It’s that time of the year again! Diwali, the festival of lights in a few days. It’s also the best time to try out awesome new recipes. Since sweets and sweet dishes are a big part of every Diwali celebration, we bring you a few simple dessert recipes using Kawan Paratha, for those who love to cook but just don’t have enough time. Kawan 3-minute parathas are the perfect solution to create something simple yet delicious and innovative this festive season.
Kawan Peanut & Caramel Slices
Fry Kawan Paratha in a very hot pan until golden-brown on both sides and keep aside.
Mix a bowl full of roasted salted peanuts with chilled caramel cream/golden syrup or even melted sugar. Spread this mixture even on top of the paratha. Cut into triangles and serve.
Kawan Coconut Paratha Puff
Cut 1 Kawan Paratha into quarters.Add a little ghee/clarified butter in a pan and toast 1 cup of dessicated coconut. Add powdered cashew, almonds and dates into it. Add ¾ cups of sugar. Mix well. Lightly mash the mixture, and spread it over 1 paratha quarter. Top with another quarter. Seal the edges of the paratha quarters with a fork. Brush the beaten egg lightly over the paratha puff. Repeat steps 1-4 for the rest of the quarters. In an oven preheated to 190 deg C, bake the paratha puffs until they turn golden brown. Serve warm.
Kawan Apple Pie
Melt 1 stick of butter in a wide skillet over medium heat. Add 1 and half cup brown sugar and stir well, for about 5 minutes. Raise heat to medium-high, stir in 5 peeled, cored and cubed apples, 1 teaspoon salt, and ½ teaspoon cinnamon, and cook, stirring occasionally, until apples are tender. Transfer mixture to a bowl and let it cool completely.
Add about 3 tbsp of the mixture to the centre of a slightly thawed Kawan Paratha. Wrap the paratha around firmly and seal it with a fork. Make small slashes with a knife. Sprinkle some sugar on top. Repeat with remaining roti and filling. Chill pies in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before frying. Fry pies until golden brown and crispy, 3–4 minutes per batch. Serve after it cools.
Gud Ka Paratha
Add 2 teaspoons of grated jaggery and a little ghee onto an uncooked Kawan Paratha. Sprinkle cardamom powder as well and then press it down lightly. Fold the paratha halfway and seal the edges with a fork.
Apply little ghee on the hot tawa,and cook the paratha on a slow flame till its golden brown on both sides Transfer it into a plate and poke it with fork and brush a little ghee on either sides.
Kawan Peanut Butter Wedges
In a bowl mix together cinnamon powder and sugar. Set aside.
Take around 3 teaspoons of peanut butter and place in the center of the uncooked Kawan paratha. spread the peanut butter using a spoon. Sprinkle some cinnamon & sugar mixture on top. Take another paratha and place in on top. Seal the edges of the two parathas with a fork. Heat a tawa/pan on medium heat. Once hot, place the paratha on it. Cook it till it turns golden brown. Cut it into quarters and drizzled it with some chocolate syrup or Nutella.
Get into the festive spirit and try out these simple recipes! Order Kawan Paratha at www.kawan.in today and make this Diwali a memorable (and sweeter) one for you and your loved ones.