Delicious LUCHI Recipe
In this article, we will look at how luchi is prepared.
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Kadai / deep frying pot
maida (all-purpose flour)
Ghee/oil for deep frying
Mix all purpose flour, salt, ghee and water to make the dough.
Add water little by little while kneading the dough.
Divide the dough into equal portions and roll them into balls.
Dip the balls slightly in water or oil to avoid sticking.
Roll out the balls into equal circular sizes with a rolling pin.
Heat some oil in a pan on high heat.
When the oil heats up, gently put in the luchi and fry. Let both sides fry. Use the slotted spoon to turn one side over when it is done frying.
When the luchi is ready, remove it from the fire and transfer it onto a plate or tray lined with a paper towel to drain excess oil.
Luchi is sometimes stuffed with aniseed, cumin seed, onion seeds, salt and sugar and this form of luchi is known as kochuri.
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