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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Crispy Gujia/Indian Festival Snack


1 cup maida (All purpose flour)
1 tablespoon sooji (semolina)
3 tablespoon Oil/Ghee
Some oil for deep frying
½ cup sugar
Chopped almonds, pistachio and cashews

Preparation Method:
  • Mix maida, semolina, 3 tablespoon of oil/ghee and little bit of water to knead into a soft dough. Cover it and keep it aside for 15-20mins 
  • Now heat pan in a low flame and add dry fruits, khoya, sugar and mix them well until everything is mashed up together. It will be slightly sticky for some time.  Don’t cook longer. 
  • Keep it aside until it cools down 
  • Now make small balls of the dough you prepared and roll it to a Puri shape 
  •  Fill your puri with the koya mixture and press the edges of the it and seal it well by using milk or water 
  • You can make some design at edges with the fork 
  •  Deep fry gujia in medium heat until golden brown. Don’t fry on high heat else your gujia will soft and not crisp. 
  •        Serve as a snack or sweet dish during festivals 


Yin said...

The shape look like our Malaysian curry puff :-P Where filling is savoury with curry potato/meat :-P

Food Fun Freak said...

Really, i would love to know the recipe Yin. I just love Malaysian Food :)

coolblogger said...

rite recipe at rite time. Love all ur recipes.
Following u, drop in to my blog..

Koci said...

Oooh, these look so yummy!! I bet the combination of crispy and sweet is delicious.

Satya said...

hi dear
first time to ur blog ...u got a beautiful space here ...these gujias looks delicious ...every body's favorite at my home...loved ur bitter gourd curry n soya chunk masala too ..yummy...glad to find u
Happy dasharra to u n ur family
if u get time do visit my blog


Food Fun Freak said...

Happy Dushera to you too Satya!!!
Glad you visited my blog. I loved your blog too....lovely colorful and full of yummy dishes. I would definitely try your recipes :)

MiniBinoy said...

wow!! i hv tasted gujjas during diwali..luv it..thanx for sharing the recipe :)

Food Fun Freak said...

Thanks Mini :)

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