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Anjeer Khajoor Roll | Dry Figs Dates & Nuts Roll Recipe

Anjeer Khajoor Roll | Dry Figs Dates & Nuts Roll Recipe

Today marks the 3rd Anniversary of Indian Khana, it has been 3 years since I started this blog and it's like just yesterday!  As I said before I never thought I will come this far and this happened due to all the wonderful blogger friends and readers, so Thank You all for your support and that's makes me going. To celebrate the blog anniversary I made this Anjeer Khajoor Chakra or Roll you can say which is sugar free, ghee/butter free and loaded with nutrition value.  It makes a perfect snack or dessert which one can enjoy any time of day or a detectable sweet for festival's and it's also very easy, quick to prepare, now what else one can ask for?  Enjoy the sweet and thanks for being there.  



Makes 20-24 pieces
Ingredients:

Dry Figs/ Anjeer - 20 pieces
Dates/Khajoor - 1 1/2 Cups
Walnut - 1/3 Cup
Almond - 1/3 Cup
Cashew nuts- 1/3 Cup
Nutmeg Powder - 1/2 tsp
Desiccate Coconut - 3/4 Cup
Sliver Varq - As required
Water - 1 Cup



Method:

1.  Soak dry figs/anjeer in warm water for 1 hour.


2.  De-seed the dates and chop in pieces. 


3. Meanwhile finely chop all the fry fruits.  I use my nut cutter, you can give a run in mixer or blender each nut separately. Divide each chopped dry fruits in two parts and keep aside.  


4. Grind soaked figs without any water, add chopped dates and grind it to smooth paste.

5.  Mix half portion from each chopped fry fruit and with figs and dates paste and make a soft pitiable dough.


6. Now add coconut (coconut helps to make the dough firm and non-sticky).  Divide the dough in to four pieces and make smooth balls.   


7. Take a piece and keep between plastic sheets or ziplock bags and roll to make a thin layer.  Cut the edges if required. 


8. Sprinkle almond, cashew and walnut around 1 tbsp of each and start to fold the layer into a roll, use plastic sheet for folding, this way the dough wont stick or break.  Keep the roll wrap in the plastic sheet and fold the sheets edges.  Repeat the same procedure for remaining pieces.
 

9. Store wrapped roll in fridge for 2-4 hours or over night, apply sliver varq if using and cut in desire shape. 
~ We this keep in fridge to make the roll firm otherwise it's tends to break.  Be gentle while making the pieces and use a sharp knife.


And our chakra/roll is ready.


Enjoy this guilt free sweet with no sugar or ghee along with dry fruits, fig and dates benefits. 

Notes
You can use dry coconut instead of sliver varq for garnishing the roll.
Instead of chakra, one can make laddo or squares.  
Use sugar if required.
Store the chakras/roll in butter paper if using sliver varq.


Have a nice day ~~

50 comments:

  1. hearty congrats - 3 years is a great journey - hope u have many more moments of happiness ! the date & nuts roll is a perfect munch for the occasion !

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  2. Happy birthday to Indian Khanna, wishing more n more beautiful years in this blogsphere Priti...highly addictive,super energy booster rolls looks stunning..

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  3. Lovely and tasty guilt free dessert.

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  4. Happy Birthday to your beautiful blog Priti...This is a super dooper healthy recipe which makes a great treat.

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  5. Congrats on your 3rd Anniversary and wishes for many more to come. This sure is a great treat and I am book marking it.

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  6. What a beautiful roll and what a wonderful dish to celebrate this distinct milestone! Congrats Priti and wish you many more wonderful years of sharing your wonderful recipes :))) hugs, priya

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  7. congrats priti and a nice thing is ur blog and me share a thing in common, today we are celebrating our wedding anniversary.
    The roll sounds very healthy and u have explained the procedure nicely

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  8. Congrats on your milestone dear..Wish you many many more years of blogging...keep rocking dear!
    Anjeer rolls looks incredible..love the silver varq on top..simply YUM!

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  9. congrats priti on ur 3rd anniversary!! so healthy and super dessert !!

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  10. Wowww... looks so tempting and healthy.. congrats dear.. keep rocking !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  11. congrats on d 3rd blog anniversary dear..Thats a superb roll 2 celebrate..I love this roll..its tastes yummy n healthy too

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  12. Congrats on ur milestone dear... The rolls look so healthy and yum...

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  13. Wish you blog a very happy anniversary :)

    Lovely dish. Looks delicious :) I love figs :)

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  14. That's an royal way to celebrate the anniversary of u r yum blog....wish many more yum years to come Idian Khana.....love the way u presented the sweet....very yum....

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  15. Congratulations Priti.Rolls look delicious.

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  16. happy birthday indian khana..the rolls so look so fabulous..sugerless and healthy..

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  17. Perfect way to celebrate blog anniversary! Congrats!

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  18. Congrats on the anniversary of the blog dear. Rolls are so delicious and healthy.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  19. Congratulations!!! on the anniversary of your blog. The Fig and dates roll looks so yummy. Wonderful clicks. Its nutritious too.

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  20. happy anniveersary and a wonderfull way of celebration with a guilt free yummy sweet..

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  21. Congrats on ur anniv and wishing for many more to come...the rolls looks yumm

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  22. Congrats Priti..... have many more milestones ahead :)
    Lovely sweet irresistible ;P

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  23. Happy anniversary!!! And this is a perfect, royal sweet for the occassion!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  24. happy anniversary priti...ur dessert looks soo tempting..

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  25. congratulations..wish u many more ! anjeer rolls r looking very inviting ..yummm

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  26. Congratulations Priti,, wishing more n more beautiful and delicious years in this blogsphere

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  27. Congratulations!!! What a lovely treat to celebrate your bloggiversary with.

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  28. Congratulations !!That sweet looks awesome..healthy version for kids!

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  29. COngrats prits!!!and this looks super yummy :)

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  30. Congratulations Preeti ... May you blog for many many years more

    HUGS

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  31. Hearty congrats dear!!! Nice treat!!!

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  32. Congratulations dear! Such a yummy and perfect roll fits for celebration..

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  33. Heartiest congratulations to you for the completion of 3 years of your blog.
    Wonderful recipe. Rolls looks yummy, marvellous and tempting.

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  34. Congrats dear!!!! what a way to njoy the joy!!
    nice recipe ..looks so yumm!!

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  35. Congrats dear. First time here. Glad to fgollow you. Hope you will visit me too.
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  36. the rolls look perfect.....so yummy!! and congrats :) wish u a lot of success

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  37. Looks absolutely mouth watering and very healthy too, I am sure :)

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  38. Congrats on your blog's 3rd anniversary!Wish you many more years in the near future!

    Healthy and attractive sweet.One should be very patient to do all these works. Good job!:)

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  39. that sounds like a really healthy recipe

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  40. Congrats priti..may u achieve many more beautiful years is my prayers.. healthy and yummy..superb!!

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  41. Congratulations and wishing u many more dear...
    rolls look gr8 dear...:)

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  42. Happy birthday to your blog baby and a big hug for you :-)Keep up the great work and pl send me a parcel of these gorgeous rolls ;-)

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  43. Congras on the 3years anniversary. Your blog is for sure one of my favorite. Keep up the good work Priti.

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  44. congratulation to you and ur blog wishes for many more years and what a wonderful rolls to celebrate :)

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  45. Congrats..The sweet looks perfect and pro like...Just great!!

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  46. Priti it look s like haldirams sweet :) yummy and tempting :) a must try :)

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  47. congrats, on your 3 year journey, I am already on Blog brake :)), I don't feel like posting anything, I just cook and bake sitting and writing is something I keep thinking I will do it tommorrow and it doesn't seem to come at all, You have done a Great job love, and those chakra's are superb, what else do you need such a healthy one, and I am going nuts over this one, this is a must try, thanks for sharing dear, Best of luck too.. love to see more recipes from you

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  48. Hi Priti, I made this a couple of times and we loved it. I have posted my version on my blog. Do take a look when u find time. Thanks for sharing such an easy recipe :)

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