhajhariya Media: Jhajhariya|
Jhajhariya is a delicacy made of corn, milk, ghee and sugar garnished with raisins and nuts. Grated or coarsely ground fresh sweet corn is slowly roasted in ghee for few hours until it loses most of its moisture and assumes a dry granular form.
There is a video on YouTube which describes the recipe for making the same.
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