The festival of Makar Sankranti is about to come. This festival is one such festival which is celebrated every year in the month of January with great enthusiasm. There is a tradition of donating sesame and jaggery on the day of this festival. The festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated on the entry of the Sun into Capricorn. In such a situation, people make many dishes made of jaggery on this day. One of these is peanut and jaggery chikki. Most people know how to make it and it is very tasty to eat. However, if you do not want to eat peanut chikki, then you can make dry fruit chikki in the same way. It doesn't require a lot of ingredients. Actually, for this, the help of only two to three ingredients is taken and it makes Chikki ready.
Ingredients - Jaggery.
Dry fruits (almonds, cashew nuts. Pistachios, poppy seeds, walnut kernels, raisins)
Recipe for dry fruits - First cut your favourite dry fruits into small pieces. Now fry them lightly in a pan and remove them on the plate. Now dry roast these dry fruits without the help of ghee or oil as only then will it improve the taste. Now add jaggery to small pieces in a pan and add water and ghee and pour it on the gas. In the meantime, keep in mind that if the heat of the gas is slow, the jaggery will burn. Now when the jaggery melts well, bubbles will start rising from it. Now cook this jaggery for four to five minutes. In the meantime, make sure that the heat of the gas is continuously slow and now take a little water in a vessel and drop a drop of jaggery in it. In the meantime, if the jaggery becomes like a solid ball, turn off the gas. Now add all the chopped dry fruits to this jaggery and mix well and add cardamom powder together. Then add ghee to a plate and add all the jaggery and dry fruits and turn them over the plate. When it cools down, cut it with a knife and grind it into small pieces.