Khaja recipe is a traditional coastal recipe that is served as a part of “Sukhila Prasad” in India’s Puri Jagannath temple. This is a sweet dish recipe, prepared from fewer ingredients, is essentially the layered fritters dunked in sugar syrup.
Try this Khaja recipe on any of the upcoming special occasions to hear praises from family members and guests. Since it is a good keeper, the Khajas can be stored in airtight containers up to 2 weeks. Enjoy Khaja, one of the “Chappan Bhoga” (56 types of food served as Prasad at Jagannath Temple, Puri) to savor its festive taste during tea time or as a dessert option to end a festive meal.
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