Monday, October 17, 2011

Kesari Poli

Today its our 2nd day of blogging marathon,do check my other blogger buddies running this wonderful blogging marathon with me here, am gonna a share one of my mom's signature dish whenever there were some leftover kesaris after some parties or relative's visits, she usually turn them the next day as these polis..Its been ages i had them,since this weekend we had some visits to our home i was very much busy in cooking,preparing sweets and home made chocolates for kids.. For sweets i prepared  rava kesari which everyone loved it very much, we planned to recieve 10 peoples but finally two of them couldnt able to come to our small get together, obviously few kesaris were sitting in my fridge sadly, yesterday i prepared them as this delicious polis for our evening snacks and my teddies enjoyed thoroughly having this delicious and quite addictive kesari poli..

I thought i have already posted my kesari recipe in my space but while going to the recipe index,i was surprised to see that i have nt still posted my version of rava kesari,so here comes both the kesari and kesari poli post, enjoy friends..

Rava Kesari:


1cup Roasted rava
2cups Milk
1cup Sugar
2tbsp Ghee
Few cashew nuts
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Orange food colour

Bring boil the milk and sugar both together, gradually add the roasted rava,food colour and stir continously in medium flame until they turns thick..meanwhile heat the ghee, fry the cashew nuts until they turns slightly brown and pour the roasted cashew-ghee mixture to the cooking kesari,add the cardamom powder and stir until the kesari get off from the vessel..

Spread the kesari in a greased plate and cut as desire..

Kesari poli:


2cups Maida
2pinches Turmeric powder
Salt
1tsp Oil (for kneading)
Ghee or oil (for cooking)
2cups Leftover kesari

Knead the maida,turmeric powder,oil and salt with enough water as a soft and stiff dough,keep aside with a wet towl for few minutes..Roll out golf sized medium sized balls from the dough..Grease a plastic sheet, roll the dough and place the kesari,wrap the dough around the kesari,roll it as a round pancakes..

Heat few drops of oil or ghee, drop gently the rolled polis and cook on both sides until they get well cooked..Enjoy warm..


49 comments:

  1. Yum these kesari poll are something we've never heard of, maybe we will have an attempt now that we are in Mysore!

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  2. very colorful kesari n nice poli..

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  3. That's a very nice left over makeover Priya.

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  4. Wow,cool idea priya,sure will be nice!

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  5. Loved the rich color!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  6. Kesari poli sounds so good and that was a brilliant idea to use leftover ...Your ideas rock dear

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. wow really tempting sweet,love the idea totally...luks delicious...

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  8. That's a nice idea to use up left over kesari...looks very yum

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  9. Nice idea to make polis with leftover kesari..looks inviting!!

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  10. Mmmm...so different to me. Sounds fantastic!

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  11. Delicious poli and kesari looks mouthwatering!!

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  12. loved the easiness of this recipe..

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  13. Yum, wonderful flavors! They sound delicious:)

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  14. We do make this sweet and it is called Sojjiappam.One of my fav..

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  15. My MIL makes these but I hvn't tried them yet as whenever I prepare kesari it disappears even before I think about setting some aside :)

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  16. Very innovative Priya..and wonder of so many recipes you have not posted kesari!!!..shocking to say the least..lol..

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  17. awesome recipe dear....love it!

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  18. OMG... Priya, how you think of such innovative recipes... I am really stunned....

    Today only I saw your other blogs of craft.... you have such a wonderful talent.... May I ask you one thing.... why you didnot continue that blogging....

    Want to see more on craft blog too....

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    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  19. Same pinch Priya, I too realised only today that I haven't posted something and kesari at that! looking to post soon. And Hats off for making it a filling into poli!

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  20. nice idea Priya...poli looks simply delicious n tempting...

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  21. délicieuse recette j'adore
    à bientôt

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  22. Ohh wow this reminds me of obbattu..and I'm sure kids would have loved it!!

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  23. A very thoughtful creation Priya.Your polis looks fresh from heaven.I need some right now !

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  24. love this idea of kesari poli. brilliant.

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  25. rava kesari looks fantastic but never thought of making kesari poli..good and healthy way to use leftover kesari

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  26. rava kesari and poli looks delicious.

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  27. this is one of my favorite recipes...just because its so easy! yum!

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  28. love it dear! and looks awesome too!

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  29. This is soo innovative! I never would have thought to stuff kesari into a Poli! It looks divine!

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  30. Wow.....that is a great idea to use the left over Kesari:-)....Poli looks delicious

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  31. Brilliant idea! Keasri looks awesome and the polis are also great...

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  32. wow Priya, the rava kesari looks so tempting wonder how would they ever become leftover

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  33. Very new to me,must be a delicious stuffing since it has the touch of a cooking Expert.Luv it Dear.Thank for dropping in.

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  34. wonderful idea, priya, thanks for sharing

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  35. Boli is always a weakness, though I have never tried making it at home. Should give this a try though. Great, mouthwatering pictures, as always :)

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  36. Boli is always a weakness, though I have never tried making it at home. Should give this a try though. Great, mouthwatering pictures, as always :)

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  37. Thats a great idea Priya...love any kind of sweet stuffing for polis!

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  38. OMG cant imagine the flavors.. awesome

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  39. I luv kesari and to prepare it in this way is really cool.Luv the idea.

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