Choori or Churma is the prashad we offer to Lord Shiva. Mom made the best choori, very crisp and crunchy. I have got all the tips from her and I am glad the choori has come out perfect, just like hers. Choori laddoos can also be made following the same process and you can add dry fruits to them.
Wheat flour ... 2 cups
Ghee / oil ... for frying and adding to the flour.
Sugar ..... 1/4 cup ( or as you like it )
1. Take wheat flour in a deep bowl and add about 1/4 cup ghee or oil. Mix well and it should form a muthia / ball when you press it in your fist. Then the quantity of the ghee added is enough. This is the test. If you add less ghee the choori will not be crisp.
2. Now knead this adding water little by little to a very stiff dough.
3. Make muthias with the dough pressing the dough in your fist as you can see in the pictures.
4. Heat oil in a pan and fry the muthias on a very low flame to make them crisp and golden brown.
If you fry on high flame the inside part will remain raw.
5. Let them cool and then you grind them in a pestle and mortar or in a mixer.
6. Mix the desired quantity of sugar as per your preference. I have added 1/4 cup.
7. Pour a little hot oil or ghee over this and mix well.
Have not tasted this dish. Must be a tasty dessert wheat flour ghee sugar combination. Yummy comboReplyDelete
Yes dear.. it is crispy and crunchy just like crumbleDelete
Delicious dessert...... !!!ReplyDelete
Had this delicious churma, while we visited Jaipur. Very delicious and toothsome dish which was served with dal & bati. Yours look yummilicious and perfect!ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking my versionDelete
That looks so good... have to try this soonReplyDelete
this looks absolutely amazing...ReplyDelete
Churma is my fav , my mom make choori churma a lot :) perfectly made and looks very delicious !!ReplyDelete
Authentic and delicious recipe.. looks great!!ReplyDelete
Awesome! I make it for mandir bhog as well as to accompany my Daal-Baati bowl :) Lovely this looks...ReplyDelete
Yes dear .. we also make laddoos with thisDelete
These look delicious I make a baked version of these.ReplyDelete
Gr8.. that's a healthy optionDelete
I love choorma Shobhaji. Lives in Rajasthan for sometime and adored it. Is there a way that I can make it without frying?ReplyDelete
Sonal @ simplyvegetarian777
You can bake them before crushing .. but the authentic flavours are when made in a traditional way and be generous on gheeDelete