Friday, January 13, 2012

Kadalaiparuppu Poli / Puran Poli


Ingredients
Channa Dhal-1cup
Jaggery-1 to 1/4cup (adjust according to your sweet tooth! :) )
Elaichi-3
Dry coconut powder-1 tablespoon
Ghee-2 tablespoons

All purpose flour/Maida -1cup
Rice Flour-1tablespoon
Rava/Sooji -2 teaspoons
Water-1/2cup
Salt- a pinch
Turmeric powder -1/4teaspoons
Oil/ghee-1tablespoon

Method
Combine the all purpose flour,turmeric powder,rice flour,rava,salt in a wide bowl, mix well, add the water and knead it into a soft dough.Add the oil/ghee and knead it again for a few minutes.
Coat the dough with little oil and keep it covered for at least 20 minutes.

Pressure cook the channa dhal with enough water for 3whistles. Open the cooker and drain the dhal and let it cool.

Grind the dhal with elaichi. (without adding water).

Heat the jaggery with 1/4cup of water on low heat it till the jaggaery dissolves. Strain the impurities if any, then add the mashed dhal. Mix it well.

Now add the coconut powder,give a quick stir and put off the flame. Let the mixture cool completely. Then make small balls and keep aside.
Make small balls out of the all purpose flour, flatten them a little bit and stuff the channa dhal. Repeat the process and finish off.
Heat a griddle on medium heat..flatten the poli's with your fingers.
Cook them with drizzling the ghee on both sides, till the poli's turn nice golden color.
Let the poli's cool completely then transfer them to an airtight box. They tastes great on the next day. Stays good at room temperature for 1-2 days..if you are keeping it for more time, keep it refrigerated.
Soft delicious poli's are ready! Enjoy! :)
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Thanks to all my readers & friends for your support during the last couple of years!
Looking forward to share more recipes from my kitchen!
Thank You!
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15 comments:

  1. Wow! Congrats on entering your third year in the blogosphere! Many more happy returns to your blog! :) The polis look first class, Mahi. Sweet kadalaiparuppu polis not only suit the occasion, they make my mouth water right now. :D

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  2. Congrats dear....poli looks so soft and tempting...

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  3. congrats....poli luks delicious ......tempting too

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  4. Congrats on your blog's third year. Poli looks simply delicious.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Congrats on ur milestone...polis look delicious..i love these..

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  6. Congrats on ur blog anniversary Mahi,puran poli looks super marvellous..

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  7. Congrats dear...keep up the great works...Poli looks superb..

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  8. delicious and perfectly done poli..

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  9. Yen iniya Pongal Nalvaazhuthukkal to you too, Mahi! :)

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  10. wow ! super,seythu thanthaal saappidalaam.

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  11. Delicious Poli Mahi. Happy pongal to you

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  12. Mahi, Paghu vellam was available at the time of diwali,not now but it was bit sour in taste when I made the poli with paaghu vellam.That's why I used the brown urundai vellam for sakkara pongal.

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  14. Congrats on the milestone! the poli/obbatu looks soft & delecious. perfect for the occasion :)

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