“Amma Kavcha” (Mom, snacks?) was my naughty childhood chanting mantra soon after seeing Mom returning back from her office. Knowing her struggle in office, mantra changed to “Do you need coffee, Mom?” 🙂 Childhood days are golden days; where my family used to sit together for evening coffee-snacks with routine serials and narrating the entire day’s story with each other and finding out the solution from parents. Do you remember your childhood memories? You can always share in the comment section.
Either it is summer days or chilling winter, we will always try to search for snacks in free time. You can prepare and store this snacks for long time in an air tight box. Sweet biscuit recipe or call it as a fried biscuit recipe. It tastes too yum with a cup of tea in chilling winter. I made it on order for Christmas snacks box. Everyone enjoyed the taste and got the best feedback from everyone who tasted it. So, felt like sharing the recipe so busy Mums can prepare this snacks easily and store it for many days. Try it and let me know how it turned out. 🙂
This snack name is Shakkar para / shankar pali/ shankarpoli and many with respect to each language. “ರೆಸಿಪಿ ಒಂದು ನಾಮ ಹಲವು” (one recipe with different names). I found these tips and tricks will make you confident while frying it out.
Tricks for good taste:
- Make the dough thick, use less than half a cup milk while kneading.
- If dough is soggy, it absorbs more oil while frying.
- Knead the dough atleast for 5 minutes.
- Always fry it on low flame. If fried on high flame, it turns brown soon and inside it will be raw and soft.
Servings: 5-6 Members
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking Total Time: 15 Minutes
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Detailed Video Recipe in3 minutes: https://youtu.be/S8IS_2v5z4A
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|1. Maida/ Plain flour/ White flour||2 cups|
|2. Sugar||3/4th cup|
|3. Ghee/ melted butter (hot)||2tbsp|
|4. Oil||For frying|
|5. Cardamom/ Elaichi||2-3 pods|
Step 1: Grind 2 Cardamom pods to a mixer.
Step 2: Add 3/4th cup sugar and grind to fine powder.
Step 3: Add 2 cups plain flour to a bowl.
Step 4: Add 2 tbsp Hot ghee/ melted butter so the flour holds a shape.
Step 5: Mix it well and then add powdered sugar.
Step 6: Add less milk batchwise and knead it to a stiff dough.
Step 7: Cover and rest it 10 minutes.
Step 8: Take a ball shaped portion and roll it thick. Cut it to square shaped dough.
Step 9: Deep fry on low flame.
Initially it will be soft when it is hot. It turns crispy once cooled completely.
Here you Can:
Try, Taste & Comment.
Happy cooking 🙂