Chanderkala is a traditional Indian sweet that is made by folding and rolling dough into a layered, flower-shaped pastry. The pastry is then stuffed with a sweet filling made from a mixture of sugar, grated coconut, and cardamom powder.
To prepare chanderkala, a dough is made from all-purpose flour, ghee (clarified butter), and water. The dough is then rolled out into thin circles and cut into small rounds. Each round is then folded into a flower shape and filled with the sweet coconut mixture. The edges of the flower are then pinched together to seal the filling inside.