Friday, September 11, 2015

Churma | Choorma Recipe

Some how i managed to post 6 recipes under the theme "Indian States" for this week , even with all  the travelling.Though all the recipes are not fancy and doesn't require elaborate procedure & lot of time, i'm happy that i can make it without the break.So i end this series with another sweet recipe "Churma" from Rajasthan and it's usually served with Dal Baati.
Churma is coarsely ground wheat crushed and cooked with ghee and sugar and it's famous in Rajasthani Cuisine. Traditionally it is made by mashing  wheat flour baatis in ghee and jaggery. But i use sugar here to make this.It's so flavorful with ghee and i must go for another serving.

Choorma

Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 15 minsServes :
Recipe Category: Accompaniment | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian
Ingredients

Whole Wheat Flour - 1 cup
Fine Sooji(Rava) - 1/4 cup
Ghee - 4 tsp
Almond - 2 tbsp(sliced)
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp
Powdered sugar - 4 tbsp
Ghee / Oil - For deep frying
Procedure
In a wide bowl , add wheat flour, rava & 2 tsp ghee , mix it well & add water to from stiff dough.Take small portion of dough  , roll into ball,then flatten it and make well in the center, do the same for remaining dough.
Heat the oil/ghee, fry the patties until it become golden brown. Allow it to cool.Break them into small pieces and put it blender with sugar & cardamom powder.Grind into fine powder and then add remaining ghee and mix it well. Serve it with sliced almond.Flavorful Churma is ready
Notes:
  • Traditionally only ghee is used to fry the baatis, but i dont want to that much ghee in one dish, so i used oil for frying.
  • Use jaggery instead of sugar, if you wish.
  • You can serve this as it is  or make ladoo out of this mixture.



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15 comments:

  1. We loved this churms.Yours looks mouthwatering.

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  2. Just need a bowl of churma rite now, totally drooling over those bowls.

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  3. The choorma looks yummy and tempting ! Very well made .

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  4. Choorma looks tempting. Nicely made.

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  5. Very tempting and it taste yummy too, right?

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  6. isnt it toooo tempting to eat as is :-)) what camera do you use, Sandhiya ? the clarity is too good !

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    1. I'm using Canon Rebel xsi Camera, Kaylani

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  7. I love this churma very delicious.

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  8. I love this dish and enjoyed it so much when I made dal bhati...good that you managed well..:)

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  9. Choorma looks absolutely delicious. Lovely clicks.

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  10. As Archana said, I too love the choorma. Simple yet delicious dish.

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  11. ur pictures are so clear...also very nice grainy texture

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  12. simple and super delicious dish!!! wow!!!

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