The blueberry gujiya can be called as a delicious twist to the Indian gujiya (Indian dessert with coconut, nuts and khoya filling). Just like the regular Indian gujiya, it is also crispy and flaky outside. But, it has a twist. It has a blueberry filling.
If you wish you can try making this, with a different shape. Each time, a new shape will fascinate your guests.
So, be ready with notebook and note down its recipe to try instantly at home today –
- Egg yolk – 1
- Blueberries – 2½ cups
- Cornstarch – 3 tablespoons
- Water – 2 tablespoons
- Mini tart crusts – 15
- Ground cinnamon – ½ teaspoon
- Lemon zest – 1 teaspoon
- Sugar – ½ cup
- Lemon juice – 1 tablespoon
- Pinch of salt
- Mix sugar, ground cinnamon, lemon zest and cornstarch in a bowl.
- In another bowl, mix blueberries with lemon juice.
- Now, sprinkle the sugar mixture in the blueberries mixture. Make sure that the blueberries are perfectly coated.
- Create eggwash by combining water and egg yolk.
- Now, take the mini tarts and fill them with the blueberry mixture.
- Brush the edges of the tart with eggwash and fold it (just like a gujiya), in order to close its edges.
- Press the edges with a fork to seal them.
- Put these gujiya or pies in the refrigerator for almost half an hour.
- Pre-heat your oven to a temperature of about 375 degree F.
- Now, remove the pies from refrigerator and brush with eggwash.
- Sprinkle some sugar over it.
- Make a slit on each pie so that it is perfectly baked.
- Bake them for nearly 20 minutes.
The blueberry gujiya or pie is ready to eat. Let them cool and serve it your family or guests..!!