Baked Karanji For Diwali

Baked Dryfruit Karanji in Marathi Yield: 30 to 35 Small Karanji Time: 50 Minutes (If Filling is rea...

Baked Dryfruit Karanji in Marathi

Yield: 30 to 35 Small Karanji
Time: 50 Minutes (If Filling is ready)

Bake karanji, bake kelelya karanjya, dry fruit karanji, gujia, gujiya, Diwali maharashtrian karanji, diwali faral

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Ingredients:
2 cups All purpose flour
3 tbsp Ghee, melted
pinch of salt
Dry fruit Karanji Filling

Milk, enough to knead the dough

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Method:
1) Mix 2 cups of all purpose flour, salt and 3 tbsp Ghee. Rub the ghee evenly. Add milk and make medium consistency dough. Cover and rest it for 15 minutes.
2) Divide the dough into 25 to 30 small balls (each ball approx 1 inch diameter).
3) Roll 1 ball into round shape. Put 1 tbsp filling in the center. Apply some water on the edge of half circle area. Cover the filling by folding other half area. Join the edges and seal. Again seal and make design by Fork. Leave 1/2 cm of design area and cut the remaining dough by cutter. Add the cut dough stripe into the dough.
4) Prepare all the karanjis, Apply some ghee all over the karanji. Place over baking pan lined with aluminum foil.
5) Preheat oven over 275 F. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes.
Do not make them too much brown. It will burn the filling.

Tips:
1) It is not completely diet recipe as we have added some ghee while kneading the dough. Without ghee Karanji will become very dry and might get burned while baking.

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  1. Hi vaidehi!
    Looks nice,I want to try for this diwali but tell me what will be baking time for fan assisted oven and its shelf life.

    thanks
    leena

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  2. Excellent vaidehi,Thanks for posting it before Diwali.I'll try it for the upcoming festival.Happy diwali wishes to you.

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  4. Love the food! You’re an amazing cook. This menu is fantastic:) It sure will help everyone who’s looking for a perfect menu like this. Thank you for sharing this blog.

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  5. I tried this with exact measurements but karanji was very hard like nutshell. Did i do something wrong?

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  6. Hi,

    Karanji's cover become little hard with the above method. But it shouldn't be hard like nutshell.
    I have added less ghee as it is a diet version of baked karanji. If you want soft and pastry-like cover, then add more ghee in the dough.
    Click on the following link and follow the instructions for making cover. Make karanjis and instead of frying, bake them. - Satyachya karanjya

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