Traditional Anaarse | How to make Traditional Anaarse
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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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Ingredients to make Traditional Anaarse
- For this recipe, I used 1 pela (traditional glass) of Ambe mohar
- 1 pela of grated
- to top
- to fry
How to make Traditional Anaarse
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.