Diamond Cuts - Crispy

Crispy flattened sweet treats shaped in diamond shape

Diamond Cuts - Crispy

Crispy flattened sweet treats shaped in diamond shape

By sowmya anilpillai

Published On: 10 Apr 2009

Rating: 4
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30 Minutes
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Step 1

Mix flour, egg, salt and cardamom powder long with enough water to make a smooth dough.Knead very well to incorporate all the ingredients.

Step 2

Cover the dough with a damp cloth and leave in the kitchen counter for around 15-30 mts.

Step 3

Dust the kitchen counter with enough flour.

Step 4

Divide the dough into equal parts and start working on one ball at a time, meanwhile leaving the other balls under the cloth.

Step 5

Flatten the dough ball into a rectangle shape using a rolling pin and cut out equal strands of ribbons.

Step 6

Now make slanted cuts in one ribbon voila you got diamond shaped cuts.

Step 7

Repeat the steps for rest of the leftover dough balls.

Step 8

Heat a wok with enough oil and fry the cuts out (few at a time).

Step 9

The cuts will puff up and ends will start browning up.
:- This is the perfect cooking for the cuts.

Step 10

Drain them in kitchen towel and keep aside.

Step 11

Mix water and sugar on a stove top and you get a threadlike consistency.

Step 12

Coat the diamond cuts with the sugar syrup and keep them aside for cooling down.
:- You can dip diamond cuts in the syrup and drain them using a slotted spoon.

13)Once the cuts are cooled, store them in an airtight container.

Step 13


arjun thulasidharan

how do you make the spicy one ?


Thankssssssss, my all time favorite..

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