Chiroti is one of the famous sweets in Karnataka.This belongs to pathir peni like delicacies usually served with flavoured milk.The chirotis can be stored in an air tight container for a week.When u need u can use it like kellogs..jus break the chirotis and pour milk and serve.Some of them love laddu chiroti combination.But I always like to have it soaked in badam milk and a light drizzle of sugar balls on it.Heavenlyyyyyyyyyyyy................
Sooji/semolina/Rava - 1cup
Maida - 1cup
Oil - 2tablespoon
Water - required for making dough
Sugar - 1cup
Milk - 4cups
Badam Mix - 2tablespoon
Badam(finely chopped) - 1tablespoon
Sugar balls - 1tablespoon
Salt a pinch
Oil for deep frying
Rice Flour - 1tablespoon
Ghee - 1tablespoon
1.Knead a soft dough out of maida,semolina,1tablespoon of oil and salt using water.Apply oil on the Dough and Keep it aside for an hour.
2.Make small balls and roll them as u do for chapatis.
3.Make a paste with rice flour and ghee.
4.Now it is time to make layers.Place a chapati on the plate,apply some rice flour and ghee paste on it.Place another chapati on top and do the same till the last chapati is done.
5.Roll the layered chappati.Now cut the roll into round pieces.
6.Take a piece and roll it a little.u can see the layers when u roll.deep fry in oil.
7.Chirotis are ready.U can store them in an air tight container.
1.Reduce 1 litre milk to 1/2 litre.Add sugar,badam mix,badam flakes.Refrigerate.
2.Soak the chirotis in this badam milk and garnish with sugar balls.Chill and serve.