Cookies-kulkuls-Christmas sweets














Bombay rava/ semolina         100 gms
All purpose flour/maida         100 gms
Wheat flour                           100 gms
Sugar     (powdered)             50 gms
Egg         (beaten)                 1
Ghee     (melted)                   3  table spoon
Vanilla essence                      1 tsp
Salt                                       1 pinch
Oil for deep frying
Method:
Dry fry the rava in a pan.  Take a big bowl and mix the rava, maida, wheat flour, sugar, ghee, egg, essence & salt.  Take a little warm water and add to these contents and make a dough.    If you have a food processor you can make the dough in it.   Add the water little by little or else it can become sticky because of the sugar.   Cover the dough and keep aside for about 1 hour.   Take little by little dough & make small balls, flatten it on the back of fork or on a  new comb and roll it.  Apply a little oil on the fork or comb so that the dough does not stick and rolls out evenly.
After preparing all the kukuls,  Take a wok or kadai and heat the oil.  Deep fry the kulkuls  few at a time.  Remove when golden brown.  When it is cool you can store it in an air tight container.  You can store it right upto a month.    You will get about 50 cookies/kulkuls. 
Christmas Sweet

21 comments:

  1. delicious addition of rava sweet looks wonderful

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  2. Thank you and it Tastes wonderful too!!

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  3. Hello! new follower (I saw your post on the chat over at blogaholcs) This looks yummy!! I may have to try it O.o and hopefully I won't mess it up lol.

    Ashley
    http://ashleybcrochets.blogspot.com

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  4. Hi Ashley!
    Thank you for following!!
    Like your blog!

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  5. Let's Hope You won't mess it up...

    Let me know...

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  6. lol I will probably do a post about my experience in trying it out!! And thank you for following! =D

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  7. yummy and cute cookies
    thanks for stopping hope in futre also

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  8. @Ashley"With Love" your always welcome to share your experiences!!
    :-)

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  9. @Santosh Bangar.. Thank you so much..!!

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  10. Your blog is all geared up for Christmas... :) These look yummy...

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  11. wow!!wonderful!!
    I am your new follower now...

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  12. @Anisha..:-) Thanks Anisha!
    @Amy.. Thanks Amy!! and thank you for following me!
    @Christy... Thank you!

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  13. Hey my neighbours will be giving me these for Christmas. Love them.
    Thanks for your comment at my place.

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  14. :-)... Nice!! thanks for stopping by.. n ur welcome!!

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  15. What a combination.Yummy and Delicious.
    http://kokilasindianfood.blogspot.com/

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  16. Can't wait for the next Christmas! The placed dishes are looking so yummy that it's hard to wait for long. Thanks!
    christmas sweets

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