Chiroti/Sweet Puri

Chiroti/Sweet Puri Recipe

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About Chiroti/sweet Puri Recipe:

A festive sweet dish of crispy layered puri soaked in sugar syrup. An authentic south indian flaky dessert recipe made with semolina and powdered sugar. It is considered as one of the premium sweets and is particularly made for big occasions and celebrations. The uniqueness of this recipe is during the serving as it is served crushed by topping it with badam milk and powdered sugar.

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  • 45 mins
  • 5 Ingredients
Ingredients
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Ingredients for Chiroti/Sweet Puri Recipe

  • 0.33 cup All purpose flour
  • 0.33 tablespoon Ghee
  • 0.08 teaspoon Salt
  • 0.06 cup Water
  • 0.13 cup Sugar
Nutrition
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment

Directions

How to Make Chiroti/sweet Puri Recipe

Cooking Directions

STEP 01

In a Master Chef food processor place the atta kneading blade add 2 cups all purpose flour ( maida), 2 tbsp ghee, ½ tsp salt.

STEP 02

Cover the processor and blend, adding a little water to make a firm dough. Make balls for the puris.

STEP 03

To make the mixture to smear between the layers, in a small bowl add 2 tbsp maida, 1 tbsp rice flour and 2 tbsp ghee. This mixture gives the chiroti extra crispiness and flakiness. Mix to combine well and keep it aside.

STEP 04

Dust the surface and the ball of dough and roll it out into a large thin roti. Repeat this with the remaining balls of dough.

STEP 05

Smear the mixture on a roti. If there is a tear, do not worry. Sprinkle a little flour and place the next roti on top. Again, smear some mixture on the second roti, dust it with a little four and place a third roti on top. And repeat the process of smearing mixture and dusting with flour.

STEP 06

Next, roll the three layered stack of rotis into a log. Tap the sides in to make a good log shape and to ensure that pinwheels will form.

STEP 07

Cut the log into thick slices/ pinwheels.

STEP 08

Lay the pinwheel slice on the surface and dust with a little flour. Press it down gently and lightly roll it into a small disc shape. Do not roll it flat. The layers will open up when fried. Complete this process with the rest of the chirotis.

STEP 09

In a pan of hot oil, slide in the chirotis and fry till they are golden brown and crisp on both sides.

STEP 10

Remove and drain on a kitchen paper towel.

STEP 11

To make the sugar syrup, put a pan on the heat and add ⅓ cup water and add ¾ cup of sugar. Sit till the sugar melts and the syrup reaches a one string

Special Comments

STEP 01

Make sure to measure all ingredients using measuring cups and measuring spoons.

STEP 02

In place of milk, the same quantity of hung curd or buttermilk can be used.

STEP 03

Instead of greasing the pan, butter paper can also be used.

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