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Christmas in India means bringing out the old treasured recipes written on paper that is falling apart. This treasured recipe preparation usually  involves the whole family. Its like baking cookies with your kids here in the US. These Indian Christmas cookies are called Kulkuls.

This recipe originated in Goa. Like most Goan sweets, it contains coconut. It is tradition that this along with other Christmas cookies and cakes are distributed to friends and family.

1 lb plain flour
1 pinch salt
2 egg yolks
1 tablespoon butter (room temperature)
1 cup coconut milk (Thai coconut milk or any other)
3 tablespoons powdered sugar
Oil for frying

Sieve flour and salt and, add the butter which has been cut into pieces. Mix gently. Beat the egg yolks,  then add them to the mixture. Mix well, but gently. Add the sugar and coconut milk now and mix the dough till it is pliable and soft. 

Form 1 inch sized balls of the dough. Grease the ends of a fork and flatten out the dough with it to form a 2 inch by 1 inch rectangle with ridges. Then roll up the flattened dough from one side to the other. It should resemble a tight curl. 

Heat the oil in a deep pan on medium flame, and fry the kulkuls in it, turning them over till they are light golden brown in color. Carefully remove the fried kulkuls from the hot oil.

For Sugared Kulkuls 

Cook 1 cup sugar with 4 tablespoons water in a pan on medium heat. Stir cook the syrup for 5 minutes till it thickens. Now toss the kulkuls carefully in this syrup. Remove gently. Cool and store in an airtight jar.

You may even dust them with powdered sugar after they are fried.

Adding colors like red, and green will give you colored kulkuls.


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