Chiroti is a popular sweet dish from the State of Karnataka, India which is deep fried in oil and served with Badami Halu. Chiroti is made from a mixture of refined flour, fine semolina, ghee and rice flour. Badami Halu refers to one of Karnataka's refreshing beverage prepared with milk and crushed almonds.

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