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Kidyo or Kulkuls are the unique goodies prepared for the Christmas celebration, and they are most popular in the Goan region, and they are a traditional part of a sweets plate or to give to friends and neighbors. They are often called kidyo in Konkani; it’s more appealing to think of them as shells or curls. They look superb after rolling and melt in mouth after frying.
They are easy to prepare but takes time to roll each one on a fork, involve your kids, they might have fun to roll it and that way you’ll be able to make a larger batch. They keep very well if stored in an airtight container, so you can make them ahead to enjoy the holidays. Kidyo or Kulkuls dough is a semolina, and maida based confection flavored with coconut and vanilla or cardamom and then make a curl with a fork and deep fried them. There are various recipes to make this Kulkuls, some deep fried them and then deep it into sugar syrup or glazed with sugar syrup, or some are sweeten the dough well before moulding into Kulkuls.
So try this Goan delicacy, Kulkuls to made at home, that will make the Indian Christmas season even tastier and delightful!!!
The recipe, dietary comments, and nutritional facts can be found on my blog
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