Step-by-Step Guide to Prepare Favorite Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack)

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Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack). Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack) Shivani Nair Austin, TX, USA This tasty snack item is from Indian- Gujarati. Shakarpara and Namakpara are a famous savoury snack which you can either prepare by deep-frying or baking. These sweet biscuits are popularly known as shankarpali in Maharashtra, shakarpara in Gujarat, kalakala in Tamil Nadu, sweet tukdi in North India and teepi maida biscuits in Andhra Pradesh.

Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack) They are crunchy from outside and tender on the inside. These crispy biscuits are mostly made during Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi or Ganesh Chaturti. Shakarpara is an addictive Indian tea time snack that is popular mainly in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka.

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Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack) Shivani Nair Austin, TX, USA This tasty snack item is from Indian- Gujarati. Shakarpara and Namakpara are a famous savoury snack which you can either prepare by deep-frying or baking. These sweet biscuits are popularly known as shankarpali in Maharashtra, shakarpara in Gujarat, kalakala in Tamil Nadu, sweet tukdi in North India and teepi maida biscuits in Andhra Pradesh.

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To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook shakarpara (sweet and crispy snack) using 6 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack):

  1. {Prepare 1/2 Cup of sugar.
  2. {Get 1/2 Cup of water.
  3. {Take 1/2 Cup of butter clarified (ghee).
  4. {Prepare 1.25 Cups of all purpose flour (maida).
  5. {Get 1/2 Teaspoon of salt.
  6. {Get 1.5 Cups of oil for deep frying.

Crispy Shakarpara A traditional tea-time biscuit-like snack often made during festive occasions, shakarpara is the perfect sweet for any gathering. They are deep-fried sugar crisps with almonds and hint of cardamom, which adds to their unique flavor. This is one of those snacks that you won't be able to stop munching on. Shakarpara/Shankarpali is a sweet snack that is extremely addictive, is prepared during the Diwali or Holi festival.

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Instructions to make Shakarpara (Sweet and crispy snack):

  1. Take a pan, keep it on medium heat.
  2. Add sugar, clarified butter, water and mix it well.
  3. Stir the mixture till it becomes a bit sticky syrup.
  4. Once the mixture is of desired consistency, turn off the stove and keep it aside for 20-25 minutes so that it cools down.
  5. Add all purpose flour and knead semi soft dough without adding water. Dough is shown in Image1.
  6. Divide the dough in 3 equal pieces.
  7. Roll each piece in to 7 inches diameter circle and be 1 cm thick.
  8. Cut it in to small diamond/ triangle shape as shown in Image2 call each piece as shakarpara.
  9. Heat oil in a pan on medium heat for deep frying.
  10. Wait till the oil is hot, add 6-8 shakarpara at a time in to oil and reduce the heat to low.
  11. Fry it for approximately 2 minutes, take it out when it becomes light golden in color as shown in Image3.
  12. Keep a kitchen towel in a plate and keep shakarpara on it to dry access oil.
  13. Let it cool down then store it in airtight container, you can enjoy it for 15-16 days.
  14. Note: Fry shakarpara on low heat to make it crispy..

The regular method consists of all-purpose flour and sugar. To make it healthier, I have used whole wheat flour and palm sugar. There is no compromise in the taste or texture. ShakarPara is a sweet Indian snack traditionally made with all purpose flour (maida) and then coated with sugar or jaggery syrup. Syrup can be flavored with fennel seeds, freshly pound cardamom powder, star anise or rose water.

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