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Shengadana chikki is a very basic sweet candy. It tastes just awesome. These are crisp brittles made from roasted peanuts and sugar. Do try this healthy recipe and drop a comment for me. Do not forget to like, share and subscribe.


  • 1 cup Roasted peanuts
  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Cardamom powder
  • 1/4 tsp Nut meg powder
Shengadana Chikki - Marathi Recipe


  • Peel the peanuts and break these into two pieces.
  • Heap up a pan on medium heat. Try to use a broad pan.
  • Add sugar and spread it all over the pan.
  • Do not touch the sugar at all until it begins to melt a little.
  • After about 5 minutes the sugar will begin to melt.
  • Lower down the heat and mix it a little.
  • Cook the sugar syrup until it gets light orange color.
  • Do not overcook it until it turns blackish.
  • Stir sugar continuously until all sugar is dissolved. No crystals of sugar should be left behind.
  • After about 5 minutes of stirring and cooking when all the sugar is dissolved the syrup is almost ready.
  • If you find it difficult to follow this procedure then you can add just a tsp water in it.
  • Add cardamom powder and nut meg powder.
  • Mix well quickly and add roasted peanuts.
  • Mix well so that the peanuts get nice coating of caramel. Turn off the gas.
  • Grease a dish and rolling pin well with ghee.
  • Pour out the chikki mixture into the dish and roll it with rolling pin.
  • You can roll it as thick as you want.
  • Take garlic press to spread the mixture evenly and properly.
  • When the mixture is a little hot, cut it into pieces with the help of knife.
  • If the mixture cools down it will be very difficult to cut chikki into pieces.
  • If you find it difficult to cut chikki then heat up the dish a little and cut the chikki.
  • It will be easier when the dish is hot.
  • Let the chikki cool down for about 5 more minutes.
  • As the dish cools down it will stick more to the dish.
  • Take the chikki out from the dish.
  • Cut again at the places where you have already cut the chikki and take out the pieces.
  • Again if you can’t take chikki out then heat up the dish and take chikki pieces out.
  • As the dish cools down it will stick more to the dish.
  • Shengadana chikki is already.

Shengadana Chikki - Marathi Recipe

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