This dessert, that looks exotic, is made with refined wheat flour as the main ingredient and has a variety of ingredients giving it a rich flavour.
600g refined wheat flour (Maida)
20 cashew nuts
5 cherries (cut into four parts)
50g milk khoa
3 dates (de-seeded and finely chopped)
½ teaspoon cardamom powder
Oil/ghee as required
Lightly fry the cashew nuts and grind it coarsely in the mixer grinder.
To this, add the cherries, ghee, milk khoa, raisins, dates, cardamom powder and blend well.
Knead 500 grams of maida with ghee and water as needed, into a dough, similar to the dough for chappatis.
Cover the dough with a moist cloth and keep aside for half an hour.
Now take a little dough, dust it with maida and roll it out to the same size as a poori.
Take one rolled out chappati, and smear a little of the prepared mixture. Close with another chappati. Press the edges well and mark slits on it.
Heat ghee in a frying pan, and when it boils, add these and fry well. Remove and drain the oil.
Repeat until the entire dough has been used up.