Sesame seeds shakarpare is prepared with sesame seeds, wheat flour, powdered sugar, milk and ghee. These deep fried sweet tastes super delicious. You can prepare these shakarpare and store it in an air-tight container. They keep good for about a month.
Serve these sweet sesame seeds shakarpare to your family after any meal or have them anytime of the day. Everyone will love it for sure! Prepare these shakarpare for any special occasion or festivals or make them whenever you crave for having something sweet. So, try out making sesame seeds shakarpare with these easy to follow step-by-step instructions and Enjoy!
Take refined flour in a big mixing bowl and add ghee, sesame seeds and tagar into it. Mix all the ingredients really well.
Now add milk in small portions and knead a stiff dough as required for making pooris. Add water if required. Then cover the dough and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes to set.
After 15 minutes, rub the dough. Now divide the dough into 3 parts. Take a dough ball and roll it into ¼ cm thick circle. Cut into 0.45 x 0.45 sized chunks or cut them into your desired size and shape such as square, rectangular, diamond or any other. Place them on a plate.
Place a wok on flame and pour enough ghee into it to deep fry the shakarpare. Ghee should not be very hot. Drop the shakarpare into the hot ghee. Place as many shakarpare as possible into the wok. Keep the flame on medium.
Once the shakarpare starts floating on ghee, flip their sides. Keep flipping them and fry them till they turn golden brown in colour from all the sides.
When the shakarpare are fried aptly, lift them with the slotted ladle and hold it against the wok so that the excess ghee drains back into the wok. Transfer them on a plate. Similarly, roll, cut and fry the rest of the shakarpare until the dough is completely utilized. Sesame seeds shakarpare are ready.
Serve these crusty sesame seeds shakarpare as a dessert after any meal or have them whenever you crave for something sweet. Once they cools down completely, store them in an air-tight container and relish eating for a month.
- If the shakarpare are splattering while frying them, that means you must have added too much sugar or ghee. To correct this, add some refined flour and water into the dough. This way everything will be balanced.
- Here we have added sesame seeds to make shakarpare. You can also add poppy seeds to make khus khus shakarpare.
- Refined flour – 3 cups
- Powdered sugar/tagar - ½ cup
- Sesame seeds – 2 tbsp
- Milk - ½ cup
- Ghee - ¼ cup (50-60 grams)
- Take refined flour in a big mixing bowl and add ghee, sesame seeds and tagar into it. Mix all the ingredients really well. Add milk in small portions and knead a stiff dough.
- After 15 minutes, rub the dough. Take a dough ball and roll it into ¼ cm thick circle. Cut .45x.45 sized shakarpara.
- Heat enough ghee in a wok. Drop the shakarpare into the hot ghee. Fry them till they turn golden brown in colour from all the sides. Transfer them on a plate. Sesame seeds shakarpare are ready.
- Serve these crusty sesame seeds shakarpare as a dessert after any meal or have them whenever you crave for something sweet. Enjoy!