It’s Diwali, the festival of lights and a time to indulge in some sumptuous sweet delights. Since everyone is adding to the festive cheer with traditional recipes, I thought of making a very traditional sweet, SHAKARPAALE to celebrate the occasion with friends. The most popular version of this sweet is a deep fried one made with refined flour and is crispy in texture. However, the Kokani Muslim one is that made of semolina, not deep-fried and has a crumbly texture.
So, here is my recipe for adding a sweet touch to Diwali celebrations today:
Yield: 10-12 pieces
Cooking Time: 60 minutes
Do try the recipe and let me know how it turned out.
Till then, HAPPY #LADDUDAY HAPPY EATING...
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast