Chiroti recipe explained with step by step pictures and a video. This is an authentic and traditional Karnataka style sweet recipe. Chiroti is prepared using maida or all purpose flour, chiroti rava, ghee and sugar. Chiroti is also familiar by name chirote, penori and padiru peni. We can call it as Indian pastry.
Chiroti is very popular in Karnataka. Chiroti is prepared on special occasions and events. Chiroti is prepared during Deepavali festival as well. In Karnataka, chiroti is served with sweetened milk or badam milk. Personally I do not like this sweet.. I can have one with sugar powder sprinkled and one more with milk..that's it. But I know there are several chiroti fans over here and this recipe is requested by one of the dear reader of our website. So happily posting this recipe..Hope you all enjoy it.
Making chiroti involves detailed process.. So I have a made a quick video on this. I have embedded the video below. Kindly have a look.
If you are looking for more sweet recipes then do check Carrot badam payasa, pineapple payasa, hurigadale unde or fried gram laddu, kesari bath, easy carrot halwa, easy milk peda, badam burfi, coconut burfi, sihi appa or sweet paddu recipes.
Or if you are looking for more deep fried snacks or fritters recipes then do check my mangalore buns, doddapathre bajji, crispy chilli bajji, goli baje, stuffed mirchi bajji, masala vade, banana chips, potato chips, kayi vade, maddur vada and many more recipes.
I have made a video on this recipe with Kannada narration, which I have embedded it below. Kindly have a look.
Preparation time: 30 min
Cooking time: 30 min
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