Andhra Simple Kajjikayalu Recipe | Indian Food Recipes By, 2015-10-29 Andhra Simple Kajjikayalu Recipe | Indian Food Recipes Try this traditional sweet of Andhra Kajjikayalu Recipe that tastes excellent with spicy tea. It is prepared with maida dough filled with a mixture of dry coconut powder. Prep Time: 15min Cook time: 20min Ingredients: 500gmsMaida,4 tablespoonsGhee,Water,Saltto taste,deep fryingOil for,¼ coconutGrated coconut,1 cupSooji,1 cupSugar,3 tablespoonsChopped cashew nuts, Instructions: Take maida in a bowl and add salt to it Add 3 tablespoons of ghee and enough water Knead it to smooth dough and divide them into small balls Cover them and keep aside for an hour Place a pan on flame and 1 tablespoon of ghee Add grated coconut and roast on medium flame for a few minutes In the same pan, add 1 tablespoon of ghee and fry Sooji on medium flame for about 5 to 7 minutes Remove them and cool it for some time Powder the sugar and mix well with roasted sooji, grated coconut, cardamom powder and cashew nuts Roll each ball with rolling stick like a thin puri Spread a tablespoon of rava mixture in rooled dough and fold over the endings opposite to each other Press them firmly with hands so that the filling does not come out during the frying process Twist the edges around and continue the same process with remaining dough Place them gently in hot oil and deep fry the Stuffed Kajjikayalu Remove them and place them on an oil absorbent paper Transfer them to airtight containers and have it as snacks during evenings. You can store them at least a week or 10 days. Make sure to keep the dough covered with a plate throughout the preparation process. Also try spongy Gulab Jamun Recipe for Diwali and make your festival delightful. Unique Ways to Celebrate Diwali -Neelima

Tasty Bellam Kajjikayalu Recipe – Gujiya Recipe

Tasty Bellam Kajjikayalu Recipe – Gujiya Recipe

Try tasty Kajjikayalu Recipe at home and have it as snacks during evenings along with family members. This is a famous traditional dish in Andhra households during most of the festivals.

Ingredients

  • 500gmsMaida
  • 4 tablespoonsGhee
  • Water
  • Saltto taste
  • deep fryingOil for
  • ¼ coconutGrated coconut
  • 1 cupSooji
  • 1 cupSugar
  • 3 tablespoonsChopped cashew nuts

Directions

  • Take maida in a bowl and add salt to it
  • Add 3 tablespoons of ghee and enough water
  • Knead it to smooth dough and divide them into small balls
  • Cover them and keep aside for an hour
  • Place a pan on flame and 1 tablespoon of ghee
  • Add grated coconut and roast on medium flame for a few minutes
  • In the same pan, add 1 tablespoon of ghee and fry Sooji on medium flame for about 5 to 7 minutes
  • Remove them and cool it for some time
  • Powder the sugar and mix well with roasted sooji, grated coconut, cardamom powder and cashew nuts
  • Roll each ball with rolling stick like a thin puri
  • Spread a tablespoon of rava mixture in rooled dough and fold over the endings opposite to each other
  • Press them firmly with hands so that the filling does not come out during the frying process
  • Twist the edges around and continue the same process with remaining dough
  • Place them gently in hot oil and deep fry the Stuffed Kajjikayalu
  • Remove them and place them on an oil absorbent paper
  • Transfer them to airtight containers and have it as snacks during evenings.

You can store them at least a week or 10 days. Make sure to keep the dough covered with a plate throughout the preparation process. Also try spongy Gulab Jamun Recipe for Diwali and make your festival delightful.

Unique Ways to Celebrate Diwali

-Neelima

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