Wednesday, November 26, 2008

kobbari kajjikayalu


Ingredients For Dough

1 cup maida ( all purpose flour)
2 tbs hot oil
pinch of salt
water to knead the dough

Ingredinets For Filling

1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup decicated coconut powder
pinch of cardamom powder



METHOD
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Add salt and hot oil to maida ,mix until maida is coated with oil ,then sprinkle little by little water to make a stiff dough
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Knead the dough for 5 min and keep aside
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Add sugar , coconut powder and cardamom powder to bowl and mix well
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Take dough and make a small balls , cover with damp cloth
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Now take 1 dough ball , roll in to thin ( like poori) , spread a spoonfull of coconut mixture on one half of the circle
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Damp edges of the rolled dough on one half with water , combine both the edges , press and seal like as shown in pic and keep under damp cloth
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Do the same precedure with all the remaining dough balls
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Heat oil in a wide pan on medium flame , drop 4 to 5 kajjikayalu in to oil and fry on low flame until golden
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Drain on paper towel , let them cool and store in a air tight container

22 comments:

lothi said...

Mouth watering snack! Luks awesome will try n let u know.Thanks for sharing.Pictures are perfect n grt!

lovelysunrise said...

hey wow meeru teluga....great to know :)...
Wonderful recipe, looks delicious...I am missing home...I shall try now :)
Thankuuu

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks mouthwatering sagari!

Priya said...

Wow crispy coconut kajjikayalu...looks delicious

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Kajjikayalu, is a new term but they look crispy and neat...

raaji said...

i miss them saagari.....my grandma is gr8 expert in making them.....

Pallavi said...

Hi Sagari, this looks yummy! My email address is pallavi.daliparthi@gmail.com

LG said...

tempting dish Sagari. You click drooly pics always..

Uma said...

mmm. delicious kajjikayalu! Mouth-watering.

Happy cook said...

Yummy yummy yummy delicious.
Just imagine the burst of sweetens in your mouth.

veena said...

Hi
First time to ur blog ..U gt a variety of mouthwatering dishes ..Keep up the good work and keep posting delicious dishes ...
love
veena

veena said...

i have added u in my blog roll

DEESHA said...

yummy snack .. i remember eating this during ganesh chaturthi

Kitchen Flavours said...

This is one of most widely made sweet during weddings. I remebered when me and my sis use to make the stuffing. My mom added cashew nuts, amlonds and raisins also. Simply lucious. Rocking recipe.

meeso said...

Yum, simple but tasty!

Manasa said...

so alluring :)

Gita's Kitchen said...

It has been a long time since I made these, a perfct snack for a chilly evening :)

Jaishree said...

Kajjikayalu Looks awesome n mouthwatering sagari!Pictures r gr8..

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

I have eaten this many a time but never made it myself.Thanks for sharing!

Alka said...

My neighbour makes these in almost similar ways,except that she uses moulds to give shapes .These looks so crispy ....

Cynthia said...

Dear Sagari,

My apologies for not visiting you in a while... I had lost all my feeds when I had some problems with my laptop and I am still in the process of gathering those feeds again.

Hope you and your family are well.

Usha said...

Looks fantastic...I haven't had this in a long long while and your picture is very tempting...feel like having a couple of those right now :-)