Paal Poli I could attribute this only with Avani avittam as my mom diligently makes it during this day…This time I had a fluctuation whether I can make pooran poli or paali poli finally confusion ended as my MIL preferred paali poli…This time avani avittam was on a weekday and so I made the pooris the before day all I did during avani avittam was dip the pooris in flavoured milk and eat it and relish the taste..This requires simple ingredients but taste is always yummy :)
|Maida||1 cup+1 tsp for dusting|
|oil||1 cup(you can added if needed)|
|Milk(full cream or partial cream)||1/2 litre|
|Sugar||1tbsp(you can add more if needed)|
|Cardamom powder||1/2 tsp|
1.Ina bowl add maida and salt..mix well…add water and form a dough similar to chapathi dought…If you feel the dough is dry then you can add a tsp of oil…Let the dough rest for 10 minutes..
2.After 10 minutes pinch a small ball from the dough…dust it in maida and using the rolling pin roll it to thin circle…Let the circle be medium in size…Holding one side of the circle close it so that one side touches the other…Seal the ends well with your hand so that the ends does not open when you put it in oil…
3.Heat oil in a wok and when it is hot simmer the stove and drop the folded pooris…Wait it till turns golden brown color…Drain it from oil and put it in a vessel…Repeat the process for the rest of the dough.
4.Now add milk in a vessel and allow it to boil..,.When it reaches to the brim…Switch off the stove…add sugar and cardamom powder to it and mix well.,..
5.When it is still hot,using a tong dip the pooris in the flavoured milk for half a minute and take it out…Ensure both the sides of the pooris are dipped in milk…Repeat the process and arrange it in a plate…Pour the floured milk on top of the pooris if you want the soggy version…Enjoy the softy softy paal poli.
1.My mi have a habit of dipping the pooris first in hot water and then in the flavoured milk..This way the pooris get soggy texture even during the first dip in the flavoured milk :)