Mar 15, 2011

Suruttai Poli ~ ICC

This month Srivalli Chose Suruttai Poli for ICC ..Thanks to Nithya's mom for sharing this recipe with us ...This is a new recipe to me ...wasn't that very confident in trying this recipe ...as Nithya gave a note saying frying part is bit tricky ...and we should roll it as quickly as possible,and we have to make sure the pooris are not crispy ....atlast I tried making this ...it came very perfect .Hope u will also enjoy making this ...





Ingredients needed : 
for stuffing :
  • Roasted Chana dal / Pottukadalai - 1 cup
  • Grated coconut - 1/2 cup
  • Powdered Sugar - 1/2 cup
  • Elachi powder 
  • Cashews - 10 
  • Ghee - little
for  Pooris : 
  • Maida 
  • Salt - a pinch
  • Oil for deep frying 
  • water








Method : 

In a kadai add little ghee and add broken cashews and fry them for few mins ...to that add grated coconut and fry it in low heat for few mins ...grind the roasted chana dal in to coarse powder to that add the fried cashews and coconut and powdered sugar and mix it well and set aside in a bowl add maida + salt and mix it well and just sprinkle water little by little and make a stiff dough and set aside for 10 mins ...and then,roll the pooris as thin as possible and keep it aside for 10 mins. this way the pooris get dried well and it will avoid puffing up while frying it heat oil in a kadai and fry the rolled pooris on both sides just for few secs. make sure u remove it immediately and place a spoonfull of stuffing and roll it tightly ...and keep it aside in a plate facing down then fry the next poori and continue the same ...if u have anyone for help , it will be bit easy as one can fry the pooris and the other one can do the stuffing and rolling part ...as I had to alone, I did one by one by turning the flame to low. Once it is cooled ..u can even store it for few more days ...

    18 comments:

    1. Wow.. they look perfect for the first try :) you seem to rock :)

      Looks like you have reduced the sugar and increased the coconut to suit your taste. Guess even that would be yummy and interesting. Will give it a shot your way sometime :)

      Hugs and thanks for trying :)

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    2. The polis have turned out perfect..

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    3. Looks like they turned out great!

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    4. they have come out great...yummy too!
      Smitha
      Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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    5. wow that was super fast comments by all of u ...thanks a lot friends..

      @ Nitya , Thanks a lot dear for the recipe ...yeah my husband is not that fond of sweets ...it's only me and my son ...so reduced sugar ...

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    6. so yummy poli.can be had any time.

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    7. they look yummy n perfect!...too good!

      Smitha
      Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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    8. They look delicious and nice recipe...

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    9. good try dear...turned out awesome..nice step by step clicks..
      Tasty appetite

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    10. Rolled polis looks absolutely marvellous...

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    11. this just came out perfect for you

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    12. They have turned out just like mine did, in terms of the rolling part. I clicked my picture too placing them similarly.
      I upped the pootukadalai while you've added more coconut:)

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    13. wonderful and yummy and looks delicious :)

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    14. lovely dish, never had them before' but sure it tastes good.

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    15. Perfect looking polis..very neatly done!


      US Masala

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    16. Thanks friends all credit goes to Nithi's mom and valli ...A special thanks to them again ...

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