Kakuri is extremely popular Pukhtoon tea time snack.I remember when I was kid my mother used to make dozens of them and I absolutely loved them.Years later, when I learned how to cook, my mother taught me how to make them and I am so good at making them. I remember whenever our relatives came from abroad they make sure that they took dozens of kakuris with them.The best thing about the recipe is that is so simple and yet so amazing. I am sure you’ll love the recipe.
- Wheat as required
- Jaggery as required
- Water as required
- Mixed nuts as required
- Sesame seeds to sprinkle
- Egg 1 for brushing
- In a bowl take wheat as required and make sure it has been sift properly
- Take a pan add jaggery and water to it and heat so the jaggery melts.
- Make sure that you don’t add too much of water.
- Once this mixture is cooled add it slowly to wheat until a dough is formed.
- Once a smooth dough is formed roll it out and with a help of cookie cutter cut any shape you want.
- On a greased baking tray place all the kakuris.
- On top give them an egg wash and garnish them with dry fruits and sesame seeds.
- You can add dry fruits in the dough too.
- Bake at 180 degree Celcius until golden brown.
Add as much of jaggery as you wants,depending on how sweet you want the Kakuris to be