Roasted dal and groundnut chikki


1 cup roasted dal/pottukadalai
1 cup roasted groundnut
1 cup sugar
2 tsp ghee

Add the ghee to sugar and heat on low flame without adding any water. Keep stirring till the sugar melts well and starts turning brown. Add the dal and groundnut and mix well.

Transfer to a greased platform and roll out immediately. Cut into pieces with the help of knife and turn the entire chikki upside down. After it cools, break to get pieces.

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Asha said...

YUM! I used to eat a LOT of these Kadale mithai in Mysore!:D

Looks prefect EC.

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

lipsmacking sweet EC! looks and sounds yummy...i too have had my share of this sweet while I was in India! :-)

theres something for u on my blog :-)

Madhavi said...

This sounds yummyy, looks goood too!!

Mary said...

Looks easy, i'm sure i will try this out.. i hope it's tasty as it looks easy :)

Mary from - Cooking Recipe Videos

Trupti said...

Wooow EC Chikki looks delicious. I love this chikki. Your chikki reminds me famous Lonawala Chikki

Sunshinemom said...

Very healthy dish - It is something we are told to have for immediate energy on treks and things! Never tried making it - When I c the things you ppl prepare it is - Arreee - Why did I not make it! You are inspiring:)

Illatharasi said...

I love pottukadalai chikki during my school days. As a combination, i guess this will be great:)


yummy chikki .. i too remember my school days

Cham said...

Reminds my childhood snack, i love with peanut a lot :) Thank 4 sharing it

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