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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Dudde poori recipe - Pumpkin poori recipe

Pumpkin poori in plate
Dudde poori recipe - Pumpkin is a healthy yellow vegetable with rich sources of vitamins and minerals. Growing kids must eat them regularly. Usually I make stir fry called dudde sukke with it. But this sukke is not much in demand and nobody likes to eat at home. So I have been making pooris with pumpkin to satisfy the taste bud of my family members. 

Today I am sharing with you all a sweet poori recipe prepared with pumpkin, wheat flour and jaggery. The combination of ingredients are awesome. The pooris are flavorful and loved by all. Pumpkin sweet poori is a teatime snack. It tastes best when served hot and accompanied by savoury snacks. If you have pumpkin in stock, making poori is one of the best ways to use it. It goes exceptionally well with hot tea, coffee or chilled drinks. It doesn't need any side dish. Check out other pumpkin recipes.

Dudde  Poori Recipe - Pumpkin Poori Recipe
Pumpkin poori in serving plate
Preparation time  15 minutes
Cooking time  15 minutes
Yields  12 pooris

Ingredients
  • 1 cup grated pumpkin
  • 1¼  cups wheat flour
  • 1½  tbsp jaggery 
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to fry
Method
Pumpkin poori - step by step pictures

1.  Wash the pumpkin, peel it and grate.
grated pumpkin
2.  Place a non stick pan on a low flame. Put the jaggery in this pan and allow it to melt.
melted jaggery to make pumpkin poori
3.  Once the jaggery melts, add the grated pumpkin and stir to combine.
pumpkin added to jaggery
4.  Cover the pan with a lid and cook the pumpkins on low flame till soft. Do not add water.
cooking the pumpkin for pumpkin poori
5.  When the pumpkin become very soft and mushy, mash it with the back of a ladle and keep it aside to cool.
mashed pumpkin jaggery mixture
6.  Then add the wheat flour and salt to the pumpkin jaggery mixture. Knead it to a poori consistency dough. Add water if required.
Wheat flour added and kneaded
7.  Divide the dough into 12 equal portions and shape them into round balls.
divided and shaped the dough into balls
8.  Dust the chapati board with wheat flour. Place a dough ball on the board and roll out a thin poori and place it on a plate. Repeat this process to all dough balls.
rolled the balls into pooris
9.  Heat enough oil in a kadai. Put a tiny dough ball in the hot oil and test it. Once the oil become very hot, fry the pooris till golden colour from both sides.
friying the poori in hot oil
10.  Serve hot with choice of your drink and other savoury snacks.  This poori doesn't need any side dish.
Pumpkin poori in serving plate

9 comments:

  1. Never had this type of puri, will try sooner...

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  2. Pumpkin poori look simply delicious.

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  3. Wonderful recipe! I'd love to try this version of poori.

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  4. naturally sweet Pooris.. Looks yum..

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  5. one of my fav is pumpkin.. Love the slight sweetness. Can u pass me these pooris

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  6. interesting one..yummy!

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