Celebrate the birth of Krishna, with Makhan as soft as him, khoya as rich as his smile and samosa as crisp as his talks. Make your Makhan samosas this janmashtami.
|Powdered sugar||150 Gram|
|White butter||200 Gram|
|Pistachios||20 , finely chopped|
|Almonds||20 , finely chopped|
|Cashews||15 , finely chopped|
|Water||1/4 Cup (4 tbs) ((as required))|
1.In a pan, add khoya and let it cook until soft.
2.Now add sugar to it and mix well.
3.Add this mix in a bowl along with maida and some water to form a dough.
4.Make small balls and roll them into a chapati.
5.Cut this chapati into two halves.
6.Apply maida paste(water and maida) on the corners to stick both the sides.
7.Form a cone.
8.Fill the centre of cone with white butter and dry fruits.
9.Fold it to form a samosa shape.
10.Deep fry until golden brown.
11.Serve it with dry fruits.