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Recipe Name: Chiroti  
Category: Indian Regional Sub Category: Karnataka


Prep Time Cook Time Serves
45 mins 35 mins 20



Maida   1/2 cup
Chiroti rava fine   1/2 cup
Rice flour(wet)   2 Tblsp.
Salt a pinch  
Ghee   2 tblsp.
Oil and vanaspathi   for deep frying
Powdered sugar   for dusting
For wet rice:   Soak wet rice in water for 1/2 an hour and strain the water through a colander and pound the rice into flour. Sieve it through a fine mesh sieve.


  • Mix rava, maida, ghee, a pinch of salt together with the flour. Add ice cold water and knead to a stiff dough. Keep closed under a wet cloth. Knead well till the dough becomes soft and pliable. Rub ghee with rice flour on a flat plate till it becomes white and frothy. Divide the dough into 6 medium sized balls. Roll into very thin chapathis. After rolling out the first chapathi, apply 1 tsp of prepared ghee,rice flour mixture, and place another chapathi on top.
  • Repeat the process till 3 chapathis are on one pile. Roll it tightly like a mat from one end to the other to a shape of a cylinder. Cut the cylinder in to 7 or 8 pieces. Prepare other sets of chapathis in the same manner. Press each round with hands into medium thickness. Deep fry one by one in hot oil in medium flame. remove from fire and sprinkle powdered sugar on both sides before serving.
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Suggested Variation
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Nutrition Facts
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Vitamin A     * Vitamin C  
Calcium   * Iron  
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending upon your daily needs