Jodhpuri Mawa kachori (Sweet Dish from Rajasthan)

Ingredient:

For stuffing:

For dough (outer layer):

Preparation:

  1.  Take a large pan; pour sugar as well as water in it.
  2. Add cardamom powder and saffron it and bring it to boil.
  3. Let this (syrup) boil for 3-4 minutes. Remove from heat, sugar syrup is ready.

Method:

For stuffing:

  1. Take a non stick fry pan. Pour 1 table spoon of ghee, when ghee become hot add Cashew nut, Almond,
  2. Dry grapes, Pistachio all together and fry for 20 to 30 seconds.
  3. Add Khoa and fry on medium flame. Stir continuously till it become light brown in color.
  4. Keep aside, allow it to cool to room temperature, add sugar powder and mix properly.
  5. Now, stuffing is ready.

For making dough:

  1. Take a wide vessel; pour Maida, Green cardamom Powder and ghee. Mix well by rubbing between palms.
  2. Mix well and prepare hard dough with the help of saffron milk and milk.
  3. (The dough can be made in food processor also)
  4. Keep aside and use it after 20 to 30 minutes.

For making kachori:

  1. Take dough, make lemon size balls. Flatten the edge of each ball with the help of finger/rolling pin, make 5’’ diameter circle (leaving centre little thicker than edge)
  2.  And stuff 3-4 teaspoon stuffing in the centre, pull the edge of dough to wrap the (stuffing) repeat it with rest of the ball.
  3. Make it round in shape and slowly flatten this to 3” diameter kachori.
  4. Heat ghee in a fry pan on medium heat (to check if oil is ready, put a little piece of dough in the oil it comes up slowly).
  5. Deep fry the kachori on medium to low heat.
  6. Note: if the kachori is fried on high heat, it will be soft. It will be not crunchy.
  7. After it starts to puff slowly turn over.
  8.  Fry till it becomes golden brown from both side.
  9. Dip this kachori into the sugar syrup. After 1-2 minutes, take out pieces on strainer.
  10. Now kachori is ready.
  11. Now cut the kachori into two pieces with the help of knife before serving.
  12.  Sprinkle some almond and Pistachio and pour two tablespoon sugar syrup on the kachori.
  13. Now, mouth watering Mawa kachori is ready to eat.
    Jodhapuri Mawa kachori (Sweet Dish from Rajasthan)

    Jodhapuri Mawa kachori (Sweet Dish from Rajasthan)

    Ingredient

    Ingredient

    frying dryfruits

    frying dryfruits

     Flatten the ball

    Flatten the ball

    stuffing in the centre

    stuffing in the centre

    pull the edge of dough to wrap

    pull the edge of dough to wrap

    Make it round in shape

    Make it round in shape

    slowly flatten

    slowly flatten

    Deep fry the kachori

    Deep fry the kachori

    golden brown from both sides

    golden brown from both sides

    Dip this kachori into the sugar syrup

    Dip this kachori into the sugar syrup

    Dip this kachori into the sugar syrup

    Dip this kachori into the sugar syrup

    making hole in the centre of the kachori

    making hole in the centre of the kachori

    pour two tablespoon sugar syrup

    pour two tablespoon sugar syrup

    pour two tablespoon sugar syrup

    pour two tablespoon sugar syrup

    Sprinkle some almond

    Sprinkle some almond

    Jodhapuri Mawa kachori (Sweet Dish from Rajasthan)

    Jodhapuri Mawa kachori (Sweet Dish from Rajasthan)

    Diwali is a special time, when family and friends get –together for fun.

    So, come and make some sweets and namkin…….On the auspicious festival of lights today and tomorrow…

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