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Shakkar Pale/Shankar Pale


  • How to make sweet shankar pale:
          Hi everyone this is a different recipe of shakkar pale. I was aware of only one method 
         of making shakkar pale. This is a different method with one more ingredient besides
         maida/all purpose flour. This recipe is sent to us from Pune. Do try this recipe.


            







  • Ingredients:
          1. Oil (for frying)
          2. Maida/All purpose flour (2 small bowl)
          3. Icing sugar/Powdered sugar (1 small bowl-according to your taste)
          4. Salt (2-3 tspn)
          5. Rawa/Semolina (half of small bowl)
          6. Water
          


  • Preparation & Cooking:
          1. Take the all purpose flour in a broad vessel.
          2. Add the rawa,powdered sugar,salt & 2-3 tblspn of oil (mohan).
          3. Add water & make dough for the shakkar pale.
          4. Keep aside for 10-15 mins.
          5. Heat oil for frying.
          6. Make two-three medium to n-big portions.  Roll on to make roti.
          7. Rolled roti should not too thin or to thick.
          8. Make five vertical lines & make horizontal lines using a knife to make 
              rectangular or diamond shape.
          9. Test whether the oil is heated by adding only a small piece.
        10. Add all the cut/diamond shape pieces in the heated oil.
        11. Fry till it is slight brown in color.
        12. Repeat the procedure & make more shakkar pale.
        13. After all the shakkar pale are ready,cool it to room temperature & store
              in a air tight container.



  • Serves: Three-Four.

  • About the recipe author:
         The author of this recipe is Shilpi. She lives in Pune. She works with an MNC 
         in Pune.
         


         Try this recipe & do tell us how you liked it. Thank you so much & keep on sending
          your wonderful recipe to us. Email: gangofthrees@gmail.com
         
    
          

          


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