Shankarpali Recipe | How to Make Shankarpali

Shankarpali

Shankarpali


 

Shankarpali is crispy fried fritters made especially during Diwali in India. This recipe though originated in Maharashtra, is enjoyed by people all over the country as a Diwali Special Recipe. Made with Maida and sugar, this Shankarpali recipe is a mildly sweet crispy delicacy enjoyed by one and all. One of the easiest recipe on the Diwali special list, this Shankarpali can be made within minutes and needs no expertise. For similar recipes, check these recipes: Matar Karanji, Bhakarwadi, Potato Sev.So let’s get started with this Shankarpali Recipe;

 

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 35 Minutes

Total Time: 45 Minutes


 

Ingredients:

 

1) 1/4 cup water

2) 1/4 cup sugar

3) 3 tbsp. ghee

4)  ½ tsp cardamom powder

5) 2 and ½ cup Maida

6) Oil for deep frying

7) Pinch of salt

 


Method:

 

In a bowl, mix ghee, water and sugar together.

 

Stir it till the sugar gets dissolved.

 

Once the sugar has dissolved, add Maida, cardamom powder and salt and knead into soft dough. Cover it with a soft cloth and keep aside for 15-20 minutes.

 

Now divide dough into equal balls. Using rolling pin roll the dough. It should be thick.

 

Using a knife, cut it into diamond shape.

 

Heat oil in a kadai and deep fry all diamond shape cut outs of the dough.

 

Once it turns golden brown, remove from oil and keep aside on a tissue paper.

 

Let the tissue paper absorb the extra oil from it.

 

Once they cool down, store them in an airtight container.

 

How to make Shankarpali Step by Step with images:

 

1) In a bowl, mix ghee, water and sugar together.

 

shankarpali

 

2) Stir it till the sugar gets dissolved.

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

3) Once the sugar has dissolved, add Maida, cardamom powder and salt and knead into soft dough. Cover it with a soft cloth and keep aside for 15-20 minutes.

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

4) Now divide dough into equal balls. Using rolling pin roll the dough. It should be thick. Using a knife, cut it into diamond shape.

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

5) Heat oil in a kadai and deep fry all diamond shape cut outs of the dough.

 

shankarpali

shankarpali

 

6) Once it turns golden brown, remove from oil and keep aside on a tissue paper. Let the tissue paper absorb the extra oil from it. Once they cool down, store them in an airtight container.

 

Shankarpali

Shankarpali

 




  1. Very easy to make, as per your given proportion. Anyway thanks.

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