Kutti - Punjabi Choori (Sweet Crumbled Indian Flat Bread)



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Hello Friends,

I'm back with one more breakfast recipe. This recipe is dedicated to my dad. As father's day is going to be celebrated on Sunday 19, 2016, so this is the best time to prepare and share all my dad's favorite recipes. Today's recipe is dads one of the most preferred breakfast dish...


Kutti aka Bori aka Punjabi Choori/ Churi is a sweet dish recipe made with crumbled Indian flat bread which is stir fried in butter or in a clarified butter i.e ghee and flavored with cardamom powder and garnished with dry fruits . Churi is a traditional sweet dish of Punjab, whereas Kutti aka Bori is an authentic breakfast recipe from Sindhi Cuisine. Preparation is more or less same except in the Sindhi Kutti recipe fresh chappati is used, whereas Punjabi Choori is prepared from fresh as well as left over chappati ..




Today's recipe is modified version of Sindhi Kutti (Bori).. As a food blogger we always want to add our own touch to make it more interesting and healthy..... Like in today's recipe I've used milk for kneading the chappati dough and used butter instead of ghee..


It is always advisable to use a piping hot chapati for this preparation and technique of crumbling piping hot chapati is very important in this recipe, as after removing piping hot chapati from tawa... fold it and then press it with the help of rolling pin and then use both your palms to crumble them into small pieces. .. As with camera in hand it was not possible for me to apply both my hands so I had torn them into small pieces... But best suited option for this recipe is to use your both palms and crumble it and that will give perfect and even crumbled chapati pieces.


My today's recipe is a healthy version of Kutti. The authentic recipe is prepared from Koki..... Sindhi Koki is a thick flat bread which is prepared with wheat flour and good quantity of ghee is used in this recipe which is called as Mohan... But, the kind of lifestyle we are living.... It's better to use ghee or butter in moderation..



☑ Let's get started with recipe details 

▫Preparation time 8-10 minutes 
▫Cooking time 10-12 minutes 
▫Type Breakfast 
▫Cuisine Indian 
▫Servings 2

☑Ingredients required 

▫250 grams Wheat Flour 
▫1 Cup Milk (preferably lukewarm)
▫5-7 tsp sugar or as per preference 
▫2-3 Cardamom or½ tsp cardamom powder
▫2tbsp butter / ghee
▫5-7 almonds


☑Method

✔Step 1 Dough Kneading

◾Combine wheat flour and butter, add milk and prepare a soft dough like we prepare for chapati. Leave it to rest for 3-5 minutes.

✔Step 2 Make chappatis

◾Divide the dough into 6 equal proportions. 

◾Roll out each portion as a ball.

◾ Take rolling pin, roll each ball into a circle of approximately 5 inch diameter. 

◾Then heat a flat griddle pan on a medium heat, place the rolled out chapati. .

◾Cook on both the sides until nicely cooked and brown spots appear on both the sides. 

◾Take out from tawa, fold it, roll again with a rolling pin and then crumble it with the help of your palms.. 

◾Repeat this above process till the complete dough is finished.

✔Step 3 Kutti preparation 

◾Heat a non stick frying pan over medium heat. 

◾Add butter, when it is melted, add crushed cardamom or cardamom powder and stir fry for 5-10 seconds.. 

◾Add crumbled chapati pieces and sugar.

◾Mix it well and stir fry on a slow flame for 2-3 minutes... Now turn off the gas stove... 


◾Our Kutti is ready to dish out. Serve hot with papad and garnish it with chopped almonds or nuts of your selection... Serve immediately.



Comments

  1. Very rich and yummy!!
    cool pics too...

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    1. Thanks a lot my dear friend Anu. 😊

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  2. Very interesting. Looks amazingly delicious and lovely clicks!

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  3. Kutti looks so classic, rich and delicious. It sounds like crumbly Churma to me! I bet it tasted awesome.

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    1. Yes Anu absolutely rightπŸ‘you can say instant version of churma. Thank you so much dear.😊

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  4. Looks tempting! Great way to make kids eat rotis.

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  5. Such a sinfully delicious dish! I am surely going to try this for my kids. Thanks for share. Bookmarking.
    Vaishali Gupta.

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  6. This is a wonderful recipe! Looking tempting and delicious!


    Seema Pandey.

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  7. New recipe to me... Never even heard about this... Bookmarking

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  8. Wonderful dessert for father s day. Looks scrumptious

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  9. It looks so yummy, we called it meethi churi and we used desi-ghee in it I love your delicious idea of adding full of nuts into it.. Awesome share dear Deepa, Loved it :)

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    1. Yes Jolly, you are absolutely right dear, same here.. we also add ghee in this preparation, but I've replaced it with butter... and it worked beautifully in this recipe. And nuts, especially almonds goes in most of our sweet preparations. Thanks Jolly.πŸ˜†πŸ‘

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