Thekua is a dry sweet from India. Dessert is a course that typically comes at the end of a meal usually consisting of sweet Food but sometimes of a strongly-flavored one such as some Cheeses The India, officially the Republic of India (भारत गणराज्य inc-Latn Bhārat Gaṇarājya; see also other Indian languages) is a country It is very popular in Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern Uttar Pradesh (Purvanchal). Bihar ( Hindi:बिहार Urdu: بہار bɪhaːr) is a state in eastern India. Jharkhand ( Hindi: झारखंड Bengali: ঝাড়খণ্ডdʒʰaːɽkʰəɳɖ is a state in eastern India. Uttar Pradesh (उत्तर प्रदेश اتر پردیش pronounced, Translation: Northern Province) referred to as '''U Purvanchal (est - mountain is a geographic region of north-central India, which comprises the eastern end of Uttar Pradesh state
Thekua is a staple dessert for people of Bihar, and also a revered prasad (offering to god) in the Chhath puja. Prasāda ( Sanskrit: प्रसाद marathi:प्रसाद prasād / prashad ( Hindi) Prasāda in (Kannada prasādam Chhath or Dala Chhath is a Hindu festival, unique to Bihar state India and Terai, Nepal. This article is about Hinduism. Puja or "pooja" may also refer to certain devotional practices performed by Balmikis Buddhists (see Thekua has been used as a sweet snacks for centuries in these places.
The main ingredients of Thekua are wheat flour, coconut powder and chasni (melted sugar). Flour is a powder made of Cereal grains It is the key ingredient of Bread, which is a staple food in many countries and therefore the availability The Coconut Palm ( Cocos nucifera) is a member of the Family Arecaceae (palm family In Cooking, a syrup (from Arabic' ar شراب sharab, beverage via Latin siropus) is a thick Viscous Liquid Dough is prepared using these three main ingredients and cardamom can be added to enhance the taste. The name cardamom (or cardamon is used for herbs within two genera of the Ginger family Zingiberaceae, namely Elettaria and Amomum Dough is deep fried in ghee or vegetable oil till it becomes reddish brown. Ghee ( Hindi घी ghī, Urdu گھی ghī, Punjabi ਘਿਉ/گھیو ghiu, Kashmiri ग्याव/گیاو