Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Pala Puri (Milk Poori)

Ingredients:
1 cup Maida/All purpose flour
2 cups Boiled milk
1/2 cup Cashews+Almonds
1/4 cup shredded coconut(optional)
1 tbsp Poppy seeds(Gasalu/Khuskhus)
5 tbsp Sugar
1 tsp Ilachi/Cardamom powder
Oil for deep fry
Fistful Sooji Rava

Directions:

1. Take a bowl, add maida and sooji. Mix well with water and prepare a soft dough. Let it rest for atleast 2 hours.
2. Soak cashews, almonds, coconut and poppy seeds in milk for about half an hour then make a fine paste of it. Add milk if needed.
3. Add sugar, Ilachi powder and above paste to the boiled milk and keep aside.


4. Make lemon size balls with the dough and press them like puris. Half fold them and deep fry the puris one by one. As soon as you remove folded puri from oil, dip it completely in the milk mixture and rest it for 5 mins. Remove and place it in a plate. Repeat the same with each folded puri and finally pour the left over milk mixture top of the puris collected in the plate.
5. Let them soak for atleast an hour, garnish with sliced almonds and serve.


*We welcome your valuable suggestions/comments on this Recipe*

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15 comments:

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  2. Hey its really tasty.. I like it... So much...

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  3. really very delicious.....................

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  4. suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuper :) very delicius

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  6. THE PHOTO ITSELF IS SO TEMPTING.. DEFINETLY GONNA TRY THIS RECIPE

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    1. Thanks Rao try the recipe and give your feedback after trying

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  7. Neelima kantrapatiOctober 21, 2012 at 5:31 AM

    You might want to add a little saffron to the boiling milk mixture. it will give a nice glowing touch.

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    1. Thanks neelima for your suggestion. Next time when i will do palapuri i will try by adding saffron to it.

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  8. We only need to make this with maida, or even wheatflour can be used?

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    1. We can do it with both maida and wheatflour

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