Mithyun Tikkyun are deep fried sweet flat breads made specially for Sataein / Thadri. You can use only maida or mix wheat flour in any proportion you like. Even the shapes also vary.. some prefer round while some cut into quarters. These days using the cookie cutters you can even make a fany shape. I have made the Traditional shape which is round with the pinched edges.
Maida .... 1 cup
Wheat flour ... 1 cup
Fine semolina .. 2 tbsps
Sugar ......... 1/2 cup
Water ........ 3/4 cup
Cardamom powder .. 1/4 tsp (optional)
Sesame seeds ........ 1 tbsp
Desi ghee ............ 2 tbsps
Oil ............... for frying.
Add the sugar with luke warm water and mix it well until it melts. You can also soak it for few hours and keep mixing it a few times in between.
Now take the maida, wheat flour and semolina. Add the sesame seeds and cardamom powder.
Mix together and make a well. Add melted ghee.
Roll out a portion of it into a thick roti. You can make it round or pinch the edges as shown in the picture,
Heat oil. Lower the flame and deep fry the tikkyun until crisp and golden brown in colour flipping them carefully a couple of times to fry evenly.
These fried bites look so tempting... delicious!ReplyDelete
This is an interesting recipe... I love sweet munchies :)ReplyDelete
Such a lovely dish just right for Diwali. ThanksReplyDelete
Glad you liked my traditional Sindhi dish Archana.Delete
I have tasted this sweet Munchies long back in my friends house, still remember the taste, your recipe sounds similar, have to try for sure, thanks for sharing it.ReplyDelete
Thanks Soma.. then you must make them to see if they are same.Delete
Such a unique shape! Just in time for Diwali too! Thanks for sharing :) :)ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, these are my favourite, my mum used to make it on Satam. I must make for my children.ReplyDelete
Kids will love to see the traditional Indian recipes.Thanks Jagruti.Delete
These look like mini wheels. I am sure my kids will love this.i might try it for DiwaliReplyDelete
Thanks dear .. I am sure they will like them.Delete
These fried munchies sounds like a irresistible and perfect dish to enjoy on Diwali. I like how you have shaped them.ReplyDelete
This is a traditional recipe made for a ritual Geeta..Delete
These are something different, I remember I had in a friends house. I must try sometime.ReplyDelete
Do make them Jayashree.. they are very easy to make.Delete
Wow sweet looks absolutely delicious and unique shape . Perfect sweet for the coming festivals.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Pavani.Delete
These sweet fried treats are perfect tea time accompaniments ..lovely share di !ReplyDelete
Thank you Poonam.Delete
Such a lovely and cute shape first of all. Really these are looking so healthy and yumm !!!ReplyDelete
I want to grab all right now! what a perfect festive treat! Love itReplyDelete
Thank you so much Jolly.Delete
Delicious flatbreads that look so yummy and crunchy! will try your recipe soon, thanks for the share.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking and wanting to try them Meghna.Delete
Oh wow, this is so so delicious! Perfect snack for Diwali time. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Nisha.Delete
Delightful share!! So apt for Diwali. Will definitely try this beautiful and easy recipe. Thanks for sharing dear.ReplyDelete
Thanks Shalu.. Make and enjoy.Delete
Perfect share for the festive season! These crunchy cuties must taste amazing with a hot cup of chai!ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Priya.Delete
A perfect recipe for the festivals. Love how traditionally people were innovative in using their hands to create pretty patterns.ReplyDelete