Traditional Anaarse | How to make Traditional Anaarse

By Preeti Deo  |  6th Nov 2016  |  
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  • Traditional Anaarse, How to make Traditional Anaarse
Traditional Anaarseby Preeti Deo
  • Prep Time

    2

    Hours
  • Cook Time

    20

    mins
  • Serves

    6

    People

12

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About Traditional Anaarse Recipe

The traditional recipe involves fermentation of jaggery with washed dried and ground rice. The resultant dough is then rolled into small balls, flattened, topped with poppy seeds and then deep fried. I have included the preparation time of 5 minutes each day to drain and change the water for the rice and the rest to redrain, dry and grind. The dough is used after fermentation of a week.

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Traditional Anaarse

Ingredients to make Traditional Anaarse

  • For this recipe, I used 1 pela (traditional glass) of Ambe mohar rice
  • 1 pela of grated jaggery
  • poppy seeds to top
  • ghee to fry

How to make Traditional Anaarse

  1. Soak the rice for 3 days and change the water everyday. On the 4th day drain away all the water.
  2. Spread the rice on a kitchen towel. Let this stay in the shed for a couple of hours. Then grind this rice in a mixer into a fine flour. Sieve it well to get a finer flour.
  3. To this mixture, add equal quantity of jaggery and rub it in slowly to make soft dough. Place this dough in an air tight container. (Ideally it should be set aside for a week. 4 days of wait should give you good results.)
  4. In a pan heat ghee/oil to fry. Grease your palm. The resultant dough is then rolled into small balls, flattened and topped with poppy seeds which is then deep fried.
  5. Drain it on the flattenned rice (pohe). (Now this is a tip apt for Diwali preps.) These pohe can be used for making chivda, the oil drained can also be used for the chivda.

My Tip:

You may need to add in a spoon of milk in case it doesn't incorporate the jaggery and rice flour well. But that is the last resort.

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Shalini Dubey2 years ago

love your presentation!
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