Shakkarpare is eaten as a snack, and can be made on any festival. It looks very tasty and is easy to make with only a few ingredients.
Shakkarpare is mostly made during Indian festivals and special events.
Shakkarpare is eaten as a snack, and can be made on any festival. It looks very tasty and is easy to make with only a few ingredients.★★★★✰
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All purpose flour, 500 grams
Powdered sugar, 250 grams
Oil or Ghee (for making dough), 4 tablespoons
Oil (for frying)
Water (lukewarm, for kneading the dough)
For making Shakkarpare
Sieve all-purpose flour and take it in a bowl and add 4 tablespoons of oil or ghee to it.
Add 4 tablespoons of sugar to the mixture. If you want, you can also use sugar water to knead the flour.
Now add a little water and knead the dough. Don’t knead it too hard or too soft.
Let this mixture rest for about 10-15 minutes. After which we will divide it into balls.
After that, you will roll those dough balls slightly larger and thicker than the roti.
Thereafter, with the help of a knife, you will cut it into diamond or square shapes, and let it dry for 10-15 minutes.
Now heat the oil on the gas in the pan. Then, fry the shakkarpare diamonds on low flame till it becomes golden.
Take out the fried shakkarpare from the frying oil and allow them to cool.
Shakkarpare are ready to be served and eaten. Enjoy them anyday or during specific festivals.
NOTES AND TIPS:
You can keep Shakkarpare in an airtight container for 8-10 days.
Author:Leela Recipe Source Link:https://www.leelasrecipes.com/shakkarpare/ Date Published: 2021-04-04 If this recipe helped you, then please spread the word by sharing and subscribing to us on YouTube to get more such Recipe
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