March 31, 2010

Rava Kajjikayalu

Ingredients :

Maida : 250 gms
Sooji / Semolina : 1 cup
Sugar : 1 - 1/4 cups
Grated dry coconut : 1/2 cup
Cardamom powder : 1/2 tsp
A pinch of salt
Ghee : 2 tsp
Oil : 300 gms


Method :

1. Mix the sooji/semolina, grated dry coconut and cardamom powder with sugar. The stuffing is ready. keep aside.

2. Mix maida, ghee, salt and make a stiff dough by adding water as necessary. Cover with a wet cloth and set aside for one hour.




3. Divide into small lime size balls and roll each ball of dough into a small puri.

4. Put a spoon of stuffing mixture in the centre of the puri and close the edges together firmly.



5. Heat oil in a wide vessel to deep fry the kajjikayalu. Deep fry them till crisp and golden color.

6. Remove from oil and let it cool completely. Store in air tight containers.

47 comments:

  1. wow,, looks really delicious & crispy..

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  2. Love this a lot... looks so crisp and delicious.

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  3. Just had my dinner and I feel like having this as my sweet dish :-)

    http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

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  4. Wow, you have folded it so perfectly! lovely pic.

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  5. Looks so yummy..Shpes have come so beutiful..

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  6. Perfect and delicious..yummy yumm!!

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  7. You are making me drool with all the pics dear.. awesome..

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  8. V too make these...one of my fav bakery item...yuuuuuuuuum

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  9. very beautiful ..I am sure it tastes delicious ..wonderful post dear

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  10. I normally make these at diwali we call them ghoograas.Nice click and I love the neat edging on the pastry.

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  11. simply delicious, for me its perfect for any time of the day.ha ha

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  12. i too make these..love them..they looks so lovely

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  13. Oh, this is one of my favorite snack/sweet..love this always...I have some gifts for u in my blog..pl. collect..I see, you got those awards already, but these are from my side, pl. accept them

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  14. Lovely recipe! Looks very tempting!

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  15. Lord! my amma used to make it for deepavali. This reminds me of that. YUM!

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  16. Hari...it looks beautiful, the curls on the side look so pretty...can you please let me know how you made the curls? by the way..i'm sorry i hadn't even updated the snap for my 'mushroom ragout' recipe before posting it up...now i have put it up just so you will get an idea how creamy it looks. :)

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  17. Wat a crispy kajjikayalu dear, u have made them prefectly...yumm!

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  18. we call this karinjikka...lovely ones you have got here...nice pics

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  19. Very tasty and gorgeous looking kajjikayalu. Loved the filling.

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  20. Very crispy and so delicious..looks beautiful and love the way its done

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  21. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving ur sweet comment..u have a fabulous space..wil be following u :)

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  22. U kno this was made by mom but in a different way its been ages i never ate this... luks gr8

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  23. Soo crispy and delicious...

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  24. looks very crispy.. following you hari chandana

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  25. crispy and mouthwatering dear............

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  26. This is something new, sounds yummy!

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  27. wow it looks very crisp & tempting ... i love this sweet ... Thanks for sharing .....

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  28. I felt like picking few from the picture and eating them ..slurrp. Looks yummy

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  29. I love this..it's been a long time since I had this...Wish we were neighbors :D

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  30. sweet and superb! is it Gujiya? Love them..

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  31. WOW! very crisppppp....Feel like eating...love it..

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  32. looks so delicious! we call it Karanji in marathi.. yummy.

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  33. yummyy yumm..it looks so crispy :)...with tea one more piece plzz :D :)

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  34. wow,we used to love this! Forgot for long time! Thanks for reminding and looks so so gorgeous,especially the way u have folded!

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  35. Looks delicious.....they are quite similar to gujiya's......btw thanks fr stopping by my blog...

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  36. my fav kajjikayalu...looks tempting and yummy......

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  37. Looks wonderful, perfect finish...its been ages I had these sweets, you stirred up all those nostalgic memories.

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  38. This looks fantastic, wish I could have one right now :-)

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  39. Hi chandana, you have a very beautiful page here am late in getting to know about this. loved exploring your mouth watering dishes and great foodography. the karanjikai looks absolutely tempting. yum.

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  40. yum this looks so tasty and the photo is great. yum!

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  41. Crispy and yummy. Do visit my blog when time permits.http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  42. Cripsy looking snacks...Never tried them b4, though tasted so many times...Simple recipe 2 try out !!

    Plz do collect ur awards from Panchamrutham Awards page
    regards
    deepti

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  43. looks super crisp and delicious....very nice shot too..

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