What are we cooking today? Kulkuls and also giving you out the authentic Kulkuls Recipe
What are Kulkuls? Kulkuls are traditional a Goan-Mangalorean Christmas savory recipes that are prepared with coconut milk, eggs, flour and salt.
Pronounced as Cul-Cul, like you’d pronounce Cul in Culinary, Kulkul sweets are actually production food that is prepared in large quantities for visitors during Christmas. Well, since we do not have obligatory visitors on Christmas but real friends who love to come over for a visit and binge on our easy Christmas Recipes, we will recreate this by showing you how to make Kulkuls with a little butter, a pinch of baking powder and bake and a hint of cinnamon. Take a look.
- Milk of 1 coconut
- 2 eggs
- 3 cups flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 ½ tsp of baking powder
- 2 tbsp of butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 3 cups water
- 1 tsp cinnamon powder
- In a hand blender, mix all the wet ingredients.
- Now sift baking powder and salt with flour and keep adding the shifted dry ingredients to the wet one in the blender.
- Blitz it to a soft dough and cover keep for about an hour.
- Roll out your dough into thin strips, form into kulkuls but rolling small squares behind a fork and deep fry.
The Slurrpy twist on Kulkuls –
Boil sugar and water. Add cinnamon. Add the fried Kulkuls in the sugar syrup and strain it after about a minute.