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Puran Poli

This is my favorite Indian sweet which makes me drool whenever I see them.The sweets in India is famous throughout the world for its wide range of products like ‘Rasogolla’ and ‘to savory snacks like murukku. Indian sweets consist of milk, sugar and flour based confectioneries. Most of the sweet has a particular taste and takes a long time to prepare. These sweet stuffs come in various shapes, colors and sizes which are normally prepared during festive occasions and ceremonies. Indians tends to believe that every happy occasion is marked with the distribution of sweets. which improve and strengthen the bond between two hearts with their mouth-watering tastes.

Puran Poli


1 cup - all purpose flour

1 cup - bengal gram dal

1 cup - grated jaggery

1/2 cup - grated coconut

1/2 tsp - cardamom powder

pinch of turmeric powder

Preparation Method

Mix flour, turmeric and 1 tbsp of vegetable oil- mix well and add water as needed to make into a soft dough. Pressure cook the dhal and keep aside. Transfer the dhal to a saucepan along with jaggery, coconut and cardamom powder. Mix well until the jaggery melts and pulse into a smooth mixture. Keep aside.

Make a small ball out of the prepared dough and the dhal mixture. Roll out the dough and place the dhah mixture in the middle. Gather all the end to the centre and pinch together. Press and rolled into a ball and roll out as thinly as u can. Heat the tava on medium flame, spread some ghee and cook till golden brown.


Vrinda said…
Its my Kerala its made with sugar instead of jaggery,Merry x'mas and Happy Holidays...
Priya Suresh said…
My fav...send me sone...Merry Xmas and Happy new year wishes to u and ur family..
Jaleela Kamal said…
poli enakku rompa pidiththathu

happy new year
Nithya said…
I just love this soooo much.. :) yummmm

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