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Beetroot Kachori

By Chef Raveer Brar, 19 Oct, 2019

    Preparation time: 15 minutes

    Cooking time: 10 minutes

    Serves: 4 

     

    Ingredients

    1 cup refined flour

    ¼ cup semolina

    3 tbsp ghee

    ½ cup beetroot puree

    1 tbsp goney 

    4-5 large gulab jamun 

    Oil, for frying 

    1 tsp cardamom powder

    Preparation

    • In mixing bowl, add refined flour, semolina, ghee and mix well. Add beetroot puree, honey and start kneading into dough. Divide the dough into equal portions and make smooth round ball. 
    • Crumble the gulab jamun in medium large chunks. Stuff gulab jamun in the prepared dough balls and smooth it out. 
    • Deep fry the kachories in oil, on medium heat till nice and crisp. Remove on kitchen towel and drain the excess oil.
    • Sprinkle cardamom powder over the kachories and serve hot.

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