Susroot is a delicacy of Dogra Community from Kashmir. It is a rich sweet flatbread loaded with crushed dry fruits and flavoured with cardamom, fennel seed powders. It is fried in pure Desi ghee.
This bread is specially made as a ritual when the bride goes to her in-law's place. After the bread is fried some coins are inserted in it as a symbol of prosperity. Susroot is sent along with many other goodies in the "Thaal".
Maida ................... 1 & 1/4 cup
Icing sugar ........... 1/4 cup (add little more if you like it very sweet)
Almonds ............. 2 tbsps (crushed coarsely)
Pistachios ........... 2 tbsps (crushed coarsely)
Raisins ...... 8-10
Dessicated coconut ... 1 tbsp
Fennel seeds ............. 1 tsp (crushed coarsely)
Cardamom powder .. 1/4 tsp
Desi ghee ............ 1 tbsp (to add while kneading)
Salt ............. 1 pinch (to balance the taste - optional)
Desi ghee .......... 1 cup (for frying)
Thin coconut slices cut into semi-circle .. 4 pcs
Coins ........... 8-10 (to decorate)
Mix all the ingredients together. (except the last 3 ingredients)
Knead the dough adding water as needed.
Roll it out into a thick roti. Garnish it with the coconut slices as shown in the picture. (Fix the edges well into the roti so that they don't fall off.
Heat the ghee in a flat bottomed pan.
Fry the Susroot on a low flame adjusting the heat to medium in between.
Spoon the hot ghee from the pan on the roti while frying as we have to fry only one side.
Wonderful bread recipe. I have heard of this but never attempted. I love the way you have done a step by step, so it is easy to follow.ReplyDelete
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This recipe is new for me. Such a lovely and unique recipe with coins on top. Will try this for sure. Also it is nice to know about the tradition of dogra community of Kashmir. Enjoyed reading😊ReplyDelete
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Wow this one is new to me never heard about it, thanks for the lovely recipe and the background of the dish was wondering why the coins are inserted in the roti after reading your post I was enlightened.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear .. glad you liked it.Delete
Wow this is so different, new to me. Would love to try this.ReplyDelete
Thanks Renu.You will fall in love with this melt in the mouth roti.Delete
A completely new recipe for me. Thanks for sharing. Never know about the ritual. Bread looks delicious and beautiful. Lovely share.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sujata.Good to learn about various rituals isn't it .Delete
This recipe is so interesting, especially the coin bit :) Is there any reason behind putting coins on the bread?ReplyDelete
Jagruti It is there in the post intro.. They do that for prosperity.Delete
wow lovely to see such a traditional recipe. Looks so tasteful and surely a treat for tastebuds.ReplyDelete
It definitely Is dear.. do try it sometime.Delete
very new recipe, amazing picture and niceReplyDelete
Wow I love this coin adding. As for the recipe it is so delicious n yummy.ReplyDelete
Thank you Archana.Delete
This looks so delicious and is new to me. Thanks for introducing me to this. Lovely share.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Jayashree.Delete
The bread sounds so good di. A new recipe to me. Wpulf love to give it a try.ReplyDelete
You must make it Poonam.. it is really very good.Delete
Totally new for me. Such an unique recipe with coins on top. Also enjoyed reading :)ReplyDelete
Thanks dear :)Delete
The sweet looks so delicious. Thanks for this lovelyt recipe.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot Pavani.Delete
Quite an interesting recipe. Considering the delicious dry fruits, coconut, sugar and ghee. This flat bread must be a sweet bomb. That's a wonderful and sweet tradition for the bride. Nice to know about different community and their traditions.ReplyDelete
You said it Malini.. Sweet Bomb it is.. full of flavours and just melts in the mouth.Delete
Oh this is an interesting recipe. Frying the whole dough in Ghee is sinful and delicious. :) Perfect for the festive season.ReplyDelete
Yes Nisha.. it is sinful but the result you will see when you take a bite.. it is heavenly.Delete
Wow what a rich and royal bread! Love the factReplyDelete
It is fried in ghee! And those nuts and spices must render an amazing flavor and aroma to the bread! Thanks for sharing such gems!
Thanks for liking the bread Priya..Delete
Rich and delicious flatbread...ReplyDelete
Wow Shobha, an amazing flatbread you've made. Just love the explanation about the roti and the tradition behind it.ReplyDelete
Wow Shobha. The susroot looks delicious and not too complicated to make. What a lovely tradition for making the kashmiri sweetbread.ReplyDelete
Thank you Mina. It really tasted Divine.Delete
Absolutely heavenly soulful & yummy.ReplyDelete
Thanks .. yes it tasted awesome.Delete
Such a rich and flavorful Kashmiri flatbread! I love Kashmiri flavors and the generous use of unique spices and dry fruits!! Awesome!!ReplyDelete
Yes dear .. thanksDelete
I've not tried this flatbread yet! It sounds so flavorful :)ReplyDelete
Must try Freda..Delete