Chikki is a traditional Indian sweet or brittle made with jaggery and sugar that is always brimming with nuts and dry fruits. You may know chikki with different and unique names, such as ‘layiya patti’, while others may call it gajak or Maroondah. But, after all, with whatever name this heavenly sweet may be recognised as, what lastly matters is that they are just too delicious and overloaded with sugary flavours, munchies, and gooeyness. So, here are some easy and quick recipes that can help you master the art of making bazaar-style chikkis at home!
For your daily dose of proteins, get ready to make mixed dry fruits chikkis that is the kind of protein bar you need in your life.
Dive into the rich flavours of this gud til chikki. These are specially made during Lohri or any other festival. Save this for later, but until then, create and enjoy eating at home.
Cornflakes add to the crispness of the chikkis, and cranberries help enhance the flavours delivering a fruity blast to this overly sweet and delicious chikkis.
To sweeten your day, make rajgira chikki at home with amaranth seeds, jaggery and cashew nuts. They are also perfect to be relished on fasting days as it’s made with rock salt.
A fusion dessert that can get anyone to fall in love with its taste and look. This dessert is made by combining a French pastry that is mille-feuille with rajgira chikki. An Indian-French dessert is perfect for getting you hooked on it.