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3 hours ago Archanaskitchen.com Show details
Karanji Recipe (Maharashtrian) - Spice Up The Curry
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Karanji is a sweet snack from the Maharashtrian cuisine and often made for festivals, but are so delicious you’ll want to eat them all year long. …
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5 hours ago Tarladalal.com Show details
karanji recipe Maharashtrian karanji crispy rava karanji Indian style coconut karanji with amazing photos. karanji recipe is one of the best …
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5 hours ago Archanaskitchen.com Show details
Maharashtrian Karanji also known as Gujiya or Ghugra is a traditional sweet, commonly prepared by Maharashtrians during the festival of Diwali. The …
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Karanji Recipe Maharashtrian Gujiya Maharashtrian Karanji + Karanji is one of the best-known traditional snacks of Maharashtra. This deep …
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9 hours ago Simpleindianrecipes.com Show details
Jump to recipe ↓ Karanji is a Maharashtrian sweet deep fried dumpling made during Diwali. It’s a sweet dish made with tremendous patience but once you bite it just melts in mouth. Karanji is also called as Gujia. Recipe For Karanji Ingredients. Maida – 1 cup (sieved) Chirote Rava – 1-2 tbsp; Ghee – 2 tbsp; For Filling. Dry Grated
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Karanji sweet is a Maharashtrian fried sweet snack often made for festive occasions like Diwali and Holi.Prepared mainly with all-purpose flour and …
2 hours ago Archanaskitchen.com Show details
Matar Karanji/ Gujiya is an indulgent Maharashtrian snack made using seasonal fresh green peas. Green peas and fresh coconut along with a …
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Maharashtrian Karanji. Karanji is a half-moon (semicircle) shaped sweet made with an outer covering of all-purpose flour and stuffed with a mixture of coconut, whole wheat …
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1 hours ago Madhurasrecipe.com Show details
Heat up 2 tsp oil. Mix all-purpose flour, sooji, salt into a bowl, and pour hot oil over it. Mix well till the time mixture becomes crumbly. Pour warm milk slowly to make medium consistency dough, not too hard and too soft. Cover and keep the dough for 30 minutes.
Madhura Bachal is a pioneer of Maharashtrian cuisine in the digital world. The young woman took a leap of faith back in 2009 when she started the …
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Karanji Recipe Karanji is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet dish, it is popularly prepared during Diwali . Plain flour shells loaded with a sweet and succulent filling of coconut, semolina, spices and nuts are deep-fried and enjoyed during the festive occasion.
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How to Make Matar Karanji Matar Karanji recipe. A quintessential Maharashtrian savory snack that resembles North Indian Gujiya in its appearance but minus sweet filling. These crisp and delicious Karanjis are stuffed with a savory filling of fresh green peas, fresh Coconut and some basic Indian spices. ….
7 hours ago Spiceupthecurry.com Show details
Maharashtrian Karanji.This recipe makes crispy and flaky (khuskhushit) outer cover with sweet coconut stuffing. A must-have sweet snack …
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karanji recipe gujiya recipe how to make layered maharashtrian karanji with detailed photo and video recipe. an easy and popular traditional sweet recipe made with …
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Karanji is a sweet snack from the Maharashtrian cuisine and often made for festivals, but are so delicious you’ll want to eat them all year long. These half moon-shaped fried pastries are stuffed with a mix of shredded coconut, dried fruits, sesame seeds and …
9 hours ago Maunikagowardhan.co.uk Show details
Turn the heat off and cool the mix slightly while you make the dough. In a large bowl add the flour, butter and salt. Mix in the water a little at a time to form a smooth dough. Dust with little flour and knead for a minute. Cover and leave to rest for 10 minutes. Now divide the dough into 14 equal portions.
5 hours ago Kalimirchbysmita.com Show details
We will start with kneading dough for Karanji cover. Put Wheat flour in a large flat plate. Add Semolina and Salt. Mix the dry ingredients. Now add ¼th Cup=60ml lukewarm Oil. Follow the ration of 5:1 for flour and Oil. Mix the Oil with flour, rubbing with your palms.
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A very popular Indian Dessert prepared all over India on the occasion of Diwali. Watch detail recipe on http://www.madhurasrecipe.com
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1 hours ago Chakali.blogspot.com Show details
Karanji Recipe नारळाची करंजी in Marathi Coconut Karanji English. Step by step images:-. Roll and make thin disc. Put a spoonful Coconut filling on one half of the disc. Apply very little milk on the edge of Half disc where you have put the mixture. Fold and Seal. Decorate with Fork or Cut excessive dough with Karanji
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Karanji is a traditional Maharashtrian fried sweet dumpling made on special occasions like Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi. Pudachi Karanji means the one having layers. A typical Maharashtrian Diwali Faral is incomplete without these …
9 hours ago Aaichisavali.com Show details
Olya Naralachi Karanji / Fresh Coconut Karanji is one of the Maharashtrian sweet recipes, mainly made during Diwali, Naralipournima, or festive season. In Maharashtrian karanji, the stuffing is made up of fresh coconut, jaggery and flavored with cardamom powder.
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(Link to Marathi Recipe) Karanji in Marathi Gujiya in Hindi Karajikayi in Kannada Karanji comes under 'must have' for us Maharashtrians for Diwali! Diwali faral is incomplete without these crescent shaped delicacy. My mom makes karanjis and Chirote on Dhanatrayodashi day. She makes these with few different fillings and those fillings are
9 hours ago Akshaypatre.com Show details
Maharashtrian karanji recipe - Diwali season is in the air.This is the right time to make sweets and savouries. The most popular sweets and savouries are Karanji, Ladoo, Burfi, Halwa, Pedha, Chakli, Shankarpali, varieties of Sev, Chivda, roasted spicy Cashew Nuts, salted Pistachio and processed Dates.
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Please take a moment to like and subscribehttps://www.youtube.com/user/madhura94 ‿ Matar Karanji is very popular snack within Maharashtra and other part
1 tsp Pure Ghee. 1/2 to 3/4 cup Milk, cold or at room temperature. Oil for deep frying. Method: 1) Take a pan, add Coconut and Jaggery and cook for 5 minutes on medium heat. Stir occasionally. Add Cardamom powder and mix well. Mixture should be thick in consistency, otherwise, Karanji gets mushy because of filling.
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If you are preparing for this Diwali 2019 and want to impress your friends and closed ones with authentic Maharashtrian sweets, we are providing you a quick, easy and tasty Karanji recipe. So, get ready to learn how to prepare Karanjis at home along with some of the other healthy Indian food recipes posted on our website.
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7 hours ago Tarladalal.com Show details
As the crunchy shell gives way to the sweet stuffing in Maharashtrian karanji, you are greeted by shades of spice, the crunch of nuts and of course, the delightfully flaky mouth-feel of roasted coconut and rava. This rich Indian style coconut karanji is ideal to make for festivals like Diwali.Cool and store the Karanji in an airtight container, where it will stay good for at least 15 …
2 hours ago My-foodcourt.com Show details
Matar Karanji is an indulgent Maharashtrian snack made using seasonal fresh green peas. Green peas and fresh coconut along with a few other spices are stuffed in a crisp flour pastry/cover and then deep fried till golden brown.
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Collection of 106 Tasty Maharashtrian Recipes. It includes breakfast, main course, snacks and sweets recipes. Puran Poli, Modak, Sabudana khichdi, Thalipeeth, Kanda
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Til Karanji Recipe तीळ-गूळ करंजी Til Gul Karanji Makar Sankrati Recipe Tilachi Karanji Festive Special Recipe खुसखुशीत तिळाची करंजी Sankranti Special Recipe Til Gud Gujiya How To Make Tilachi Karanji Tilachi Karanji Recipe In Marathi Marathi Padarth Maharashtrian Recipes Ruchkar Mejwani Til Karanji is a
8 hours ago Secretindianrecipe.com Show details
Karanji is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet. Usually made during Diwali or festive season. This is very similar to Gujiya made in Northern India. Probably the only difference is usage of Khoya. In Maharashtrian karanji the filling is made up of …
6 hours ago Dishcovery.in Show details
Heat a heavy-bottom pan and roast mawa for 3–5 mins until it melts and dries out. Remove from heat and let it cool. Once cool, add the rest of the stuffing ingredients and crumble the mixture to create a powdery stuffing. Divide the dough into 6–8 lemon-sized pedas (balls). Using the tip of your finger, lightly dampen the outer edge of the
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9 hours ago Mintsrecipes.com Show details
This is a Maharashtrian Snack recipe made with gram flour, cashew nut and, spices. It is a snack made from soaked sago, potatoes, and ground nut powder. It’s a preparation of potatoes tossed up with cumin seeds, curry leaves, and green chillies. Peanut is also added to give it a crunchy taste and nutty aroma. 05.
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5 hours ago Ribbonstopastas.com Show details
Matar ki Karanji is a deep-fried savoury pastry from a Maharashtrian kitchen. It is stuffed with fresh green peas along with spices and coconut. Karanji is normally made on special occasions like Diwali or Ganesh Chaturthi. It can either be sweet or savoury.
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5 hours ago Chamchameet.blogspot.com Show details
Place stuffing on the puri proportionately and fold the puri to form a semi circle (karanji). Fold and press the edges of the karanji. Pre heat oven to 200 C for 5 min. Repeat steps 1 to 5 for remaining dough. Bake all karanjis at 200 C for 10 min, flip the side and bake for another 10 min. Crunchy matar karanji are ready to serve with green
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Dec 9, 2016 - This Maharashtrian karanji recipe makes crispy and flaky (khuskhushit) outer cover with sweet coconut stuffing. A must-have sweet snack for festivals
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In this recipe of matar karanji, matar (peas) are sauteed in a myriad of spices including mustard seeds, green chilli, ginger, coriander powder, cumin, and coriander leaves. It is cooked and ground together for a juicy stuffing. The outer covering is made with a dough of maida, stuffed with the tantalising matar filling, sealed and deep-fried
6 hours ago Themagicsaucepan.com Show details
Karanji is a popular Maharashtrian sweet dish. Actually this is prepared in almost all of the Indian states with each state having its own name and own variation. It is called Ghujia in the North west, Karchikai in Karnataka and Somasi in Tamil Nadu.A crescent shaped pastry filled with all the rich flavourful goodies like coconut, sugar and nuts.
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The Maharashtrian cuisine covers a range from mild to very spicy dishes. Wheat, rice, jowar, bajri, vegetables, lentils and fruit form staples of the Maharashtrian diet. Metropolitan cities like Mumbai and Pune tend to be cosmopolitan with Idli, Dosa and even Chinese dishes being common there. But distinctly Maharashtrian street foods such as
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Method. Bring the milk to a boil in a heavy bottom pan or iron wok . Simmer and reduce to half. Add tin of condensed milk and reduce further. Switch off heat when the milk coats the back of the spoon and starts spluttering or leaving the sides. Mix in the ground nutmeg just before switching off heat.
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In Maharashtrian households, Diwali is incomplete without faral, an assortment of snacks, both savoury and sweet that are served as breakfast during the festive week.Instead of sweets, many Maharashtrians prefer exchanging gifting faral to friends, family and neighbours. This Diwali, instead of buying something off the shelf, try this easy recipe to make karanji, …
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Curd Rice 1 cup cooked rice 1 cup of plain curds/yogurt 1/2 cup of grapes (red or green grapes and pomogranate is also used) For Seasoning Urad dal, channa dal, mustard seeds, cumin seeds – 1 tsp each Curry leaves – 2 tsp Grated coconut- 1tbsp (optional) Cool the …
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Maharashtrian Karanji. This recipe makes crispy and flaky (khuskhushit) outer cover with sweet coconut stuffing. A must-have sweet snack for festivals like Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi. It requires 8 ingredients only. All of them are basic and easily available in the Indian pantry.
I usually prefer making karanji using fresh coconut for a superior taste. making karanji is quite a time consuming process but if you love sweet savory snacks all the effort is worthwhile. This is one of the most easy recipes, do try preparing karanji this way and let me know how it turned out. Neha Lad 's Secret Indian Recipe !
One major advantage of Karanji is it has good shelf life, it can be stored for weeks and can be used as dessert as well as snacks. In-case, you haven’t tasted Karanji at all, this Diwali give it a try. Here is the recipe. Heat up 2 tsp oil. Mix all-purpose flour, sooji, salt into a bowl, and pour hot oil over it.
Matar Karanji is usually served as a tea time snack but you can make mini, bite sized karanjis and serve them as a party appetizer or snack. Spicy Matar karanji tastes great on its own but you can serve them with Raw Mango & Coconut Chutney or any chutney of choice at your Diwali or Holi parties