Time 60 min
All purpose flour / Maida 1 cup
Semolina 1 tsp
Ghee 1 tbsp
Milk 1/2 cup or 2-3 tsp more
Salt to taste
Grated dry coconut 1 cup (Dry roast on tava for 3-4 min)
Powdered sugar 1/2 cup
2-3 pinch of salt
Sesame-Poppy seeds coarse powder 1 tbsp (Dry roast both for 3-4 min and then grind in Grinder)
Cardamom powder 1/4 tsp
Mix all ingredients except milk and ghee in mixing bowl. Heat ghee in kadai. Pour in the mixing bowl. Allow it to cool. Then add milk spoon by spoon and knead the dough. Dough should be little softer than chapati dough. Keep it aside for 1 hr. Then knead (beat) the dough. Again keep it for 1 hr.
Mix all ingredients. Keep it aside.
Divide dough in 3 batches. Take one ball, roll over with rolling pin and make a round shape like chapati. Follow for remaining 2 balls. Then take one chapati, apply ghee all over then sprinkle maida. Then place second chapati over the first one, repeat the procedure. Now roll to make one roll. This roll will be thicker so now using palm press to make roll of 1.5 inch size. Now using knife cut the roll of 1 inch size pedha. Using rolling pin roll to make chapati of 4-5 inch in size. Now place the stuffing at the center. Apply milk on the edges, then fold the empty sides. Use karanji cutter to remove excessive dough. Repeat the procedure for remaining pedhas. Keep karanjees on tray in preheat microwave for 10 to 12 min at 180 degree.
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