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Madatha Kaja


Author asini85 Servings 0 persons
Published August 14, 2007 Cooking Time (mins)
Main Ingredient perpose flour Preparation Time mins

Description
Madatha kaja is a traditional Andhra sweet dish, made with maida and jaggery.

Ingredients of Madatha Kaja

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
all Perpose Flour.(Get in any American store).  1 Cup
suger  1 1/2 Cup
water  1 Cup


Directions
1.Take a cup of All purpose flour.
2.mix it with ghee and water and make a dough.
3.Cover it and keep it a side for 15-20 min.
4.now make small balls out of the dough.
5.Make each ball like thin chepathis.
6.Now place 3 chepathis one on the other with in between basen and roll them.(As we roll a mat)
7.Cut the roll in to 5 to 6 peices.
8.now press the roll again with appadala karra.
9.Fry them untill they turn golden colour.
10.Prepare suger pakam ,should be like gulabjamun pakam
11.put the fried kaja in to the pakam directly.
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Madatha Kaja
Restaurant Style Madatha Kaja
Author : asini85
Main Ingredient : perpose flour
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : August 14, 2007
Ingredients used in Madatha Kaja
→ all Perpose Flour.(Get in any American store). 1 Cup.
→ suger 1 1/2 Cup.
→ water 1 Cup.
How to make the recipe:
1.Take a cup of All purpose flour.
2.mix it with ghee and water and make a dough.
3.Cover it and keep it a side for 15-20 min.
4.now make small balls out of the dough.
5.Make each ball like thin chepathis.
6.Now place 3 chepathis one on the other with in between basen and roll them.(As we roll a mat)
7.Cut the roll in to 5 to 6 peices.
8.now press the roll again with appadala karra.
9.Fry them untill they turn golden colour.
10.Prepare suger pakam ,should be like gulabjamun pakam
11.put the fried kaja in to the pakam directly.

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