Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Suruttai Poli ~~ IC Challenge

Our this month Indian Cooking Challenge goes for this delicious suruttai polis which means rolled polis...This suruttai poli was shared by Nithya's mom of 4th sense cooking, we have to say big thanks for sharing this wonderful rolled polis,which tastes marvellous and quite a new snack for us, i enjoyed making this suruttai polis and they vanished within few hours..This sweet goes for deep fried pooris and a delicious stuffing which gets ready truly very fast, yep the stuffing is prepared with roasted gram,sugar,coconut,cardamom powder and cashew nuts..We loved it..

Suruttai poli

For Filling:
1cup Roasted gram
1cup Sugar
1tsp Cardamom powder
1tbsp Coconut (grated)
1tsp Ghee
Few cashew nuts

Powder the roasted gram and sugar together,meanwhile break the cashews into small pieces, heat the ghee,roast the broken cashews and coconut,fry for few minutes, now take everything in a bowl,mix well..keep the filling aside..

For Polis:
1cup Maida
A pinch salt
Oil for frying

Mix the maida,salt in a bowl,add the water little by little and make a soft dough,leave aside for half an hour..makes small balls from the dough,roll them as medium sized circles,spread them on paper and leave it aside for few minutes, deep fry those pooris in hot oil, remove them when they get half cooked,but should nit puff up totally..

Fried pooris should be flexible and not brown or crispy..once remove them from oil,immediately spread the filling over the fried pooris and roll it tight..Arrange in a plate, these rolls will be soft when made,but they become crispy once they get cooled...Enjoy as snacks...

56 comments:

  1. Polis have cone out well... Looks crisp.

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  2. Polis are looking awesome priya..really they vanished so fast..fun isn't it.

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  3. polis look perfect priya. Loved the click

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  4. polis look perfect priya. Loved the click

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  5. Wow perfect and yummy too...looks very tempting

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  6. polis looks delicious n i am on way in making..

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  7. This is a completely new dish for me,

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  8. Poli looks soo yumm...I cudnt make it to this months challenge,,Hopefully i can try it out this weekend..

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  9. Looks great Priya. Perfect and mouthwatering

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  10. Haven't tasted this before,love the tempting click...

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  11. The ones I made vanished in couple of hrs:) Weren't these irresistible?

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  12. what a fun, delicious snack...love that filling!

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  13. perfect poli,came out very well!!

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  14. Love your polis. They look very crispy and delicious. I've got an award for you! Please come by and pick it up :)

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  15. மிகவும் அருமையாக இருக்கின்றது....

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  16. Looks very perfect priya,nice click too!

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  17. Looks perfect, Amma makes them but I have not tried them myself.

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  18. So yummy and look so perfect polis !!!

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  19. Poli sounds new to me but it really looks yummy!

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  20. Looks awesome dear,beautiful clicks.

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  21. Half fried first and then stuffed! Interesting. Looks delicious, Priya!

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  22. They look nice Priya. We enjoyed them too.

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  23. Never seen or eaten fried polis Priya. I love polis and I must try this one out.
    It looks like spring rolls.

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  24. I'm happy that you loved it and they look so perfect Priya :)

    Nothing is a hard task for such a great cook like you :)Hugs :)

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  25. These look beautiful and I'm sure they are delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  26. Polis are super inviting and quite a delightful preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  27. Delicious looking Polis.Nice picture too.

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  28. Feel like snapping them out of the picture and munching them up :)

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  29. yours have come out so well ...looks yummy

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  30. Tasty and crispy looking polis... Yummmm

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  31. Perfectly done Priya..Enna sollitu neenga nalla seidhu ennai tempt panreengalee..

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  32. Surrati poli looks delicious Priya.

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  33. looks too good...simple dessert

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  34. OMG what an awesome color. lovely clicks.

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  35. Wonderful polis. I am tempted to make one

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  36. Well rolled and as always very nicely cooked Priya!

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  37. They have come out so perfectly dear, love it :)

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