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Ghevar is very famous in Rajasthan. Everyone likes the Ghevar found in every house on the festival of Sawan and Rakhi. Now you don't have to wait for Sawan or Rakhi for this.
Take solid ghee in a large bowl and add ice cubes at a time. Keep stirring the ghee rapidly, if desired, keep adding more ice cubes. Until the ghee turns white.
Now make a thin mixture by taking milk, flour and water. Dissolve yellow food color in some water. The mixture should be thin.
Now take a steel or aluminum vessel, which should be at least 12 inches in length and five-six inches thick. Now fill half the vessel with ghee and heat it.
When fumes start coming out of the ghee, add 50 ml. Fill the mixture in a glass and pour it in the center of the vessel. like a thin edge.
Now allow the mixture to settle properly, so pour another glass of the mixture in a circular motion in the utensil. Ghevar will leave the side of the vessel and small holes start appearing in it, then take it out carefully and keep it on a wire sieve.