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Dashamir Naru and Nimki - Ritu Dutta

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Dashami evening snacks are integral part of Durga pujo. With neighbours and friends and family pouring in on a dashami evening, these yummy snacks made by my mom were favourite to kids and adults alike. I try and continue the same tradition here too.

 

Nimki

 Ingredients:

1)  All purpose flour/Maida  : 2 cups

2)  Baking powder :  ½ teaspoon

3)  Oil : 2 teaspoon for the dough and more for deep frying

4)  Salt  :  to taste

5)  Black cumin seeds/kalonji :  ½ teaspoon

 Method:

1)  Add salt, kalonji, baking powder, oil to the flour and mix together.

2)  Gradually add warm water into the flour and knead into smooth dough.

3)  Cover the dough and keep aside for some time.

4)  Divide the dough into equal portions and shape them in round balls.

5)  Roll each ball into a thick circle and cut them into diamond shaped pieces.

6)  Deep fry the squares in hot oil over a medium flame. Remove when light brown and drain on paper towel.

  

Narkel Naru

Ingredients:

1) 250 gm packet of desiccated coconut

2) 1 ½ cup fresh milk

3) 1 tin sweetened condensed milk (400gm)

4) 1 tablespoon cardamom powder

 

Method:

1) Soak desiccated coconut in 1 ½ cup of warm milk and leave it for some time.

2) Heat a non-stick pan on a low flame. Add the coconut and gently stir it for a few minutes

3) Add the condensed milk and mix well with the coconut. Make sure that the coconut mixture does not get stuck to the bottom.

4) Lower the heat and cook, stirring continuously till the mixture starts leaving the sides of the pan.

5) Add the cardamom powder, mix well and remove from fire.

6) Allow to cool and make small balls from the mixture 

 

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