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TASTY PEANUT CHIKKI RECIPE

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Cook with Budgett - simply best yet tasty recipes bring out today with an all-time favorite sweet of winter called popularly as Peanut Chikki. These sweet, nutty, and crunchy peanut chikki recipe ingredients are just easy to make. They are simple and tasty to make and you only need two major key ingredients! Grab some jaggery and peanuts and make these delicious sweets in a maximum of less than 20-30 minutes.

Peanut Chikki is an Indian sweet candy made traditionally with the vital ingredients called jaggery and nuts like roasted peanuts or cashews and even coconut as well. Some of its variants are also made with roasted chana dal, puffed rice even with roasted amaranth seeds or sesame seeds, last but not least a mix of various nuts and dry fruits.

This mouth-watering candy is referred to as chikki in the Marathi version and gajak in Hindi. Chikki has a separate fan base among kids and is usually made and enjoyed during the winter season in India and the Makar Sankranti festival.


Ingredients

▢1-2 cup peanuts – 160 grams

▢Half cup jaggery powder or chopped jaggery (tightly packed) – 110 grams

▢2-3 tablespoons water

▢2-3 teaspoons oil or ghee for greasing



                                                           





Instructions to make this simply best yet tasty recipes - Winter special Peanut Chikki Recipe 

Roasting Peanuts 

  • Heat up the thick-bottomed heavy Kadai or pan. Add some of the peanuts to it.
  • Flame variation from low to medium-low heat, completely roast the peanuts by stirring often till they become completely crunchy.
  • Roast till you see some black spots over the top of peanuts and they should consist of crunch in them. Taste a few peanuts and if it feels raw, then continue to roast it up.
  • Once the peanuts have gotten roasted well, then remove them on a separate plate. Let them cool down properly.
  • Grease the back of a metal tray or opposite side of a steel plate or marble board with some oil or ghee greased.
  • When the peanuts get cool down, then rub them between your palms. The husks over the peanut peels of easily.
  • Now to get rid of the husks, you can use a winnow. Add the peanuts to the sieve and sift down. The husks will get sifted easily. Remove the husked peanuts and keep them aside.


Making Jaggery Syrup

  • In the same Kadai which we used above or pan, take the jaggery powder. Jaggery block can also be used to chop and grind. If there are impurities, then you will need to strain the jaggery syrup.
  • Add some water to the jaggery powder.
  • Heat the Kadai or pan on a low-medium flame. With a spoon, begin to stir, so that all the jaggery gets dissolved completely without any lumps.
  • Keep on stirring the mixture often and swiftly.
  • Cook the jaggery syrup on low-medium heat with frequent stirrings. 
  • While the jaggery syrup is getting ready, also keep a bowl of cold water where you can check the consistency of the syrup side-by-side.
  • Keep on cooking till the mixture reaches the hardball formation stage. 
  • Add a few drops of the syrup into the cold water. It should be firm and snap easily. 


Making Peanut Chikki


  • When the jaggery syrup reaches the hardball consistency, quickly add the peanuts into it and give a quick stir and mix it all very well.
  • Switch down the heat and quickly pour the chikki mixture on the top of a greased plate or what we say a marble board.
  • Then quickly place butter paper or parchment paper over the chikki mixture.
  • With a rolling pin roll to even out the chikki layers smoothly and firmly. Roll to a neat even layer.
  • Next, remove the paper, and then with a knife, cut horizontally and vertically to make squares. Let the peanut chikki cool at room temperature.
  • Once cooled, break them and serve peanut chikki. If not serving, then store them in an airtight jar at room temperature. Here we go with our complete winter Indian recipe called as Peanut Chikki 
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