Dec 11, 2006

Madatha Kaja

Baking powder-1/4tsp
Oil for deep-frying
Rice flour-1/4cup
Crisco Shortening-4tbsp

Make a dough (as for chapatti) from Maida, baking powder, water & Crisco
Make sugar syrup with water & sugar & keep aside.
Mix 3tbsp of rice flour with melted gee & keep aside.
Now take a medium sized dough ball & roll it into thin roti
Spread the rice flour & ghee mixture over it & roll the roti tightly like a mat & cut into small pieces & press lightly.
Heat oil on medium heat & deep-fry them slowly to golden brown.
Remove & put them into sugar syrup let soak for at least 20mts, remove & let cool.


Seema Bhat said...

This madatha kaja looks soo much wanna gulp one of these
Thanx for sharing

shilpa said...

Never seen this dish before. Looks delicious. Looks something like chiroti.

USHA said...

Hi Radhika,

I love this sweet, after seeing the picture, felt like wanna pick one.

I like all your receipes, specially non.veg items.

புதுகைத் தென்றல் said...

while searching for the madatha kaja recipe i got u r blog address.

thanks for the elabarate post. will try as per u r method.

do visit our cooking blogs. (if u can read tamil u can enjoy this)

ARUNA said...

OMG my mouth is watering right now............i wish there was an indian sweet stall near by!!!

Anitha said...

what is crisco??


Anonymous said...

Crisco is brand name for the shortening. If you are in india then it is plain dalda/vanaspathi

Madhavi said...

looks good..nice recipe