Almond Brittle (Indian Chikki) Recipe by Manjula
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Learn how to make Almond Brittle (Indian Chikki) Recipe by Manjula
2 tablespoons butter
1 cup sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup sliced almonds
1 tablespoons sesame seeds roasted
|Date Published||2012-10-23 01:11:55Z|
I am making it right now for my child’s teacher as a gift for end of year treat 🙂
It's really nice
Can we reduce the sugar quantity?
Thank you for this awesome recipe
are almonds soaked or roasted?
mam i tried this chikki it's really so crunchi 🙂
Your a legend maddam.
love seeing your respectable lessons.
Sulute to you. Pray you become viral.
Thank you for sharing this recipe with us, I love almonds and nut brittle. Looking forward to making these. I hope it is as easy as you make it look, wish I was one of your grandchildren.
Can I spoon the almond flake into the paper cup?
Wht is sasme seed?
I love ur videos and ur sooooo cute
This must be scrumptious! Thanks Manjula.
this looks so cute and delicious!!!!
Manjula this looks great, I'll leave a comment when I make it.
we have peanut, sesime, coconut, cashu,…….many more in India, this is one of the recipe. gud to here you got similar in Brazil. World is too small nowadays, we can share easily…please do post, if there is anything specific to brazil.
Manjula aunty is this same as Gachak ?
After cold can i cut in square using cutter.?..tq
Thank you for the recipe Manujula!
Mmmm. Great treat
manjula, i'm new to your channel, and have loved all of your videos. easy to follow and execute at home. thank you for sharing your time and recipes! Namaste.
yes! i've used peanuts, sesame seeds, pistachios, even mixed nuts. i've used salted and unsalted nuts and both ways make a delicious brittle. the salt in the salted nuts mixed with the sugar is really nice.
no, buying sliced or slivered almonds is better than slicing at home.
I love Manjula's videos, she has the warmest smile.
Your Indian food videos are always a treat! Flawlessly presented, keep them coming. I look forward to trying this sweet treat.
did you use unsalted butter or salted?
you're using gas now, much better than electric!
can i use peanuts instead of almonds?
This is for thisweekend
that is one of my favourite treats, thank you!
i love these
You can you peanuts and sesame seeds 🙂
Thank you Aunty! This is an excellent recipe & i made it with good results last night. I made it as an Eid gift for a friend-it was such a timely video as I wanted to make her something 🙂 I sure wish I had known how easy this recipe was because I LOVE anything brittle 🙂
hummmm love it
Thankyou aunty 🙂
Can you suggest what to eat/make in the cold winter moths to keep the body warm please.
Hi Aunty! Awesome recipe!!! I am planning to buy some pans for everyday cooking. Aunty please suggest what type of pans will be useful for everyday Indian cooking. and also suggest the cookware material…I am in UK.
Thank you so much for all your easy ecipes…
This is much easier to make than the conventional American method of making peanut brittle, which takes so much more time. Thank you for this recipe! I'm always making peanut brittle for my friends at work, but it takes so much time that it soon is not a pleasure to make. But your recipe looks like the same result with only a few minutes of cooking! Thank you again Manjula!
manjula, i just wanted you to know that you're awesome. thank you for all these delicious meals!
Oh my goodness! I have almonds in my freezer, I'm going to make some NOW! Thank you.
I want some!
Yes, tat should be good.
can i use jaggery instead of sugar?
Namaste! As always you look beautiful and your brittle looks just as good –
I purchased sliced almonds, you can use crushed almonds but sliced almonds look good.
It looks great. thank you.
Hi aunty,did u soked almonds before slicing it?