Roadhamas is right around the corner and that means maahefun time. Whenever we think of maahefun, the first thing that comes to mind is mouth-watering kulhi faaroshi. Kulhi faaroshi is so simple to make that it’s likely that a lot of you reading this might not need a recipe for it. But, anyway, here it is.
Just a few things to note about making kulhi faaroshi; in our past experiences in making kulhi faaroshi, whenever we used pre-packaged crumbs version of faaroshi, it always ends up being sticky and even slightly gooey. So do use whole faaroshis. Another thing is the onion, it will serve you well in the end if you put in a little bit of effort to slice them as thinly as possible, it makes mixing easier, you won’t be biting into large piece and for some reason it just tastes better.