Although Khajla takes almost an hour to prepare, it is still one of the most served sweet at the time of Iftar, said Shabnam Farooq, a housewife who likes to end her fast with it.
To make khajla, mix 4 tablespoons of maida (flour) with 500 gm of wheat flour and prepare a smooth dough. Leave it for 10 minutes. Roll the dough, add ghee and knead it. Leave it again for 10 minutes. Now cut the dough into desired size and leave it again for 5 minutes.
Now roll these pieces in long shape and then start layering it like you do for lachcha paratha. Deep fry these pieces in ghee until it puffs up and turns golden brown.
After everything is ready, heat milk, sugar and cardamom powder. Pour this into a bowl and then put khajla into it.
Khajla is ready to be served with pistachio and almonds. (Source: Wikipedia)