Now is the next day of this blogging marathon where I’m cooking out of Gayathri’s distance. Amazing selection of recipes and now I’ve selected a candy recipe called chiroti. It’s actually a festival recipe that’s particularly prepared at that right time of Diwali. Currently Diwali has ended and now is the time to get xmas. But watching the clicks and also the sweet recipe, then I could get a handle on myself. Originally I thought it’d be very time intensive, however she’d given clear explanation and also that I really could create it rather readily. My daughter enjoyed it allot and ended the whole stack leaving only 2 to get hubby.
- 1 cup Maida / all-purpose flour
- Inch Tbsp rice-flour
- 1 1/2 Tbsp Ghee
- 1/4 cup Milk
- 1/8 cup Melted ghee
- 1 1/2 cup Sugar
- Oil for Deep-frying
- Insert melted ghee into Maida and mix well.
- Add enough water to make dough.
- Knead the dough for five minutes until elastic and smooth.
- Split into 10 equal balls.
- Cream with rice flour and ghee.
- Add 1 cup of water into the sugar and then make sticky syrup. Add cardamom powder.
- Roll-out 5 balls to thin equal sized disks.
- Put on the rice glue evenly on one particular disk and then place still another disk on top. Implement glue on 2nd disk and set the next disk on top. Layer 5 disks in same manner one above another together with glue in-between.
- Start placing it closely in 1 end to the next to make a log.
- Finish with the next batch.
- Heating Oil.
- cut each log in to eight or seven identical pieces.
- Fry both sides until golden brown.
- Eliminate from petroleum and also dip in to syrup. Since the chiroti is alluring, it is going to consume syrup fast.
- Simply flip it in the syrup. Eliminate syrup and set it on a plate to cool.
- Finish using the rest chiroti’s.
- Slide it into your nearest and dearest.