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Thursday, October 22, 2009

                As I always make Suzhiyan for Diwali,the pooranam(stuffing) I always  make a bit more than needed and keep refrigerated. After few days I make poli which is my hubby’s favorite. I am not an expert in rolling poli,but I have improved than before now!  Thanks to Jugalbandhi,which have a good pictorial  to learn the technique and have drool worthy and professional pictures as well :)

Poli

Ingredients:

(Makes 5-6 medium poli)

Maida / All purpose flour 1 cup
Pooranam(Stuffing) As needed
Oil/Ghee 4-5 tblsp
Luke warm milk As needed
Salt As needed

Refer this post Suzhiyan for the preperation of the pooranam/stuffing.

Method:

  1. Mix oil and salt in the flour and mix thoroughly.
  2. Add luke warm milk and make into a smooth dough just like our chapati dough and keep covered for 1 hr to  3 hrs.
  3. Make equal sized ball of dough and the pooran too.
  4. Roll the dough ball to a thick circle and place the pooran ball in the middle and cover it as shown in the picture.
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  6. Dust with flour and roll carefully till the dough spreads and covers the pooran as a thin layer.
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  8. Heat tawa and grease with ghee/oil and cook on both sides till golden brown spots appear on both sides of the poli.
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  10. Top with butter if desired and enjoy hot.

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59 comments:

  1. Wow nice step by step pictures.My hubby and daughter loves this.But due to laziness i do only during occasions.:P
    Excellent click.

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  2. I just love this, gorgeous clicks as usual Raks!

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  3. looks yumm..i usually use wheat flour for the outer covering..

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  4. nice one. i use rice flour along with all purpose flour for the poli.

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  5. Excellent step by step pic...
    My mum makes the covering with Wheat flour also occasionally.. They taste good too.

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  6. We make this in a different way completely dear...
    urs look yummy too....I love to eat the poornam just like that..:)
    loved that butter pic.

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  7. Delicious.. Gorgeous pics.

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  8. That looks very lovely esp butter on top of it...so yummy raks

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  9. Gosh, you got my craving for Poli started with your fab pics!! Surely delicious!

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  10. Yummy Poli, I just love this. Your pictures are so.. tempting. awesome click asusual.

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  11. aah this is my fav..but always hestitant(scared actually ;) ) to roll any stuffed ones...looks so yummy raji

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  12. My hubby's fav item...So nice and beautiful clicks.

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  13. My Mom's an expert in this and to an extent me too, a quick suggestion, try adding more wheat flour and less maida to the dough, it tastes much better, and art is kneading the dough...

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  14. Wow..the poli looks super yummy..we make something similar in holi

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  15. nice click..it looks so yummy!!!

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  16. perfect polis dear.......yummy yum...

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  17. Awesome dish and gorgeous click

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  18. Very delicious. Oh! I feel like having now itself. Lovely presentation with yummy picture!!
    Am absoultely smitted by all your works!!Really lovely blog!!enjoying ur posts.
    Cheers.

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  20. hmm I love puranpoli.. I made it for diwali too, but made it with sugar..

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  21. wow looks superb.awesome click as always

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  22. Wow! poli is my all time favorite. Looks great dear, photos with step by step explanation was really interesting!

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  23. Yummy....very tempting...save one for me

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  24. My husbands fav too. Elaborate procedure though. We get the frozen ones here and I go for them most of the time...nothing to beat the homemade taste.

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  25. Suyian is classic for Deepavali but the stuffing is different in my house!
    Doing poli with the leftover stuffing is a nice idea!

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  26. Awesome pictures. I love the way you click your pictures raks.They look so neatly done. I love Poli and they have come out so perfect!

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  27. Beautiful pics and presentation..

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  28. Love puran poli.. Looks so gud and festive !!

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  29. An Award is waiting for u at my blog:)

    Puran Poli looks perfect and adorable...

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  30. tempting...tempting...tempting!! I can't stop myself from grabbing one from the pic. Perfect polis with tempting pics :)

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  31. yummmyy....Wonderful presentation.

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  32. so perfect, confused which am I to look first, the poli's perfect pictures or the recipe :)))??? looks absolutely delicious!!

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  33. very nice, raji. we add a pinch of manjal podi to the dough to get yellow colour. who can resist these?

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  34. That's a pretty dish yaa!Its been so long since i peeped into any blog.
    Missed blogging so much but i'm back now after a break. Do check my new Temptation when u find time.

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  35. i've been meaning to try this too, following JB :)

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  36. I love poli,my will do it nicely,i never tried,ur version looks good

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  37. Wow..poli looks delicious:).

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  38. Wow Raaji .. wondeful post ! In Marathi we call this Puran Poli and it sure is my fav !!!
    Loved your snaps !!

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  39. Hmm , looks very nice..Sen likes thin poli ..I am trying to make it thin nowadays.Me too follow J&B as u said :)

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  40. Either top it with butter or tear off in the middle and pour hot ghee....pure relish. Nice poli RAKS!

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  41. your photos and step by step procedure looks awesome too.

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  42. Hi Raks,
    I use wheat flour and sweet stuffing to make sweet chapathis...
    the pictorial looks superb dear!

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  43. Hi, you hav such a lovely blog :)

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  44. I made sushiyam too :) nice blog you have got.. . just started my new cooking blog !

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  45. Wow! looks delicious

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  46. Fantastic step by step instructions!

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  47. Yummy Poli, I justlovethis.Excellent step by step pic...Awesome Raji!

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  48. This is such a favorite of mine... really looks too tasty!

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  49. Hello... hope you had a fun filled Diwali !
    The blasts are still on ;)
    There is this lovely award waiting for you @ my blog, Please do collect it :)

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  50. Looks so yummy, nice click.

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  51. This is one of my fav. sweet.. the pic is awesome! Nice one!

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  52. poli looks yummy yummy...my mother does it often...i need a help from u.. can i hv the ratio for idly batter im so struggling wit it

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  53. cam we make poli with wheat flour?

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