CELEBRATION CONTINUES..POORNAM BOORELU

by - 3:27 PM

Here comes Andhra's most loved traditional Festive sweet. Just for you in mom's way!!
POORNAM BOORELU
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INGREDIENTS-
Rice - 1 cup
Urad dal- 1/2 cup
Bengal gram- 1 cup
Jaggery -1 and 1/2 cup
Grated coconut- 1/4 th cup (optional)
Cardamom - 2-3 pods
Ghee-as required
salt- to taste
Oil- for frying
PROCEDURE-
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Wash urad dal and rice. Soak them together for 5 hours. Drain water and grind urad dal and rice into fine paste by adding very little water. The batter should be like Dosa batter (thick). Soak Bengal gram for 3 hours, drain water and grind it coarsely. Adjust salt as per taste. Now pressure cook this coarse mixture until 3 whistles. Cool it now. Take a heavy bottomed vessel and add grated jaggery and little water to make jaggery syrup. Fry grated coconut in ghee until golden. Now add this fried coco mix and cardamom to jaggery mixture. Cook for few mins. Now add above prepared bengal gram mixture to it. Mix all the ingredients well and when this mixture condense Off the flame and allow it to cool. Now shape this mixture into small balls. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed vessel. Dip each ball into urad dal batter and let it coat evenly and deep fry until golden brown and crispy.
Serve hot with a dollop of ghee
Store in air tight container

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  1. i love this sweet very much...thanks for sharing.

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  2. Mmmmm.. Pooenam boorelu norooristhunnay Chaitra... Looks soo delicious.. perfect shape.. :)

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  3. i love this sweet.my mom uses maida for outer covering

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  4. This is great, Chaitra.I made these too. Yummy treats!!!

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  5. I think this is called Sukiyan in Tamil. My grandma used to make it and i had forgotten it totally till i saw your post ! Now i am drooling !

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  6. Sounds very tasty and delicious...

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  7. wow!! Love this stuff..must try it..looks perfeccto!

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  8. Looks delicious!! Its a real new recipe for me..I would love to have one :)

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  9. looks yummm..recipe is new to me. I ll try ths soon.

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  10. Thank you all!!!
    Try and let me know!!!

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  11. Looks lovely..we call it sukhiyan too:)

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  12. Thank you Home cooked oriya food, nithya and Divya

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  13. Do let me know how the rolls turn out :)

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  14. Looks gr8 dear..Never tried in this way :)

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  15. chaitra,
    Kindly accept an award from my blog.Have a nice day.

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  16. An award is waiting for u at my blog :)

    Boorelu Aadirinayi:)

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  17. Dear Chaitra, please visit
    http://lata-raja.blogspot.com/2009/09/honest-scrap.html
    and collect the Honest scrap passed on to you.

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