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Teepi Gavvalu is an Andhra Sweet Snack where the Gavvalu are deep fried and added to the Jaggery/Bellam pakam/syrup.

Teepi means sweet and Gavvalu in Telugu means sea shells. The shape of the sweet looks like shells as they are rolled using a mould or even a fork does the magic.

This one can turn into a favorite for all ages especially kids.


Preparation Time: 10 minutes 
Cook Time: 30 minutes 
Makes : Approximately 8 cups

Ingredients:
For Gavvalu:
Maida/All purpose flour: 2 cups 
Sooji : 1/4 cup
Salt : A pinch
Water : 3/4 cup

For Pakam/Syrup:
Bellam/Jaggery: 1 1/2 cups
Water : 1/2 water
Elachi/green cardamom: 3 powdered 

Method:

Mix all ingredients listed for Gavvalu and make a soft dough like for Puri. The water measurement I gave should be enough.
Make a marble size balls and press them on the Gavvalu mould or on a fork to get the shape. 
Heat oil for deep frying and fry them till they turn golden. Each batch should take about 5 minutes on low flame.

Take a pan and ingredients listed for pakam/syrup and bring it to a boil. The consistency of the syrup should be of a soft ball that doesn’t move when dropped in water.
Add the fried Gavvalu mix well and turn off the stove. 
Cool them off and store in an airtight container for 2 weeks.














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