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Delight your taste buds with the some irresistible and alluring Pinnie. Glance through this article to know the recipe of pindi.


Fundamentally an agricultural festival filled with merry-making, Lohri is celebrated on the 13th of January in the state of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and some parts of Himachal Pradesh. It denotes the last of the coldest days of winter. People are very particular about Lohri recipes on this festival. The added attractions to the festive mood of Lohri are the sweets. One such sweet is the pinnie. The name 'pinnie' has been derived from its fist shape with the finger markings that can be seen after preparing it. A common sweet delicacy at Lohri, pinnie is also called 'pindi' by some people. It is prepared from wheat flour and ghee and can be included with dry fruits as well. Follow the simple recipe given here to prepare pinnies on the occasion of Lohri.