Churma is a popular delicacy usually
served with baatis and dal. It is coarsely ground wheat crushed
and cooked with ghee and sugar. Traditionally it is made by mashing
up wheat flour baatis or left over rotis in ghee and jaggery.
Method of Preparation:
Melt 150 gms. of ghee and mix it in wheat flour. Make a stiff dough using
very little water. Heat the rest of the ghee in a kadahi. Make about 15-20
balls with the dough. Fry it on low flame till it becomes golden brown.
Churn it in grinder after it cools down. Mix khoya.
Heat 1 tbsp. ghee in kadahi. Add cardamom seeds and dalchini.
Add the above mixture of wheat flour and khoya. Fry it for one minute.
When it cools down, add sugar and chopped almonds. Mix well. Serve in
You can enjoy the taste of churma for 8-10 days if you
keep it in an airtight box.