Salted Champakali for Diwali Faral

This is a very simple to implement Recipe for making at home Salted or Khari Champakali for the Diwali festival, a rare and unique Namkeen Snack for the annual Diwali Faral Sweets.

The Marathi language version of the Salted Champakali recipe and preparation method can be seen here – Khari Champakali

Preparation Time: 60 Minutes
Serves: 20 Numbers

 2 Cups Refined Flour (Maida)
2 Tea spoon Pepper Corn (crushed)
1 Tea spoon Aniseed (crushed)
1 Table spoon Oil (hot)
A pinch Baking Powder
1 Tea spoon salt
Oil for frying

Rare and unique salted dish for Diwali Faral
Salted Champakali

Mix the Refined Flour, crushed Pepper Corn, Aniseed, hot Oil, Salt and enough Water to prepare a thick Dough and prepare small balls from the Dough. And then roll the small balls in round Puri size shapes and then give six-seven vertical cuts (like strips) in the center of the Puri and then fold the Puri and press the sides to get the desired shape.

Heat the Oil and deep-fry the salted Champakali until color changes into light brown.

By Sujata Nerurkar

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