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  • Apr 04, 2021

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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.

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Shakkarpare [Recipe]

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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.
(Rating: 4.8 from 5 reviews)

Prep time ⏲ Cook time ⏲ Total time ⏲
1 hours
Category 📚 Cuisine 🍴 Serves 👨‍🍳
Breakfast Indian 5
Nutrition Info 📜 Serving size 🍕
637 calories 1


For Shakkarpare
  • 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
  1. Sieve all-purpose flour and take it in a bowl and add 4 tablespoons of oil or ghee to it.
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  3. Add 4 tablespoons of sugar to the mixture. If you want, you can also use sugar water to knead the flour.
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  5. Now add a little water and knead the dough. Don’t knead it too hard or too soft.
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  7. Let this mixture rest for about 10-15 minutes. After which we will divide it into balls.
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  9. After that, you will roll those dough balls slightly larger and thicker than the roti.
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  11. Thereafter, with the help of a knife, you will cut it into diamond or square shapes, and let it dry for 10-15 minutes.
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  13. Now heat the oil on the gas in the pan. Then, fry the shakkarpare diamonds on low flame till it becomes golden.
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  15. Take out the fried shakkarpare from the frying oil and allow them to cool.
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  17. Shakkarpare are ready to be served and eaten. Enjoy them anyday or during specific festivals.
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  1. You can keep Shakkarpare in an airtight container for 8-10 days.

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