Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Misri roti

Treat your loved ones with this traditional and lip smacking Recipe! The method of preparation is quite simple and if tried with love they come out excellent. The word misri means Crystalised sugar lumps and roti means it is made in a form of a roti. But I like to cut them in different shapes as it is easy to eat. I learnt this recipe from my mom she used to make it in a form of a roti. It is a very yummy treat for grown ups as well as the kids. it is also a nice activity for kids as they can help you in cutting into shapes and placing on the cookie sheet. It will keep for quite some time if stored in dry airtight containers.

Making time: 30 mins
Makes: 20- 25 pieces (small)

Ingredients:
1 cup plain flour (maida)
1 cup sugar granulated
1/2 cup melted ghee (clarified butter)
1/2 tsp. cardamom seeds crushed
8-10 pistachios chopped
8-10 almonds chopped
20- 25 pieces of misri (crytalised sugar lumps) (optional)

Method:
1. Pre-heat the oven at 350*F
2. Mix together flour, sugar and cardamom.
3. Add melted ghee, and mix to hold together.
4. Spray some nonstick spray on the baking sheet.
5. Pat and shape into flat 1/2" thick round and cut into desired shapes with cookie cutter.
6. Take a piece of misri and stick it in the centre of the dough. You can add more if you like.
7. Bake in 350*F for 10 - 15 mins or until it is done.
8. Cook till light golden from bottom and edges.
9. Cool it on a cooling rack.
10. Garnish with almond and pistachios. 11. Serve warm or cooled.

17 comments:

Kalva said...
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Kalva said...

Neither heard nor had this! would like it give it a try though!

Tee said...

This is new to me..looks delicious! I was just wondering that its been a long time since I saw your post...good to see yet another great recipe :)

Siri said...

All the roti shapes are so cuute..:D

Shella said...

This really looks very edible. The shapes are so cute. Did you use a cookie cutter??

Lakshmi said...

Very cute rotis. Good for kiddo parties. :)

Athika said...

Hii kalva,Siri, Thanks for the comment.

Hii Tee, Thanks dear. It's been long time since I posted any recipe as I was very busy in moving and then settling just couldnt post any recipe. Now all settled so thought of posting few recipes which I made in past few weeks.

Hi Lakshmi, Thanks. It is a nice kids recipe, for kids as well as to do with kids.

Hi Shelly, Yes I have used a cookie cutter to cut into different shapes. Hope you like it.

priar's, said...

Hi Athika,
first time in ur blog...this roti sounds new to me .The shapes r really very cute.Thanks for sharing the recipe
Ramya

sagari said...

thats a new and lovely recipe and those shapes look beautiful

Vcuisine said...

They are cute Athika. Viji

Kajal said...

WoW....great shape with roti :-)

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jj said...

I like that idea of cutting the risotto into shapes. Now why didn't I ever think of that?? LOL..they look wonderful.

Jackie said...

This does sound very good and I love how you shaped them so cute!

Neelu said...

visitedd ur blog for first time searching for aloo mutter recipe- loved it. Added to my favs

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