The smallest, yummiest and the most easiest Christmas sweet 🙂 the every own Kulkuls or Korbolam as known. The most customary sweet made during the Christmas season and distributed to guests during their visits to family and friends. The small yet sweet and crunchy kulkul always has the first preference to be picked, while serving Christmas sweets to guests.
No one could deny, on how much fun and happiness it brings while the process of getting the Christmas sweets ready, begin. Especially when all the family members and neighbors come under one roof to give a helping hand. Certainly, making Christmas the best time of the year.
Milk of 1/2 coconut
Salt as per taste
Sugar as per sweetness
1/2 kg flour
250 gms semolina
1 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 tbsp butter/ghee
- Knead the flour and eggs, coconut milk and salt into a ball of dough. Cover with a damp cloth and leave for some time.
- Then roll out the dough and cut into strips and then into small squares. Form into kulkuls by rolling the squares into curls or twisting the ends to form shapes.
- Alternatively, one can use the back of the fork to form shapes of twirl curls too.
- Deep fry the kulkuls and keep aside.
- Sprinkle powdered sugar onto the kulkuls and shake well until coated.
- When cooled, store in an airtight container and enjoy the sweet kulkuls.
Until, I sit and start devouring a handful of crunchy Kulkuls 🎅 Merry Christmas to all !!!