Rose And Dry Fruit Kachori

Serves 2-3

Preparation time 15 Minutes

Cooking time 10 Minutes


Refined flour - 1 cup

Sooji - 1/2 cup

Ghee - 3 tbsp

Rose syrup - 30 ml

Almonds - Handful

Pistachios - Handful

Black raisins - handful

Dates - Handful

Honey - 30 ml

Rose petals - A pinch

Oil for frying

A sweet twist on the generally savoury treat, this kachori has the fragrance of rose and the robust flavours of various dry fruits.


1) In a bowl, mix the sooji and flour.

2) Spoon in the ghee and rub it in.

3) Add in the rose syrup and start kneading the dough; add a few drops of water if required.

4) In a MEYER Prism fry pan, heat a teaspoon of ghee and add in all the sliced nuts.

5) Once the nuts are slightly roasted add in the chopped dates and raisins.

6) Spoon in the honey and combine it all.

7) Turn off the heat and chuck in a few edible rose petals.

8) Flatten out the dough into disks and fill them with the dry fruit stuffing.

9) Pinch the dough close and make a stuffed round patty.

10) Deep fry at a low temperature for 10-12 minutes till the dough gets a nice golden brown colour.

11) Serve hot with a cup of tea.

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