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Saturday, November 27, 2021

How To make Samosa And Spring Roll Sheets:

November 27, 2021 0
How To make Samosa And Spring Roll Sheets:

How To make Samosa And Spring Roll Sheets: 
Spring Roll Sheet Or Samosa Patti

Ingredient

Plain Flour 3 Cups

Salt 1 tsp

Water as You Required

Oil as You Required

Preparation

Knead well until you get soft dough

Cover and let it for 30 mins

After 30 mins Cut into equal portions and form balls 

Cover them again and let them rest for 10 minutes.

With a rolling pin make equal circular shapes

Roll all the lumps the same size.

Then start greasing them.

Spread generous amount of oil

and sprinkle some flour on them.

Repeat this process until you have a stack of five circles.

Using your rolling pin, re-roll the stack of circles into a thin circle. 

Make sure to flour your surface if it keeps sticking. Repeat with all your stacks. The thickness of the  circle should be 2 mm.

On a large pan, cook the thin circle stacks over medium heat for about  1 minute.

Turn it over every 15 seconds.

Cook both sides for 30 seconds, which makes 1 minute in total.

But don't cook it more than 1 minute, or You will notice bubbles appearing.

Otherwise, it will get dry.

Thus, it will be harder to separate from each other

and it will tear.

Separate the sheets.

Spring roll sheet or Samosa Patti is ready.

As you can see they are soft and they didn't rip while separating.

Use them right away or If you wanna Store them for 30-40 days - paint a layer of oil evenly and top with another circle, complete all sheets.Then wrap them  in a zip lock bag and freeze them. 

 Whenever required, Thaw them at room temperature before using.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Easy Knitting Design For Gents Sweater || Baby Sweater || Ladies Sweate...

November 03, 2021 0
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How to Make Orange Blossom Water at home

November 03, 2021 0
How to Make Orange Blossom Water at home

How to Make Orange Blossom Water at home

Ingredients

1000 grams petals (or more) from organic Seville Oranges

3 L distilled water

1 pot with lid

1 glass bowl

Paper or plastic tape 5 cm. wide

Ice cubes

1 mason jar or glass bottle

Preparation

First put 3 liters of water In the bottom of the kouskous pot, then transfer the flowers to the top section

 of the kouskous pot.

Put a bowl in the middle of pot and  now keep another empty pot

on the bowl to collect the orange blossom  water. 

Now cover the pot with another flat plat add some ice cubes on the plat or cover.

When boiled water starts steaming up,  you're going to take ice and put it on the top of this lid. 


As all pots allow the steam to escape I thought of sealing the lid with an old traditional way?You 

mix flour and water to make a paste which seals the vessel. 

However, I was afraid I may ruin my pot so instead I used a paper adhesive tape and sealed it twice. 

 After removing the tape I noticed that there were residues of the glue on the lid.  

I used 7 disposable ice cube bags, so make sure that you have enough ice cubes before you start

 the procedure.

When all ice cubes will finish during the procedures; turn off the flame and open your kouskous pot.

 You will find an amount of almost 2 liters of collected Orange Blossom Water in the pot inside.


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