Kajjikayalu | Kajji Kayalu | ఇంత రుచికరమైన కజ్జికాయలు మీరెప్పుడైన తిన్నారా? | Gujiya / Karanji Recipe
Hello and welcome back to Naanji Creations – Tempting Bowls, Today we are showing you how to prepare Kajjikayalu Recipe. It is famous in South India, especially in Telugu States. Follow our steps in preparing the famous traditional recipe – Kajji Kayalu Recipe in Telugu.
These KajjiKayalu recipe is famous in South India, and it is a traditional recipe in South India. This recipe will be prepared compulsory on Sankranthi Festival / Pongal Festival Season. Kids and all age group people like to eat as a evening snack and it is health recipe to all age group because in this we have used dry fruits like Cashew Nuts, Almonds, Poppy seeds and Dry Coconut Powder.
There is a small key tips and tricks to get the perfect and proper Kajjikayalu recipe is in this preparing this Kajji Kayalu Recipe we have shown three types of preparation. Just follow the below detailed instructions and learn how to prepare Kajjikayalu Recipe.
The main ingredients in making this Kajjikayalu Recipe is Dry Fruits, Dry Coconut Powder and Sugar.
In adition to this Kajjikayalu Recipe we have also prepared 9 types of rice recipes / prasadams / naivedyams offerings to Goddess Durga Devi on dasara navratri celebrations. Some of them are:
- Pakam Chalimidi
- Katte Pongali | Khara Pongal | Ven Pongal
- Daddojanam | Curd Rice
- Coconut Rice | Cobbarannam
- Shakhannam | Vegetable Pulao
- Kadambam | Sambar Rice
- Prasadam Pulihora | Puliogare
- Chakkera Pongali | Sweet Pongal
- Rice Kheer | Paramannam
Our popular festival recipes are:
Kajjikayalu Recipe Card
Prep Time: 30 min
Servings: 6 People
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Author: Tempting Bowls
Total Time: 45 Min
State: Andhra Pradesh
- Maida (plain flour) – 2 cups
- Salt – 1/4th tbsp
- Hot ghee or oil – 4 tbsp
- Poppy seeds – 1/2 cup
- Dry coconut powder – 1/2 cup
- Cashew – 1/2 cup, crushed
- Almonds – 1/2 cup, crushed
- Sugar – 1 cup
- Cardamom powder – 1 tbsp
- Oil – to deep fry
Step 1 Take 2 cups of maida, 1/4th tbsp of salt and 4 tbsp of hot ghee.
Step 2 Crumble and mix with hands until holds shape.
Step 3 Make a soft dough by adding water and knead it for 5 minutes.
Step 4 Rest dough for 20 minutes.
Step 5 For stuffing add 1/2 cup of poppy seeds, 1/2 cup of dry coconut powder, 1/2 cup of cashew (crushed), half cup of almonds (crushed), 1 cup of sugar and 1 tbsp of cardamom powder.
Step 6 Mix all ingredients together and keep aside.
Step 7 Take a lemon sized dough.
Step 8 Make thin layer.
Step 9 Put this layer in a kajjikayalu mold which is greased edges and add 3 tbsp of stuffing in it.
Step 10 Close the mold carefully and remove excess dough.
Step 11 Open mold carefully and cut the edges for curcle shape.
Step 12 Mold Kajjikaya is ready to fry.
Step 13 Make a thin layer and pour 3 tbsp of stuffing and apply water on edges.
Step 14 Fold this half and press and seal.
Step 15 Take this into your hand and press and fold as shows in the video or in below image and make a design.
Step 16 Now its ready to fry.
Step 17 Make thin layer and add stuffing.
Step 18 Half fold it and press and seal.
Step 19 Make design using folk as shows in the image.
Step 20 Cut as round shape.
Step 21 Deep fry in medium heated oil.
Step 22 Fry until golden and crispy.
Step 23 Kajjikayalu or gujiya is ready to serve. Enjoy 🙂
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