Almonds (Badam), Cashew (Kaju), Wheat Flour (Gehoon Ka Atta), Anise (Mote Sauf), Cardamom Powder (ilaayachee Paudar), Coconut (Nariyal), Jaggery (gud), Cow Ghee, Eatable Refined Oil.
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Sweet from the Indian subcontinent. It is very popular in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Terai region of Nepal. Thekua is a revered prasada, offering to god, during Chhath puja. It has been used as a sweet snack for centuries in these places. The main ingredients of thekua are wheat flour, chasni (melted sugar) and ghee. Jaggery can sometimes be used as an alternative to sugar. The dough is prepared using these four main ingredients and cardamom can be added to enhance the taste. Dough is deep fried in ghee or vegetable oil till it becomes reddish brown. It is soft when hot, but hardens after it cools.
It’s a great Indian snack, mainly taken as a sweet light dessert in the morning, in the evening at any time your tummy wants.