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Written by Shruti Shree

Anarsa is a sweet snack associated with the festival of Diwali in Maharashtra and Bihar.

Here is an easy recipe of Anarsa from Mukti’s Kitchen, a home cook and food blogger. Hope you will find recipe easy and interesting.

Prep Time : 3 days
Cooking Time : 25 mins
Serve : 4


Basmati rice  –  one and half cup
Sugar   –  1/2 cup
Clarified butter  –  2 tbsp
Milk  –  2 tbsp
Sesame seeds  –  2 tbsp
Oil/ghee  –  for frying


Wash and soak the rice for three days.
After 12 hours change the water to mitigate fermentation.
Rinse the soaked rice and allow to dry in a kitchen towel for two to three hours.
Grind to a coarse powder.
Also grind the sugar to make a powder.
Take a bowl add rice powder,sugar powder and two spoon clarified butter and mix well.
To make a dough add two spoon milk to it.
Allow to rest for nine to ten hours.
Divide the dough into lemon size balls.
Coat each ball with sesame seeds.
Give a deep fry in medium heated oil/ghee until it becomes brown and crispy.





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Shruti Shree