Suryakala,Chandrakala Sweet recipe – diwali sweets2012-11-12
- Yield: 15
- Servings: 6
- Prep Time: 1:30 h
- Cook Time: 25m
- Ready In: 25m
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Suryakala,Chandrakala Sweet recipe
Yummy traditional desserts of North India
Suryakala and Chandrakala are traditional dessert of North India. It is a kind of sweet samosa with coconut filling. Suryakala as it name implies is in shape of sun and also chandrakala in the shape of moon. I have already posted delicious 20 diwali sweet recipe collections. Hope you all will like this recipes.
How to Make Sooryakala
1/2 kg of All purpose flour
1 spn. of Cardamom powder
1/8 spn. of Salt
1/8 spn. of Baking soda
3 tbsp. of Ghee
1 cup of Grated coconut
1/2 spn of Cardamom powder
1/2 spn. of Cinnamon powder
1 tbsp. of Sugar
2 tbsp. of Crushed nuts
2 tbsp of Chopped raisins
1 cup of Sugar(for syrup)
Oil for fry
Making the Sugar syrup
Take a heavy bottom vessel.Add Sugar and water(I took 1 cups of water for 2 cup of sugar).
Keep boiling the syrup gently till you reach the consistency(thread consistency).keep aside.
Making the Dough
Mix maida, baking soda, salt and ghee and cardamom powder. Slowly add the water and knead to make a soft dough.
Mix all things for filling.
Divide the dough into equal parts and roll them to make small balls.
Roll out 2 pooris with the dough and place stuffing in one poori.
Place another poori over the stuffing and seal with water. Press as shown to make sure its completely sealed
Using your index finger fold poori(as shown in the picture)
Take one portion and roll out like a puri. Spoon little stuffing and fold it into half.Seal the edges with water.
Deep fry till golden brown.After frying soak in sugar syrup and let cool.