Thursday, April 14, 2016

Mini Jangiri – Diwali special 2014 #IniyaTamilPuthandu

   Happy Tamil Newyear  Iniya Tamil Puthandu .............
   These jangiris I made for 2014 diwali , couldn't post at that time. As this is the new year , I want to start the year with sweet........

    This mini jangiri will be suitable for kids , as they love to eat these cuties. Check my other  jalebi and jangiri recipes.
 Diwali the festival of lights will be celebrated with home made sweets in our family. We won’t buy sweets. Homemade sweets are good for our health.
 Jangiri / jalebi as we call in Tamil nadu is a important sweet for diwali.
   I planned to make mini jangiri for 2014 diwali as it was akshara’s first diwali 2014…….
 For the cute angel cute  jangiris……….

Requirements :
Whole Urad dhal – 2 cup
Raw Rice / Pacharisi – 2 tbs
Orange food color – a pinch
Oil for frying
Sugar syrup :
Sugar – 4 cup
Water – 3 cup
Orange food color – a pinch
Rose essence – few drops
Cardamon Powder – ½ tsp

Method :
Soak urad dhal and rice for 30 minutes.
Drain and grind with little water to a smooth batter.
Make sugar syrup by combining sugar and water.
Bring to boil and keep stirring till sugar mixes well.
When the syrup reaches one string consistency , add the cardamon powder , food color and rose essence.
Keep the flame in low flame , let the syrup simmer.
Heat oil in a pan.
Fill the piping bag with round nosil /  funnel cake maker / the thick cloth with a hole in center.
Shape mini jangiris in the pan , cook in low flame.
When cooked , add to the sugar syrup and soak for 2 – 3 minutes .
Take out and arrange in plate.

Sprinkle the almond flakes on top.
Mini jangiris are ready to serve.

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