Selroti | Nepali Style Bread | How to make Selroti | Nepali Style Bread
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About Selroti | Nepali Style Bread
Selroti is a Nepali traditional homemade bread which is sweet in taste. It is mostly prepared during Diwali. The main ingredient here is rice flour inclusive of other flavours. A semi liquid dough is prepared stirring all the ingredients which is then deep fried in hot ghee or oil. Selrotis are cooked in bulk and can be stored at room temperature for a couple of days.
Selroti | Nepali Style Bread is a delicious dish which is enjoyed by the people of every age group. The recipe by Manisha Goyal teaches how to make Selroti | Nepali Style Bread step by step in detail. This makes it easy to cook Selroti | Nepali Style Bread in your kitchen at home. This recipe can be served to 4 people. You can find this dish at most restaurants and you can also prepare Selroti | Nepali Style Bread at home. This amazing and mouthwatering Selroti | Nepali Style Bread takes 130 minutes for the preparation and 15 minutes for cooking. The aroma of this Selroti | Nepali Style Bread is so tempting that makes you want to eat it. When you want to prepare something very tasty and delicious for special occasion then Selroti | Nepali Style Bread is a good option for you. The flavour of Selroti | Nepali Style Bread is palatable and you will enjoy each and every bite of this. Try this Selroti | Nepali Style Bread and impress your family and friends.
Ingredients to make Selroti | Nepali Style Bread
- Rice flour - 1 cup + 1 tbsp
- All purpose flour - 2 tbsp
- Semolina (suji) - 1 tbsp
- Wheat flour (atta) - 3 tbsp
- Sugar - 4 tbsp
- Ghee - 2 tbsp
- Half ripe banana, mashed
- A pinch of baking powder
- Peppercorns, fennel seeds, cardamom (finely crushed) - 3 tbsp
- Fresh coconut, grated - 2 tbsp
- Milk as required
- Oil for frying
How to make Selroti | Nepali Style Bread
My Tip:You can increase the quantity of sugar if you prefer more sweetness. The breads can be kept for 2-4 days in room temperature but if you want them to give them a longer shelf life then use water instead of milk. Though the milk will give you softer breads.