Healthy Baked KulKuls
Recipe by: Nutralite
- Prep: 60 min
- Cook: 15 min
- Serving: 4
Kulkuls are a traditional Goan Christmas staple made all around India during the festive season. These sweet, crunchy doughnut curls are an easy Christmas dessert for a crowd, loved by all and are fun to make with the entire family! However, the traditional recipe is somewhat of an oily ordeal…But we’ve come up with a way to make Healthy Baked Kulkuls, without deep frying them, using the healthy twist of Nutralite!
What do you need to make Healthy Baked Kulkuls?
- 2 cups All-Purpose Flour
- 1 cup Semolina
- 2 Egg Yolks, beaten gently
- 1 teaspoon Baking Powder
- ½ cup Powdered Sugar
- 1 cup Coconut Cream
- 2 tablespoons Nutralite
- A fork or a brand new fine toothed comb
- Salt to taste
How do you make our Healthy Baked Kulkuls?
- Let’s get started by mixing the flour and baking powder well.
- No oil, add in some Nutralite instead, a little by little, mixing gently while you do so.
- Now, add your beaten eggs in.
- Finally, add in the powdered sugar and coconut milk. Knead to form a stiff dough and leave it to rest for about 45 mins.
- Form the dough into small balls.
- Grease the back of a fork/comb with some Nutralite and flatten and press a dough-ball onto it. Form a rectangle the length of the back of the fork tines/teeth of the comb.
- Call in the kids to help! Roll the dough-ball up the tines and off the fork and into a tight curl. Do the same with the remaining dough.
- Pre-heat your oven to 240 °F
- While it’s heating up, grease a baking tray with a bit of Nutralite and place the curls onto it.
- Bake for 15 mins until golden brown and leave them to cool.
- When fully cooled, you can serve them up straight away with a sugary syrupy glaze or even store them for the rest of the season if kept in an air-tight container.
We sure hope you try our healthy no-fry version of this Christmas classic and spread smiles and health within and beyond your circle. How would you twist up this latest addition to your book of Christmas Recipes 2017?
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