Tasty Churma Sweet
Churma or Choorma is a popular and delicious Rajasthani sweet prepared with sugar, wheat dough baatis (round wheat flour dough balls).
2 Tbsp of Oil
2 Cups of Wheat Flour (Atta)
1 and 1/4 Cups of Water
1/2 Cup Fine Sugar
1/2 Cup of Ghee
4 Cooked Baatis (round wheat flour dough balls)
1/2 Cup of Unsweetened Grated Coconut
1/4 Cup of Chopped Almonds, Raisins, Cashew Nuts, Pistachios
3 Tsp of Elachi Powder
For The Dough
For The Dough
Mix all the ingredients to form a smooth dough by kneading continuosly.
Make balls with the dough and fry them in a kadai or pan with 2 tbsp of ghee or oil.
Fry them on a low flame until they turn into golden brown colour.
Allow the fried balls to cool down completely. Now break the baatis and blend them in a grinder to crumbs.
For Churma Recipe
In a pan or kadai add 2 tbsp of ghee.
Add the churma crumbs to the pan and saute for about 2 to 3 minutes on a medium to low flame.
Add the chopped dry fruit nuts and saute for about a minute.
Add the dried coconut and elachi / cardamom powder.
Add the fine sugar and reduce the flame to low.
Stir well and allow the sugar to blend with the churma mixture. Turn off the flame.
Sprinkle or pour a tbsp of ghee on top of the churma sweet before serving hot or cold.
The popular Rajasthani Churma sweet can be stored for around 2 weeks in an airtight container.
* You can adjust the quantity of ghee as per your desired sweetness.
* 1 Tbsp means Tablespoon.
* 1 Tsp means Teaspoon.