Mar 15, 2011

Suruttai Poli

The recipe sounds like Kajjikayalu but shape lookes like rolled puri with a sweet filling.This is a very new recipe to me, Suruttai Poli this months Recipe for Indian cooking challenge,this recipe was shared by Nithya's mom a big thanks to her for this new and delicious recipe.when you making this polis one thing you have to keep in your mind is spread the filling and rool the puries when they are hot other wise they become crispy and you may not able to rool the puri.And don't fry the puri till golden color remove the puries white. Thank you Valli for choosing this recipe for this months challenge.

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Ingredients for the filling:--- Roasted gram (putnalu,Veyinchina senaga pappu, chetney pappu, daliya dal) Roasted gram --- 1 cup Sugar -- 1 cup Cashew nuts -- 20 Grated coconut -- 1 tab sp Ghee -- 1 tea sp Cardamom --- 3 Method for filling:--- 1. Chop cashew nuts in to small pieces. 2. Grind roasted gram,sugar, cardamom in to a coarse powder. 3. Heat ghee in fry pan add cashew pieces and fry till glonden then add grated coconut give anice stir,Remove from the heat immediately. 4. Add gram and sugar mixture to fried cashew,coconut mix wel to com bine every thing,cover and leave a side. Ingredients for papad(puri):-- Maida -- 1 cup(all purpose flour) Water -- for mixing the dough aprox.1/4 cup Salt -- a pinch Oil for frying 1. Take maida,salt mix wel to combine the add water little by little and knead a stiff dough. this should be in a puri dough consistency.Cover and leave it a side for 30 minutes. 2. Pinch a small potion from this dough and make golfe ball size balls. 3. Rol this balls in to thin circles,prick with a fork to make sure the puries shouldn't puff up when we fry them in ahot oil. 4. Roll all the puries and spread them on a paper,leave them aside for 10 minutes. 5.Heat oil in a deep frying pan till the smoking stage the reduce the heat and slowly drop the puries in to the hot oil. 6. Turn the puri other side make sure that the didn't change the color they must be in white in color. They shoul be flexible when you remove from the oil not crispy. 7.Remove from the oil and spread 1 tab sp filling immediately on the puri and roll it tightly and place it fold side down in a serving plate.

15 comments:

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

yummy poli,love it...

sowmya's creative saga said...

have to try this sometime..looks yumm..

Sharmilee! :) said...

Looks crispy n yummy

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Delicious poli...

Prathibha said...

Love this..looks just perfect

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Wanted to try this since I saw it all blogs those who participated in ICC...Looks really lovely...

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Smitha said...

they came out perfect!..perfect challenge!
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savitha ramesh said...

so sweet.Puran poli looks yummy.

Ila said...

looks awesome and love t :)

Torviewtoronto said...

yummy sweet

Archana Vivek said...

Nice to know that we are going to be in the same group of 7 days of marathon by srivalli. You have a nice space.

Smita said...

lovely sweets.....nice to know that we will be in the same group of 7 day marathon of srivalli.

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Mehjabeen Arif said...

it looks too good..

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Srivalli said...

Gosh this has come out well Padma..looks like I missed out checking out some of your ICC posts..:)