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A Mouth Watering North Indian Sweet Item
Published On: 17 Aug 2009
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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tamil: Ararutkilangu, Kua, Ararut-kizhangu
English: Rose Water
hindi: Gulab Jal
Gujarati: Gulab Jal
Konkani: Gurba Uddhak
Marathi: Gulab Paani
Prepare a syrup of one-string consistency with water and sugar. Add the rose water.
Pass the mawa through a sieve. Add crushed cardamoms, sieved arrowroot and a little cold water in which the soda bicarbonate has been dissolved.
Make soft dough without kneading.
Divide into equal portions and shape into small balls.
Fry in deep fat till light brown.:- The frying should be done on a very slow fire and the fat should be stirred constantly.
Remove, cool for a short while and put into the cold syrup.
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