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Monday, April 12, 2010

Poli Recipe /Yellow Moongh Dhal Poli /Puran Poli Recipe /Obbattu Recipe / Bobbatlu Recipe

Celebrating my 600th post with this sweet.Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Yellow Moongh Dhal Poli /Puran Poli Recipe /Obbattu Recipe / Bobbatlu Recipe
Stuffing ingredients
Boiled,drained & mashed yellow moongh dhal-1 cup
Brown sugar-1 cup
Cardamom powder-1 & 1/2 tsp
(Mix all above ingredients together.Make sure there is no water in the dhal)
Covering ingredients
Maida-1 cup
Salt a pinch
Yellow food colour(optional)-little
Ghee-2tsp
(make a soft dough with the above ingredients with water)
Ghee or oil to cook the poli
Method
Take a small ball of dough flatten them.Take some filling place it side,cover it completely.Carefully roll out the dough into thick puris making sure the filling does not come out.Cook on a tawa both sides till light brown pouring ghee around it.
Note;
a) Do not compromise on ghee,otherwise the poli will become hard & dry.
b) Make sure your filling/poornam is dry,otherwise it come out while making poli.
c) The above polis are Tamilnadu style.
d) Just before serving heat slightly,smear some ghee on top & serve.
e) Only ghee can also be used for frying the poli.

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25 comments:

  1. I loveeeeeee paruppu poli.. Looks so yummm :) we made this for ugadhi :) In spite of it I am feeling so tempted now :)

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  2. looks so yummy..delicious poli.I am planning to prepare this for tamil new year.

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  3. Hmmmmmmmmmmm!you have come a very long way congrats on ur 600th post and just keep on rocking and posting new dishes.By the way I saw ur comment for my radish pickle and sorry it was an error that my post got published 2 times by mistake. Now my radish pickle is published with picture and the recipe as well.

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  4. Oh wow 600th post..you rock girl!! Congrats and poli looks tempting!!

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  5. Congrats on ur 600th post, poli looks fantastic and delicious..

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  6. Poli looks fantastic dear. Congrats and best wishes for a great blogging.

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  7. Quite a milestone! Congrats! Lovely Poli.

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  8. wht's the occasion pa..these are my fav and i just love them so much but very lazy to prepare them..supera irrkku

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  9. wow.. nice recipe.. looks delicious..

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  10. These poli look delicious and simply mouth watering.
    Many many congrats your 600th post.

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  11. congrats on 600th post, Poli looks really good.

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  12. One of my all time favorite dessets!. Love it!
    Oh wait... 600!!! wow! Congratulations girl!

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  13. Hey congrats sailaja.. wonderful wonderful wonderful in reaching 600th post... Its really great achievement and this is apt treat for the occasion.

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  14. congratulations on your 600th post !!!! and wonderful recipe

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  15. Congrats on your 600th post, and lovely poli

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  16. congrats on ur 600th post!! and the polis looks delicious!!

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  17. congrats on ur 600th post dear.......polis looks yummy

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  18. Its a complete new recipe with moongdal..thanks for ssharing dear....

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  19. I love them so much... It is just killing me now.... How can I get a bite right away!!!!! Awesomely made & awesomely clicked too.... PERFECT!!!!

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  20. Congrats Sailaja on your 600th post.

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  21. Congrats my dear....i dono how u made it upto 600 posts in so short time, i cud never do it...hats off to u...I have an award and meme waiting for u at my spce...please collect it dear..

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  22. I am a big fan of poli. Love your recipe. But never tried with moongdal . Sure do try next time.

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  23. I love this poli but I feel lazy to make them Sailaja. Congrats on your 600 posts. I am amazed at how much you have blogged. Good job and happy new year.

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