This is another version of Sindhi lolo made with jaggery instead of sugar. Using jaggery is a better
option too. We usually make this as a prashad on Poonai (Guru Poornima ) day to break our fast.
Wheat flour ... 5 cups
Jaggery . 250 gms (about 1 and 1/2 cups after crushing)
Ghee / oil ... as needed (you can use half and half too mixed together if you think only ghee will be heavy )
1. Crush the jaggery. Cook it adding about 2 cups water on low flame until it melts. Remove the impurities. Strain and set aside to cool.
2. Take the flour in a big bowl and add about 1/4 cup ghee or oil and mix well. When you take a small portion in your hand and press it like a muthiya it should be firm and not crumble. This is the test that the ghee (moin ) is sufficient.
3. Now add the melted jaggery syrup little by little and make a stiff dough.
4. Divide the dough into 5 or 6 portions. Roll each portion into a thick roti.
5. Shallow fry it on a griddle spooning a little ghee or oil on low flame until it is crisp and done.
See the procedure of making lolo in the video
Thanks Linsy Patel.Delete
I don't think of roti being sweet - what a great idea!ReplyDelete
Yes Heidi... we do have many kinds of sweet rotis in Indian Cuisine.Delete
Wow I am making it this Satam only have to buy flour and belan and chakla ��ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking and wanting to try it out.Delete