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Sweet Semolina Poori

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Sweet Semolina Poori Recipe, How To Make Sweet Semolina Poori Recipe

Sweet Semolina Poori is an Indian sweet.

About Recipe

How to make Sweet Semolina Poori

(131 ratings)
31 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Sweet Semolina Poori
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : sooji/semolina
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 21, 2019


Ingredients used in Sweet Semolina Poori
• Wheat flour - 1 cup.
• Oil to fry - to fry.
• Cardomam powder - half tea spoon.
• Sugar - 1 cup.
• Water - 1 ½ cup.
• Semolina - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Take a pan boil water add semolina mix well once it is half cooked add sugar cardomam powder mix well.
  • Cook till sweet is done keep a side to cool down.In another bowl take Wheat flour, salt, oil 1teaspoon mix well then make into a dough.
  • Now take equal quantity of dough and sweet stuff into the dough and make a poori size and deep fry.
  • Another method take dough of chapati size stuff the sweet and make a chapati and cook both the side on tava.





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Christie N Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

no ladle butterfly today :( This look really delicious. I like the savory ones. I always go over to my Indian friend's apartment when we're at college, and raid her fridge for mango pickles and eat it with the flatbreads : )

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SousekCFC Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

kurwa nic nie kumam :/

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leela57 Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

look good ,and the taste also i bet. so easy .must try.

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AK Henna Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

sooji is Semolina flour...you can find it in indian/paki/middle eastern markets. Also, I find it easier to use Cream of Wheat, it's the same thing and can be found in any supermarket.

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AK Henna Posted on Tue Jul 21 2009

that's a unique tip to make halwa poori...thanks!

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Gindelbi Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

He made one without oil didn't he?

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biancanera Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

How is sooji different from Semolina flour found in Italian pasta?

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wnsabu Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

wow..really easy to make and yummm...thanks Chef and can you plz show us how to make pooran puri (deep fried "D" shaped pooris) & the hyderabadi dish "luqmi" (deep fried,square shaped,filled with mince meat) I hope you got it

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Missy K Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

semolina

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Missy K Posted on Wed Jul 22 2009

Hi there, i have heard that Cream of Wheat can b used, is that the one which is in a little box with a black chef on the packaging ?

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rae1968 Posted on Fri Jul 24 2009

yes

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mylove1 Posted on Sat Jul 25 2009

i just love indian bread. it doesn't look good, but when first tried them it was really yummy. thanks for sharing the dish. i'd love to try it out.

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