Panchhi brand is a famous brand of petha in Agra, India. It was founded in 1926 by Shri Ramji Lal Gupta. The company is known for its traditional methods of making petha and its commitment to using fresh, locally-grown ingredients. Panchhi brand petha has various flavors, including mango, strawberry, and pineapple.
Panchhi brand petha is made with white pumpkin, sugar, and water. The pumpkin is peeled, grated, and cooked in sugar syrup until soft and translucent. The petha is then cut into cubes or other shapes and cooled. It can be consumed plain or dipped in sugar syrup.
petha is a popular gift for guests and family members. It is also a popular snack item, usually eaten with tea or coffee.
The company has won several awards for its petha, including the "Best Petha in Agra" award in 2016. Panchhi brand petha is also exported to countries such as the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Here are some of the most popular Panchhi brand products:
Petha is made by slicing the gourd into bite-sized pieces and then curing them for a few hours in a solution of lime. After removing them from the lime solution, they boil the gourd slices until soft and then soak them in a flavorful syrup.
Types of petha's
- Panchhi Chocolate Petha
- Panchhi Coconut Petha
- Panchhi Donda Barfi Petha
- Panchhi Elaichi Angoori Petha
- Panchhi Gulab Laddu Petha
- Panchhi Kesar Angoori Petha
- Panchhi Kesar Barfi Petha
- Panchhi Kesar Cherry Petha
- Panchhi Kesar Dry Petha
- Panchhi Khus Cherry Petha
- Panchhi Laal Khand Petha
- Panchhi Mango Cherry Petha
- Panchhi Melon Kancha Petha
- Panchhi Pan Petha
- Panchhi Plain Anguri Petha
- Panchhi Plain Petha
- Panchhi Rasbhari Petha
- Panchhi Rose Angoori Petha
- Panchhi Sandwich Petha
- Panchhi White Plain Cherry Petha
A general term for savory snacks in India. It can be made from various ingredients, including lentils, beans, nuts, seeds, and spices. Namkeen is a popular snack in India and is eaten in other parts of the world.
- Panchhi Navratan Mixture Namkeen
- Panchhi Salted Lachha Namkeen
- Panchhi Ratalami Sev Namkeen
- Panchhi Masala Chana Namkeen
- Panchhi Nut Crackers Namkeen
- Panchhi Laungi Sev Namkeen
- Panchhi Gujrati Sev Namkeen
A traditional Indian sweet made from sesame seeds, sugar, and ghee. It is a popular snack in Uttar Pradesh, India, and is also eaten in other parts of the country. Gajak is known for its sweet and nutty flavor and its chewy texture.
- Panchhi Gud Special Gajak
- Panchhi Chikki Peanut Gajak
- Panchhi Sugar Gajak Special
- Panchhi Kutema Gud Gajak
- Panchhi Gud Rewari
- Panchhi Kutema Sugar Gajak
Q.1-How long does petha last?
The shelf life of petha depends on how it is stored. Petha stored in a cool, dry place can last up to 6 months.
Q.2-Can I freeze petha?
Yes, you can freeze petha. To freeze petha, cut it into small pieces and place it in an airtight container. Freeze the petha for up to 2 years. When ready to eat the petha, thaw it overnight in the refrigerator.
Q.3-How long does Gajak last?
Gajak can be kept in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks. It can also be frozen for up to 3 months.
Q.4-Is Gajak healthy?
Gajak is a good source of protein and fiber. It is also a valuable source of vitamins, minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium.
Q.5-How long does peanut namkeen last?
Peanut namkeen can be kept in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks. It can also be stored in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.