Traditional Dussehra Sweet: Kadakani / Crispy Sweet Poori

Hello Foodies,
Happy Dasara to all of you.
         Dasara is a major Hindu festival celebrated at the end of Navratri every year. It is

observed on the tenth day in the Hindu calendar month of Ashvin. Dasara is also known as Vijayadashami, Dashahra, Dussehra or Dashain. It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian subcontinent. Today on the occasion of Dasara festival, I am sharing Maharashtrian Kadakani recipe. This is specially prepared at the time of Dasara. Along with kadkani, there are other shapes or ornaments are also offered to Goddess as a part of a tradition. You can enjoy these crispy pooris as a snack or other times too. Kadakani should not puff up like poori, they should be crispy, thin. So let's start.

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes; Cooking Time: 15 Minutes.

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Ingredients :

  1. All purpose flour / Maida 1 cup
  2. Semolina ½ Cup
  3. Powdered Sugar ¼ Cup
  4. Cardamom Powder ½ Tsp
  5. Veg.oil 1 Tbsp (ghee)
  6. Water as needed
  7. Veg.oil for frying

Instructions :

  1. In a bowl mix all purpose flour, semolina, cardamom powder.
  2. Now, add hot oil and powdered sugar and mix well.
  3. By adding water knead to make a soft dough.
  4. Apply oil and keep it aside for 15 minutes.
  5. Divide dough in equal portion and roll poori from each dough ball.
  6. Roll poori as thin as possible and using fork make holes on the rolled puri(Kadakani should not puff up like poori).
  7. Heat oil on medium heat and fry poori until it gets light golden color from both sides(Fry kadakani on low to medium heat).

Dietary Comment :

Based on a 2000 calorie diet.Per serving contains 80 calories, along with carbohydrates - 11.12 g, fats - 3.69 g, proteins - 2 g.

Good Time To Eat:
             It is good to eat Kadakani as a dessert.


Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!!!

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