Mitho lolo-Sindhi sweet flatbread

Satain‘(7th day after Rakshabandhan) or saatam aatham is an important Sindhi festival.We celebrate this festival just before Janamashtami. This day we pray to Goddess Jogmaya or Sheetla mata for good health and prosperity. Thaar maata Thaar is a popular folk song with this festival.Mothers sing this prayer for the safety of kids from deadly diseases like small pox and measles.  We observe ‘Thado’.It means we consume cold food that day.As a mark of respect,we do not light the stove that day.Food is cooked a day earlier.Mitho lolo-sweet flatbread is one of the main recipes prepared for the festival.

Especially prepared are Sindhi flatbreads like Lolo,Chauthe,besani, koki,dal ja parantha.We also make matho, dahi boondisatpuras,nijji palak etc.We also eat Dahi bade and other milk based sweets like peda,kheer etc.

This is also a great travel recipe.It has natural sugar from jaggery which is also a good source of Iron and the goodness of Ghee for calcium.Also,good for toddlers to chew while teething in small amounts.

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Mitho lolo- sweet flatbread
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Mitho lolo- sweet flatbread

Ingredients

  • 2 cups whole wheat flour/atta
  • 3/4 cup jaggery/gud
  • 3/4 cup water/pani
  • 2 tbsp oil/ghee for the dough
  • 1 tbsp cardamom/elaichi powder

Instructions

  1. Take water at room temperature in a bowl. Add jaggery and crushed cardamoms.
  2. Let the jaggery dissolve completely.This will take 2-3 hours.
  3. In a bowl,first mix wheat flour and 2 tbsp desi ghee
  4. Pour the jaggery syrup little by little and knead it to a firm dough.
  5. Take a handful size dough and with a rolling pin roll it to a thick roti .
  6. Put it on hot griddle.
  7. Cook on lowest possible flame.Flip at regular intervals until brown patches appear on both sides.
  8. After removing from tawa,optionally apply a little more ghee over the lolo.
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