Peanut Chikkis


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Peanut Chikki is a traditional sweet preparation across India and is usually made by jaggery and peanuts or ground nuts blended together. A nutritious and easy to prepare peanut chikki is a favorite among children.

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Peanut Chikkis recipe - How to make Peanut Chikkis

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 17 pieces
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Ingredients
1 cup peanuts
3/4 cup jaggery (gur) (sticky type)
1 tbsp ghee
Method
  1. Roast the peanuts. Cool and remove the skin. Roughly pound.
  2. Grease a flat plate with 1 teaspoon ghee.
  3. Cook jaggery till a thick syrup is formed. To test that the syrup is ready put a drop in cold water. If it forms a firm ball the syrup is ready.
  4. Add the peanuts and the remaining ghee. Mix and immediately spread on the greased plate. Roll out to even the surface.
  5. Let it cool slightly before cutting into desired shapes.


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This recipe was contributed by preekar on 05 Jul 2016


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Peanut Chikkis
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 on 06 Jul 16 01:10 AM


How long would the peanut chikki take to get spoit (shelf life), using this preparation procedure and the given ingredients?
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Tarla Dalal    Dear Jacob, This is a member contributed recipe. But to the best of our knowledge, this chikki has a longer shelf like (upto a month if stored in an air-tight container) when made in winter season. But when made in rainy season, it may turn soggy or chewy due to excess moisture and when made in summer season, it may turn soggy or chewy due to excess heat. In both these later seasons, it should be stored in an air-tight container and consumed within a day or as soon as possible.
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06 Jul 16 04:36 PM