Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Paal Poli -பால் போளி - Stuffed pooris- Tamil New Year recipes

     Wishing all my friends ,bloggers and well wishers a "Happy Tamilk New year" in advance.This dish , I discovered recently, due to some accident in my kitchen. I was preparing paal gova , but unfortunately, it was hard and become like mawa. I didn't want to waste it, as it tasted yumm. When I was googling some recipes with mawa stuffing, because, I know these mawa can be stuffed inside rotis. Stumbled upon Aart's space. It had the exact dish, which I was looking for. Without any delay, prepared theses pooris and indulged in its taste.This dish is prepared authentically for any festival. Actually, these pooris are served as such without filling. But it tasted heavenly with the filling. I also stuffed these sweetened mawa in rotis , it was too good . I served these stuffed rotis without the rabdi, kids loved it.



Preparation time:  10 mins
Cooking time     :  10 mins
Yield                  :  10

Ingredients:
1.Maida                 -         1 cup
2.Rava                   -          2 tbsp
3.Baking soda         -          a pinch
4.Sugar                   -          1 tbsp
5.Sweetened mawa -         1/4 cup
6.Oil                        -         1 tsp + more for frying
7.Salt                       -        as needed
8.Water                   -         as needed
9.Nuts                      -      for garnishing


For Rabdi :
1.Whole milk        -        3 cups
2.Sugar                 -         3 tbsp
3.Cardamom pwdr-         a pinch


Method:
* First let us prepare the rabdi. Take milk in a bowl, bring it to boil. Now turn the heat to low and let the milk reduces to half. At last add sugar and cardamom powder. Check the sugar and adjust it according to your taste. Keep this ready.
* Take a mixing bowl, add all the ingredients except mawa. Knead it well and set it aside for 10 minutes. Roll it on a dusted flour , into thin rotis. Use a big cookie cutter and cut out thin pooris.
* Take the sweetend mawa, place each teaspoon on the poori. Leave out some space in the outer edge. Wet the edges of the poori with little water.Take another rolled poori and stick  it on top of the poori. Seal it properly, if  not the filling will come out, while frying it.We can also use a fork and press the edges slightly to give it a design.
* Fry the pooris in medium hot oil. Drain them  well on a paper towel. When the pooris are still hot, drop them in the rabdi. Let it soaked for atleast 10 minutes. Garnish them with some nuts and serve them chilled.


Notes:
* The pooris has to be sealed well, if not the filling will come out ,while frying.
* We can also stuff the filling on rotis and give it as sweet rotis to kids. They will love it.
* The pooris has to be soaked well ,before serving.
* Rabdi should be in pouring consistancy.
* We can also stuff with any filling like dry fruits,paal gouva.
* These pooris can be stored in fridge for atleast a day.
* When soaking the pooris, either one should be hot, either the rabdi or the poori. Both should not be hot, then the pooris will become soggy.



21 comments:

Veena Theagarajan said...

looks yummy!

prethika skm said...

Awesome post...really tempting me to grab that bowl..

Torviewtoronto said...

looks wonderful

Magees kitchen said...

I Just stepped into ur blog....it looks fabulous and...Now am ur follower..... if u find time do look into my blog....

Shama Nagarajan said...

super drooling recipe

Ranjani Raj said...

nicely made recipe.. you did a beautiful presentation...

Resna Nishad said...

Wow it looks super yummy....

Shobana Vijay said...

Wow..mouth watering..Happy new dear savitha.

Kalpana Sareesh said...

yummy one,..

Farin Ahmed said...

Looks yummy dear

nandoos Kitchen said...

nice yummy paal poli..

Sathya Priya said...

paal poli looks delicious .

Swathi Iyer said...

Delicious palpoli, Happy tamilnewyear.

Priya Suresh said...

Interesting stuffing, we make simple pooris and serve along with sweetened milk, this sounds quite different.

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Love this all time !

Anu s kitchendelights said...

Wow, it looks scrumptious...you have a wonderful collection of recipes and i am glad that you stopped by my blog for such wonderful comment. Happy to follow you and keep in touch. Thanks.

Wer SAHM said...

yummy and i totally fall in love to tis recipe...

Vimitha Anand said...

Looks super tempting dear

radha said...

Happy New Year to you too. And sometimes accidents can result in amazing discoveries.

Suja Manoj said...

Wow beautiful recipe dear,will surely try this.

Nupur UK-Rasoi said...

I can only imagine how delicious this dish must have tasted !! We have something similar in North but both things separate ! Gujhiya and Rabdi.. love the combo

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