Lorna’s Karanji Recipe makes for a crisp and flaky stuffed half moon-shaped pastry that’s ideal for festivals like Diwali, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Karanji is a crisp, flaky, fried, half moon-shaped pastry stuffed with a sweet filling of desiccated coconut, dried nuts and fruits, and delightful seasonings.
This sweet snack from the Maharashtrian cuisine is often made for festivals, but they’re so delicious you’ll want to eat them all year long.
Lorna’s Karanji Recipe is courtesy of Lorna Nanda – founder of The Little Indian Kitchen which offers a selection of cookery classes for authentic Indian food designed to appeal to all food lovers wanting to learn how to cook or to expand on their existing cooking skills.
You can learn more by visiting The Little Indian Kitchen website, and you can follow Lorna on Facebook.