Satori are light and flaky stuffed flatbread sweets of which the stuffing is primarily made of khoya (sweetened milk solids) and ghee (clarified butter) while the cover uses refined flour, semolina and chickpea flour. First, khoya is shallow fried in ghee and kept aside. Second, poppy seeds and dry dates powder are fried in ghee, allowed to cool and then ground into a powder. The stuffing is prepared by mixing the khoya and the powdered preparation into a homogeneous mixture along with castor sugar and some milk. Finally, the flatbread sweets are prepared by frying the stuffed dough in some more ghee.
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