Love Chikki In Winter? Try This Dry Fruit Chikki For A Change (Recipe Inside)


The winter season wants to hide in our blankets, cancel all social appointments and just watch TV while eating snacks. At this time of year almost every Indian family is bound to Chikki or Gajak. This dry snack is perfect for stacking on our bedside table and can be moved away at any time during a meal. Chikki has been around forever, but we look forward to biting into the end of each year, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, through the lollipops, until we can get our hands on it.

Many people love to create this joy in their own kitchen. By doing this you can explore and create different varieties of chickpeas, not just ordinary peanut or fennel chickpeas. Here we have a recipe for dried fruit chickpeas that satisfies every palate and every craving for a warm, filling, crispy breakfast in winter. With plenty of energy-producing dried fruit, this chickpea is perfect for keeping warm in winter. The omega 3 fatty acids in nuts are excellent for brain health and general health.

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Dry Fruit Chikki Recipe: How to make Dry Fruit Chikki

Cashews, peanuts, almonds and walnuts – all these wonderful dried fruits combine to make this delicious snack. To add goodness to it, honey is used to add sweetness to it. Honey is a healthy sugar substitute that offers its own health-beneficial properties. But that’s not all – the chickpeas also have some freshness and lemon peel added to the squid.

Here is the complete recipe for dried fruit chickpeas this winter.

The best part about this recipe is that it is very easy to make. First heat all the dried fruits and fennel together. Keep them separate. Mix sugar and honey with water and boil everything till syrup is made. Add the dried fruit and fennel again, and let the mixture cool and make a crispy chickpea.

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Try this amazing winter-special dried fruit chickpea recipe and let us know how you and your family like it.

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