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Introduction:

With Diwali round the corner I am sure everybody must be busy looking for Diwali savories / faral. So here's the start with this crispy, crunch and yet very soft like nan-katai delicacy. No need to wait for Diwali time can prepare at any time of the year.Its a good tea time snack and has good shelf life, can gobble up on it at any time of the day :)

Preparation time : 15 mts
Cooking time : 30 mts
Serves : 2 people

Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup Ghee or butter
  • 1/4 cup Sugar
  • 1/4 milk
  • 1 1/2 cup All purpose flour
  • Oil for frying
  • pinch of Salt
  • 1 tsp Sooji
Shankarpali

Method

  • Take milk and ghee in to microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute.
  • Add sugar to the above mixture and stir well.
  • After this mixture cools down start adding all purpose flour and start kneading the dough to make very soft but little bit stiff dough.
  • Now cover and keep the dough for 30 mts.
  • Make small balls from the dough and roll like thick paratha.
  • Reomve the edges by using knife or pizza cutter.
  • Now cut in to desired shape and deep fry till it gets light brown color.
  • Store in air tight container or zip lock bag once it cools down.
     

Tips:

  • Proportion for maida is not exact you may or may not need to add some extra flour.
  • Roll shankarpali little bit thicker for delicious bites.



Shankarpali

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No Image Neera :     29 October 2016
Loved the recipe...so simple and easy to make...perfect sweetness...
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No Image Hema :     23 October 2016
I had tried this recipe for the first time last diwali.....they turned awesome.....thanx madhura.....iam gonna make this year too...happy diwali...
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No Image Poonam :     5 November 2015
Hi Madhura, I tried this Shankarpali reciepe as per the measures and steps given and i must tell you It turned out fabolous, like we always want the Shankarpali to be , Ekdum Khuskusit ani mast.. Thank you so much for sharing this reciepe, I follow many of your reciepe and they really turn out awsome, My husband didnt like to eat Bhindi but i tried your bhindi fry recipe and he loved it , I give it many a times in his tiffin and he just loves it. Thank you, Hats off to you
No Image Madhura :     5 November 2015
Thank you so much for the feedback. Stay tuned for more.. Happy cooking..
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No Image Simran Galvankar :     19 March 2015
Hi Madhura, I have tried your shankarpali recipe and it turned out simply perfect as I wanted. I have tried making shankarpali many times but it was always a disappointment. But your proportion of ingredients and the whole recipe in general is too good. Thank you so much. I also like the way you explain a recipe, you do not use any fake accent, just speak normal English and use simple words. This makes the listener very comfortable. Thank you n keep it up.
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No Image sayali hede :     19 October 2014
Hi Madhura,thank u for sharing ur recipies through this website. I have tried ur shpankarpali recipe thrice and my husband n in laws liked the rastr. I tried ur shev recipie as well. V?ry easy n convenient recipies. Will try kolambi bhat recipie on bhaubeej. I m sure it will turn out awesome. Thank u.
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No Image Shalini :     16 October 2014
hi madhura.. i m trying this as my second recipe from your blog... i have to say this, i were like addict to this shakarapalli during my childhood days.. but not aware of the name and perfect recipe... i m glad, that i found it in your blog at last. About your recipe's its just mind blowing... perfect measurements, perfect taste... particularly no wastage. Bravo Bravo Bravo.. simply superb.Keep up the rocking job. Especially your videos are the main backbone for the cooks like me smile Hats off.
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No Image Mamta Tare :     14 October 2014
Hi Madhura, I was making shankarpali as per your above video. I followed all the steps correctly. But at the end my dough was not bind properly. I was continuously knedaing the dough but it wasn't. It was in pieces.???????? Plz tell me the reason and tell me how I can make that dough perfect. Thanks in advance. Happy Diwali!! Regards, Mamta
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No Image gayathri rajesh :     25 August 2014
hi, loved your recipes, especially ragi ladoo
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No Image pallavi jarande :     12 August 2014
Hi Madhuratumchya recepies karayala far easy aahet , thanks for teaching us ,
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No Image aparajita :     21 May 2014
hi, love ur recipe . have made this b4 and my family loves it grin but today it became hard....dont know why ? rolleyes can u help me? thx
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No Image kavita :     8 May 2014
Hi Madhura, can we make shankarpali without maida? if yes, pl tell me the procedure.
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No Image Tanmayi :     16 December 2013
while doing shakarpali the ghee quantity has become threefold. the dough has become very soft and the they come into pieces while frying. Help please.. Can we do something with the dough?
No Image Mamta Tare :     14 October 2014
Hi Tanmayi, happy Diwali!! What you did Tanmayi with that dough?? Plz share with me my condition is as like you. If you got any response from Madhura plz share with me.
No Image Mamta Tare :     14 October 2014
Hi Tanmayi, happy Diwali!! What you did Tanmayi with that dough?? Plz share with me my condition is as like you. If you got any response from Madhura plz share with me.
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No Image Sara Solomon :     22 November 2013
I always wanted to chakli and rawa ladoos but didn't succeed,but today I can do it and THANKS ALOT.
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No Image sandhya :     17 November 2013
When do i add the sooji? How did other commenters make your recipe without knowing at what step to add sooji Madhura? I am flummoxed . Please reply what to do with sooji.Thanks.
No Image Nimmi :     20 November 2013
Sandhya, sooji to be added along with flour and a pinch of salt. pls watch the video. Thanks
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No Image nimmi :     6 November 2013
Hi Madhura, First of all a belated happy Diwali. tried your wheat chakli, shankar pali, rawa/coconut laddoo and also karanjis. thank you so much Madhura. everything came out really well and especially the karanjis were super delicious Thanks once again
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No Image kanchan :     29 October 2013
Hi, Madhura, tried ur shankarpali both sweet and khara.....it is tooo goood.....ekdam khuskhushit.....thanks for making our diwali delicious....
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No Image Shilpa :     22 October 2013
Hi Madhura, You recipes give me a good confidence to try.. Thanks for your easy ways... Can you let me know if the measurement of ghee to be used should be melted or bit frozen (as normal ghee in winter season). Thanks again
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No Image Izabela :     22 October 2013
I absolutely love this recipe!!! This is the best snack ever. I always make more to keep for longer but they are all gone in a day!smile
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No Image Pallavi Patil :     6 July 2013
hi Madhura, Can you please give a recipe for the left over syrup of gulabjam.Can we use this syrup to prepare any other sweetdish instead of throwing it.... Thanx Pallavi
No Image Arti :     8 October 2014
You can make sudharas also with leftover syrup if you like sweet
No Image Arti :     8 October 2014
You can make sudharas also with leftover syrup if you like sweet
No Image Madhura :     7 July 2013
Yes, you can make Halwa or Sheera out of it. Thanks for asking.
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