Chirote Recipe By Archana Arte

Chirote/ चिरोटे is an authentic Maharashtrian delicacy made by our chef Archana Arte. Frying in oil gives it a lovely glow. Rotis are clubbed together for the beautiful layers to be formed. Shower the delicious Chirote with sugar powder. So this Diwali try something authentic and delicious in quick time.

Chirote Recipe By Archana Arte


- To make the dough in a large bowl add all purpose flour, semolina & hot ghee. Mix everything well with a spoon.

- Then add water as required to make a soft dough. Mix well.

- Keep this dough aside for 10 minutes.

- In the meanwhile start making the filling. In a small bowl add ghee. Mix the ghee with your palms.

- Then add corn flour and again mix well. Make a creamy and smooth paste. Keep this paste aside.

- Take the dough and divide it into three equal parts.

- Start rolling out thin chapatis from each dough.

- Apply the mixture of ghee & corn flour to each chapati and place it on top of another as shown in the video.

- Roll the chapatis and close the ends.

- Cut equal size rolls. Roll the portion to make a medium size chirota.

- Deep fry the chirote one by one.

- Now generously dust powdered sugar on the fried chirote making sure they are well coated with it.

- Garnish the chirote with almonds and pistachios.

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