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    Luqmi - Minced meat stuffed parcels
    Makes - 15 Luqmi
    Ingredients:
    Whole wheat flour/Durum Atta - 2 1/2 cups+extra for dusting (you can also use All-Purpose flour/Maida instead)
    Semolina/Sooji - 1/2 cup
    Salt - 1 tsp
    Yogurt - 1/3 cup
    Warm water/milk - 1/4 cup
    Ghee - 1 tbsp
    Canola oil to deep fry
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    Luqmi - Minced meat stuffed parcels
    Method:
    1. In a mixing bowl, add all the above ingredients except ghee and oil and working with your fingers, form a soft dough. Add a few more sprinkles of warm water if needed to form the soft dough. Once the dough has formed into a ball, smear ghee and cover with a lid. Keep aside for 40 minutes.
    2. Knead the dough for 3-5 minutes. Form the dough into 30 equal size balls and cover them all with a damp kitchen towel. Also divide the prepared Qaeema filling into 15 equal portions. Pour cool water into a cup and keep aside.
    3. Dust with extra flour and roll out two dough balls, one at a time into 8 cm in diameter circle each, using your rolling pin on the work surface. Make sure the rolled out circles are not very thin, they should be just a little bit thick. Place a potion of the divided Qaeema filling in the center of the rolled out dough circle. Dip your fingers into water and smear lightly on the entire outer edge of the dough circle. Gently place the second rolled out disc over the filling and press the edges of the dough circle to seal them. Using a pizza cutter cut out the extra outer edges of the dough to shape into a rectangle. (You can collect the scraps until the last luqmi is done and roll it out into a ball and repeat the procedure again). With your fingers, press the edges once again to make sure they are sealed. Crimp the edges with a fork to form a pattern. Repeat until all the luqmi is prepared. Keep them on a tray, covered with a towel, until all are ready to deep fry.
    4. Heat oil to deep fry in a kadai. Depending on the size of your kadai, you can fry the luqmi, one or two at a time, until lightly browned on both sides. Remove using a slotted spoon into a wire mesh strainer for the extra oil to drain away. Serve them warm.
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    gud 1..


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    Default Re: Luqmi

    nice 1
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    gud 1..


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    Default Re: Luqmi

    woow

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    nice

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