Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Meethe Pude - Haryana Special

Haryana, is an integral part of Punjab, obviously one can find the touch of Punjabi cuisine in this cuisine. Haryana cuisine is called as Haryanvi cuisine and the food prepared under this cuisine will go for good and pure food, their food goes for simple preparation as much as their civilization. The state of Haryana is named as 'Land of Rotis' coz the natives cant resists themselves from Rotis. Haryanvi foods which goes into the stomach gives a satisfying feeling and obviously any eater can relish this food without any fuss.The most important wealth of Haryana is their milk and milk products. Tea and Buttermilk are the local drinks. Haryana's Thandai is the local delight which is a sweet drink made from milk.Few dishes are very much popular among the Haryanvi natives coz they are prominently agriculteurs,bajra ki khichdi,a whole millet porridge is a famous dish eaten along with ghee.  Aloo ki tikki is prepared with mashed potato, stuffed with spicy lentils, this tikki is relished with tamarind chutney is an another famous dish here. Mixed Dal,a dal dish prepared with a mixture of spiced pulses is eaten with ghee are served along with traditional breads include chapattis and pooris.Teet Ka Achar is also famous which is made up of Kair Tree.Since Haryana's wealth is milk and milk products, many of their desserts are prepared with milk and their lists goes for a long.

Actually i was searching for a dessert from Haryanvi cuisine, but finally i ended up with a easy breezy pancakes like sweet dosas called Meethe Pude, i picked this quick sweet Haryanvi style pancakes from Mitha's space, seriously this dish is simple to prepare,easy to cook and you will enjoy each and every bite of this delicious meethe pude. Fennel seeds added in this recipe will gives an excellent flavour while having this sweet thick dosas and i loved it. A simple sweet dosas gets ready in a jiffy with simple ingredients.You can serve this sweets pancakes simply with Thandai or else with honey, but my choice is honey definitely.Sending to my own event Healthy Diet-Cooking with Wholegrains guest hosted by Nupur.

Recipe Source: Healthy Cooking With Mitha
1cup Wheat flour
1/2cup Jaggery
1cup Water
1/2tsp Fennel seeds
1/4tsp Cardamom powder
Ghee or oil for cooking

Melt the jaggery with a cup of water, strain the jaggery syrup and let it cool.

Add the wheat flour to the syrup,mix well.

Batter will be bit thick, add half cup of water and mix the batter as much as like pancake batter, keep aside for half an hour.

Now add the fennel seeds, cardamom powder,mix well.

Heat enough ghee or oil in a pan.

Pour a ladle of the batter, drizzle oil or ghee and cook in medium flame. Cook on both sides until the pancakes gets well cooked.

Serve warm with yogurt or honey.

48 comments:

Eliza Lincy said... Reply To This Comment

My mom used to prepare this same dish without adding fennel seeds. Its our childhood Favourite dish even now too ;-)I love the caramel taste of the jaggery in this dish.

Nivedhanams Sowmya said... Reply To This Comment

so similar to our vella dosai!!! super delicious and yummm

Sony P said... Reply To This Comment

delicious and different recipe !!

nandoos Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! vella dosa looks super. We too make it without fennel seeds. Sometimes add scraped coconut to it. Lovely!

Maha Gadde said... Reply To This Comment

happy to know abt new dishes n this is very interesting...

Magees kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

This is my fav....we make it without fennel seeds

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Yea I read about this when I was searching..very good choice!..and kids might love this..

thelady8home said... Reply To This Comment

That's a nice recipe Priya :)

Janani said... Reply To This Comment

Wow yumm never thought they add fennel in sweet intresting one Priya

Light Food Desire said... Reply To This Comment

This is the easiest and the fastest breakfast for my kids,and they love this pude, I use brown sugar and ragi flour! I will try with jaggery.

rashi chourasia said... Reply To This Comment

loved it! yum, yum!

Beulah Arun said... Reply To This Comment

This is new to me, loving it though!

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

Very interesting mithe pude ! Lovely....

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

this looks like a nice idea for breakfast... so tempting...

Jayanthi Padmanabhan said... Reply To This Comment

simple yet elegant.. tasty dessert

Shama Nagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

super preparation akka

Kalpana Sareesh said... Reply To This Comment

wow delicious looking one

Angie Schneider said... Reply To This Comment

These pancakes look very inviting!

Ramya Krishnamurthy said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy pancakes akka.wow

Veena Theagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

I have tasted it without fennel seeds... tasty

Smitha Kalluraya said... Reply To This Comment

yummy pancakes...

Resna Nishad said... Reply To This Comment

Delicious and flavorful...

sripriya vidhyashankar said... Reply To This Comment

Looks nice...

Padmajha PJ said... Reply To This Comment

Such a simple recipe.I am sure the addition of fennel seeds would have added a nice touch to it!

Kaveri Venkatesh said... Reply To This Comment

Just like our Vella dosai..except for the addition of fennel powder...LOoks really delicous..I am sure the addition fennel powder gives a unique flavor to it

Mitha Hegde said... Reply To This Comment

Omg!!! I am honored indeed Priya that you have chosen recipe from my blog for Haryanvi cuisine.. Thanks for the mention..Perfect pudes and gorgeous click.. :)

Usha Rao said... Reply To This Comment

Looks delicious. Sounds like a healthy pancake, with wheat flour

Vimitha Anand said... Reply To This Comment

I love this a lot akka... looks so soft and tempting

Anu s kitchendelights said... Reply To This Comment

Sounds simple and looks delectable...love the new change in blog/header. Happy to follow you.

Lubna Karim said... Reply To This Comment

Loving this series....coming to know some new recipes and getting to know different cuisine...kudos to you marathon girls...keep rocking...

Suja Manoj said... Reply To This Comment

Sweet and yummy,kids will love this.

Julie said... Reply To This Comment

very healthy & yummy!!

Gloria said... Reply To This Comment

looks super yummy...so good to know about various cuisines in India..thanks for sharing..

Sathya Priya said... Reply To This Comment

i love to grab few of them with somehot chutney .looks really nice

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

These sweet pancakes look delicious...

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Priya thirst pumas make me nostalgic. I read the post yesterday morning..but I could not comment..ah it took me back to school days when we used to have these on rainy days...those were the days..love them.

Sundari Nathan said... Reply To This Comment

looks super delicious!!!

Varadas Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Such a simple dish, jaggery sweetened wheat, wow! The fennel must add a lovely flavor.

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

Healthy & nutritious pude.. They look perfect.

The Pumpkin Farm said... Reply To This Comment

we call it malpue in maharashtra but the addition of saunf is nice twist, lovely recipe to pick

The Pumpkin Farm said... Reply To This Comment

we call it malpue in maharashtra but the addition of saunf is nice twist, lovely recipe to pick

Nalini's Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Methe pude sounds simple and delicious,perfectly made and feel like grabbing it...

Harini-Jaya R said... Reply To This Comment

My friend was just telling me about meethe pude the other day. But my punjab and Haryana posts were done so I told her I would make them later :)

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

Delicious. I too was tempted to try them. They are like our jaggery dosas, right?

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

love the flavoring in this and guilt free sweet with wheaat flour

Archana Potdar said... Reply To This Comment

Priya these look so beautiful. I wish I can get some of these.

Manjula Bharath said... Reply To This Comment

My mom even used to prepare this when we where in school but its forgotten now.. very very tempting meethe pude so your research for sweet had led to make this delicious pude thats wonderful aks :)

Anita Duggal said... Reply To This Comment

Your blog is very informative and gracefully
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