Champakali.

India is the country of tradition, culture and festivals. Every state, every religion in India have their own festivals and every festival has their own importance. As festivals are different, so the way of celebrating festival is different too and of course, same applies to the food also. Every festival has different food to offer as Bhog or naivedya.

Today I had made this decision champakali as a offering to Maa Durga for Navratri.

I am sure this recipe will help you  make your festivals more memorable with its delicious taste.

Here goes the recipe…

Ingredients:

2 cups Refined flour.

1 cup Wheat flour.

1 cup Rava.

1/2 cup Refined Oil.

2 tbsp powdered Sugar.

Salt to taste.

Oil for frying.

Method:

Soak 1 cup rava in 1 cup water for half an hour.

Now add wheat flour,maida,oil and salt to soaked rava.

Knead a hard dough.

Keep side for half an hour.

Take a small  lemon size ball of  the dough,and roll into a roti.

 

Give thin slits on the roti.

Twist both the ends together in opposite directions to form a bud.

Finish all the dough  like this.

Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan,add champakalis and fry till crisp.

Remove on absorbent paper.

sprinkle some powdered sugar on it.

Arrange in a serving plate and serve.

Happy Cooking !!!

Sameera.

Published by Sameera's Kitchen

A little blog about ordinary and extra ordinary cooking that I do on daily basis for me and my loving family,I am a working woman pursuing an exiting career in aviation industry,with a ten year old kid.. with whatever little time I have spare in my hand after doing day to day chores......I utilise it for cooking and baking......It refreshes me completely.

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