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Khoa Karanji Recipe

Crispy and flaky outside, soft and sweet inside Karanji is a traditional sweet, deep-fried, half-moon-shaped dumpling famous delicacy of Uttar Pradesh mostly prepared during the Holi festival. This sweet is not only rich in taste but also a power pack recipe& is rich in calcium, good fats and also calorie-dense.

Nutrition Information per serve

  • 227.1 kcal
    Energy
  • 22.5 gm
    Carbohydrate
  • 3.5 gm
    Protein
  • 12.7 gm
    Total Fat
  • 1.9 gm
    Total Fiber
3 Tbsp(29.0 gm) Khoa
1 Chopped Tbsp(12.0 gm) Almond
2 Chopped Tbsp(15.0 gm) Cashewnut
1 Tsp(4.0 gm) Chironji
50 Ml(25.0 ml) Water
1 Tbsp(15.0 gm) Ghee
2 Tsp(8.0 gm) Ghee
1 Tbsp(18.0 gm) Nestlé Milkmaid
1 Tbsp(12.0 gm) Raisin
2 Tbsp(20.0 gm) Suji
1/2 Grated Cup(7.0 gm) Dry Coconut
1 Cup(64.0 gm) Maida
  • For Filling

    In a bowl add 3 tbsp khoa, 1/8 cup grated dry coconut, 1.5 tbsp cashewnut powder, 1 tsp chironji, 1.5 tbsp almond powder, 1 tbsp raisins and 1 tbsp Nestlé Milkmaid.

  • Mix all the ingredients well.

  • For Dough

    In a bowl add 1/2 cup maida, 2 tbsp suji, 2 tsp ghee and water as required.

  • Knead the mixture into a soft dough.

  • For Karanji

    Take a portion of dough, roll it out and add the prepared mixture into it.

  • Bring both the edges together and seal the karanji.

  • In another heated pan add ghee and deep fry these karanji.

  • Yummy and tasty karanji is ready.

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