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Sweet Poori


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Sweet Poori Recipe, Maida flour Meetha , How To Make Sweet Poori Recipe

Sweet poori is a simple delicious sweet that looks like a crispy flaky juicy mini poori nicely dipped in sugary syrup.

About Recipe

Maida flour methai, Maida flour inippu, Maida flour Misti

How to make sweet poori

(24 ratings)
50 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
sweet poori
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 29, 2018

Ingredients used in sweet poori
• Rice flour - 2 tablespoons.
• Ghee - 2 tablespoons.
• Oil - as required.
• Sugar - to taste.
• Salt - pinch pinch.
• Maida - 1 cup.
• Water - as.
  • In a bowl mix maida, pinch of salt, ghee mix well and add water as needed to make a soft dough keep it for 15 min.
  • Now make a big thin chapati once chapati is done apply ghee and sprinkle rice flour on top of it then roll the chapati and cut into small dumplings.
  • Now take the dumplings press in the center and roll with chapati roller, you should able to see the layers when it is add oil to deep fry.
  • In another bowl boil sugar make a medium thick syrup .
  • Deep fry the sweet layer pooris and dip in the sugar syrup both the sides and transfer in to a plate.Insteed of sugar syrup you can also sprinkle sugar powder when the pooris are hot so that powder stick to the pooris.

Cooking with images Maida flour madhur, Maida flour , Maida flour sihi


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PCMiracles Posted on Sat May 09 2009

Looks delicious! 1st comment. Five stars! Keep up the good work!!

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Halycyon Talkies Posted on Sat May 09 2009

chef! how is this different from madatha kaaja? pls do a vid on kaajas. both Tapeswaram kaaja and Kakinada kaaja :)

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Reluctantwriter7 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

There goes my diet! Thanks chef, it looks amazing.

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rosepearl12 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

Thank you chef. Amazing recipe. My grandmother makes these and I so miss her now. I have a request. Please make more hyderabadi dishes specially "shaami" and "Red chicken"(This is the one which they serve in hyderabadi weddings).

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Dee Thakore Posted on Sat May 09 2009

In gujarati: PAKWAAN or MEETHA SAATAA. KHAJAALI with salt only.

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OstrOsized Posted on Sat May 09 2009

Basically indian clarified butter.

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shanjega Posted on Sun May 10 2009

i did this sweet for my parents loved it..but i ate most of them. THANK YOU SOOO MUCH! EVERYONE SHUD TRY THIS EASY RECEIPE!!! i cant cook but this came out wonderfully.

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Christie N Posted on Sun May 10 2009

i think it's lard

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x0x0Craz3yBab3 Posted on Mon May 11 2009

ghee is clarified butter :]

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kushijo Posted on Mon May 11 2009

good guess, lard is pork fat but ghee is milk fat made with butter.

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Harini Sabnis Posted on Thu May 14 2009

its a maharashtrian sweet... we call it chiroti and it is specially made during diwali.... and on the fried pooris u can just sprinkle powdered sugar it tastes amazing

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jaanash Posted on Thu May 14 2009

ghee is a clearified Butter..

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