Anarsa or Anarse | How to make Anarsa or Anarse

By Bibha Sinha  |  11th Mar 2017  |  
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About Anarsa or Anarse Recipe

Anarse is common in Bihar and Maharashtra. It is a festive snack and can be prepared easily. It is made in haritalika teej in Bihar. It is a very simple and easy to make snack

Anarsa or Anarse , a deliciously finger licking recipe to treat your family and friends. This recipe of Anarsa or Anarse by Bibha Sinha will definitely help you in its preparation. The Anarsa or Anarse can be prepared within 2880 minutes. The time taken for cooking Anarsa or Anarse is 10 minutes. With such flavoursome ingredients, the dish tastes superb! This recipe is appropriate to serve 5 people. The recipe details out how to make Anarsa or Anarse step by step. The detailed explanation makes Anarsa or Anarse so simple and easy that even beginners can try it out. The recipe for Anarsa or Anarse can be tweaked in a lot of ways to make it more interesting. So, the next time you have a party at home do not forget to check out the recipe of Anarsa or Anarse from BetterButter.

Anarsa or Anarse

Ingredients to make Anarsa or Anarse

  • rice 200 grams
  • sugar 75g
  • White til 100g
  • Refined oil for frying
  • ghee 1-2 spoons
  • Milk 1-2 spoon

How to make Anarsa or Anarse

  1. Making anarsa requires fresh home made rice flour.
  2. To make rice flour wash the rice nicely
  3. Soak it for 24 hours
  4. After 24 hours drain the soaked rice
  5. Spread the drained rice nicely on towel and dry it under the fan for 10 to 15 mins
  6. Now grind it to make the flour
  7. Grind it into fine flour
  8. Take out in another bowl
  9. Mix the sugar in it
  10. Mix the sugar and flour nicely and let it rest for 24 hrs or more
  11. After 24 hrs our dough is ready
  12. Grease your hands and make small balls
  13. Lightly flatten it with your palm
  14. Roll it in til
  15. Make similar balls with all the dough
  16. Fry them on moderately hot oil
  17. They will puff and slowly turn them another side
  18. Fry them until golden brown
  19. Take out them on absorbent paper
  20. Our anarsa or anarse are ready

My Tip:

Always make fresh rice flour. If the dough is crumbly after 24 hrs, then mix 1-2 spoons of milk . oil must be on medium heat.

Reviews for Anarsa or Anarse (2)

Mashoo Dubeya year ago

What is the next step after the 10th? Do we need to add water to make a dough?
Bibha Sinha
a year ago
in 10 th step we mix rice flour and sugar .and cover it with a plate and rest it for 24 hrs . after that 24 hrs the dough is ready ,to make anarse.

shanti chawla2 years ago

love them!

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