Anarse is a sweet dish prepared with numerous styles and shape for many festivals like Holi, Diwali and so on. It known as Adhirasam in Southern India and in Himachal, Uttarakhand it is known as Anarsa.This is very popular in Maharashtra.
It taste super duper delicious and is easy to make as well. Try making anarsa at your home, following this simple recipe and I am sure everyone at your home will like it. Enjoy!Serve Maharashtrian Anarse Recipe during evening with a hot cup of tea or along with festive meal.
- Rice flour – 1 cup
- Jaggery / gud – 2 cup
- Poppy seeds – 5 tbsp
- Ghee for frying
- Crush the jaggery in a bowl.
- Add rice flour in a bowl and add crush jaggery into it.
- Mix well and make a smooth dough. Cover the dough for around 20 mins and keep aside.
- Take poppy seeds in a separate plate to coat the anarse.
- Heat ghee in a pan to deep fry the anarse.
- Grease the hands with some ghee and take a small size dough and roll giving it a round shape.
- Dust this ball with some poppy seeds.
- Now gently slide the anarse in medium hot ghee for deep frying and fry until golden brown.
- Drain out the anarse on kitchen paper towels to remove excess ghee.
- Serve this hot!