Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Madwa Anarsa

This is another sweet made out of Madwa. A sort of a soft biscuit, it tastes good . . . 

Anarsa is a traditional sweet in North India traditionally made of jaggery, rice, poppy seeds and ghee . . .


Finger millet flour: 2 cups
Sugar: 4 teaspoons
Salt: Half teaspoon
Lukewarm water: 3 cups
Oil to fry: Half a litre


1. Mix the sugar in 3 cups of lukewarm water.

2. Mix the salt with the finger millet flour.

3. Make dough of a medium consistency using the water and the finger millet flour.

4. From the dough, prepare approximately 2 inch round flat discs.

5. Heat the oil and fry these portions in the oil till well cooked.

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