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Dudh Ki Chiroti

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Dudh Ki Chiroti Recipe, Sooji Meetha , How To Make Dudh Ki Chiroti Recipe

Chiroti is a traditional Karnataka sweet that is prepared on special occasions and religious festivals. It is also a very popular dessert in traditional Maharashtrian cuisine and is called Chiroti.

About Recipe

Bombai Rawa methai, Ravai inippu, Sooji Misti

How to make Dudh ki Chiroti

(16 ratings)
18 reviews so far
Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
35 mins
Dudh ki Chiroti
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : March 05, 2019

Ingredients used in Dudh ki Chiroti
• All-purpose flour - 2 cups.
• Sooji or semolina - 1 cup.
• Salt - pinch.
• Ghee (melted) - 4 tablespoons.
• Water - as required.
• Cardamom powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Milk - 500 ml.
• Saffron strands - 1 pinch.
• Rice flour (for dusting) - 2 tablespoons.
• Sugar - 2 cups.
• Pistachios (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
  • In a mixing bowl, add all-purpose flour, sooji (blended once for fine powder), a pinch of salt, 2 teaspoons of melted ghee and mix well to get a crumbling texture.
  • Add little by little water and mix the flour to make a dough which is not too soft or stiff. Cover and rest the dough for 10 minutes.
  • Heat little water in a vessel, add sugar, mix and allow it boil until the sugar gets dissolved. Make this sugar syrup to a one-string consistency (like the gulab jamun syrup). Once the syrup is almost done, add cardamom powder, mix and switch off the flame.
  • Divide the dough into small portions, with help of rolling pin, roll the dough to make thin chapatti sheets using some rice flour for dusting.
  • Place a sheet of chapatti and spread some ghee and rice flour mixture on the top side of the chapatti, place the second chapatti over the first one and again apply the ghee and rice flour mixture. Repeat this till you have stacked 4 chapatis one over the other. Apply ghee and rice flour mixture on the top chapatti too.
  • Roll the chapatti tightly and press. Cut them into 1€ pieces. Flatten them into your desired shape (round or oval) and keep aside.
  • Heat oil for frying the chirotis. Fry them over low to medium flame until they turn slightly golden in color.
  • Mix some saffron strands in very little water and add this in ½litre of thick milk. Keep the milk aside.
  • Drop few chirotis in the sugar syrup and allow it to soak it for a minute or two, remove and plate them.
  • Pour some saffron milk over the chiroti and garnish with finely chopped pistachios.

Cooking with images ?Ravaa madhur, Sooji semolina , ?Sajeegai Ravae sihi


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Mrs.Vahchef Posted on Sat Sep 27 2014

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jkesar13 Posted on Fri Mar 20 2015

Yumlicious ?

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jkesar13 Posted on Fri Mar 20 2015

It's so funny vah chef made the same thing n termed it as sweet poori n u added milk n named it milk chiroti hahah?

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Pushpa Panjwani Posted on Tue Jul 07 2015


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Snigdha Gollamandala Posted on Fri Aug 14 2015

Hi, I like your show... but please improve your ENGLISH is just killing us...specially" I know "," You know" your facial and body gestures... You are hosting a show viewed by many people.....?

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SuperCoolg12 Posted on Sat Oct 10 2015

Thank You, Mrs. Vahchef for this wonderful recipe! I enjoy watching your videos & I can connect with Your simple, straight forward, loving style of teaching (cooking) better than any other cook. Please keep your videos coming. <3 You & yea

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Hiren Panchal Posted on Wed Oct 28 2015

your recipe is very nice....but u over react?

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Ideal Holidays Posted on Sat Dec 12 2015

Awesome recipes. Love the way u demonstrate too.?

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Vacheli Iyer Posted on Fri Jan 08 2016

I've never even eaten these before. They seem amazing! Thanks for the recipe.?

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Amrin Gajbarwadi Posted on Wed Jan 27 2016

i would love to se you couple sharing a recipe to us?

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Hera Duranee Posted on Thu Feb 11 2016

Amazing recipe!?

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Aarti Darp Posted on Wed Feb 17 2016

why are you calling doodh ki chiroti again n again? this is not a north Indian dish... why we have to use hindi word to get the kind of recognition? I liked the recipe very much btw, just that word was disturbing in between.?

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