|HOME | TRAVEL | TRAVELOG|
This is a typical sweet especially made for Diwali in many states, but it is known by different names. Though the ingredients are quite common, this net-like sweet , requires technique to turn out right! This is placed as an offering in the Lakshmi puja as well as served as prasad. In Maharashtra, they make it this way:
Grind rice into fine flour. Knead the gur and flour. Make flattened balls.Roll out into thick rounds, approximately 3" diameter Sprinkle poppy seeds on top of the rounds.
Heat the ghee hot. In piping hot ghee, lightly fry the rounds
Remove and drain off excess ghee by placing in a collander
Take care, as the delicate net-like texture may break.
Back to Home
INFOTECH | TRAVEL | LIFE/STYLE | FREEDOM | FEEDBACK