In winter, many people like to eat peanut chikki because it is as delicious as it is healthy.
The best thing is that it is very easy to make at home and to make it you will need a cup of roasted and peeled peanuts, a cup of jaggery and two tablespoons of ghee.
Keep it just once and then eat it when you feel like it.
First make jaggery syrup
First of all, place a pan on low heat and add a spoon of ghee and jaggery to it and melt them while stirring continuously.
When the jaggery starts to look puffy, then take a little water in a bowl and put the jaggery in it and let it cool down.
In the end, look at the jaggery and if the jaggery is not pulled, then understand that the jaggery syrup is ready.
Mix sugar syrup and peanuts in this way
Now put the peanuts in the jaggery syrup on low heat and mix them well.
To make the mixture smooth, add a spoon and a spoon of ghee and spread the mixture thinly with a spoon by pouring the mixture on the plate.
After this, lubricate the cylinder with ghee and roll the chikki out of it. Now allow the chikki to cool slightly.
Give final shape to peanut chikki
When you feel that the chikki has cooled down a bit, mark it as per your choice with a knife. After this, when the chikki gets completely cold, separate all the pieces separately.
Your peanut crispy and delicious chikki is ready. You can stuff it in a container and enjoy it whenever you want.
Keep these things in mind
1) While frying peanuts use the pan and fry them for 8-10 minutes while stirring them with a spoon on low flame.
2) While melting the jaggery, stir continuously with the help of a spoon.
3) Keep checking the jaggery because if the jaggery is less cooked then the chikki will become sticky, while the chikki will become bitter when cooked too much. So keep this in mind while making jaggery syrup.