Chiroti

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Chiroti
Chiroti.jpg
Alternative names Cheeroti
Type Indian Dessert
Place of origin India
Region or state Karnataka and Maharashtra
Main ingredients maida sugar ghee
Cookbook: Chiroti  Media: Chiroti

Chiroti is a delicacy predominantly served in Karnataka and Maharashtra. It is served as a dessert on special occasions such as a festival or a wedding.[1]

Semolina based pheni laadu and badam milk, karnataka sweet dish

It's prepared [2] by rolling out kneaded dough made of maida into layered circular shapes and then deep frying in ghee or refined oil. The outcome resembles a semi golden brown fluffy poori, which is then sprinkled liberally with powdered sugar and optionally grated almonds and cashew.

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  1. ^ Phillip, T E (2003). Modern Cookery: For Teaching and the Trade, P 561. Orient Blackswan. 
  2. ^ Dubey, Krishna Gopal (2010). The Indian Cuisine, P 267. PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. 

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