Gulgule [sweet Dumplingsmade Of Wheat Flour]

This is one of the most famous North Indian snack served during any ritualistic occasions at home . One such occasion is when a newly wed bride enters the kitchen for the first time she makes this & serve to all family members.These are also offered to god during birthdays & several other pujas.But this does not mean that it is made only occasionally it is made as and when one wants & is served with tea. So this also makes a great tea time snack . Enjoy it the way i do...

photo of gulgule[sweet dumplingsmade of wheat flour]
Wheat Flour 1cup
Miilk 1cup
Powdered Sugar approx 1/2 cup[as per taste]
Cardamom Powder 1/2 tsp
Grated Coconut 2 tbsp
Raisins[kishmish] 10-12
Chironji 1tsp
Vegetable oil/Ghee for deep frying
Kevra Essence A Few Drops
In a bowl take milk & wheat flour. Blend well with the help f a hand blender until the mix is very light. It should be of pouring consistency . If u want you can run this in your regular blender as well but lot of mix stick to its blade. Alternatively you can use your hands & mix it thoroughly
Keep this batter aside for 15 min. Now add powdered sugar, cardamom powder, grated coconut, raisins , chirongi & kevra essence to this batter.Mix well.
Heat vegetable oil/ghee in a wok. Once the oil is very hot carefully drop small portions of batter into it with the help of a spoon. Gulgulas don't have a specific shape. once you pour the batter it immediately swells up. Fry till golden brown.
Serve hot with tea.
When pouring the batter in oil make sure oil is very hot else the batter will scatter all around.
This can be stored in refrigerator for 2-3 days.You can reheat it in microwave for 30s
The given quantity of ingredients will make 12-15 balls. You can use more chopped dry fruits of your choice