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Saturday, October 16, 2010

SUJI HALWA-BOBBATTU

SUJI HALWA-BOBBATTU/ SOJIAPPAM SHALLOW FRY
Suji halwa bobbattu tastes yummy,we shallo fried it due to calorie conscious.Previously we used to deep fry it,then it was called as Sojiappam.
Materials:
For Halwa:
Suji 1 cup
Sugar 1 cup
Ghee 3 tbsp
Water 2 cups
Place a heavy bottomed vessel on the stove,add 1 tsp ghee and roast the suji ravva in med temp till light brown .Keep it aside.
Add sugar and water in a seperate bowl and let it boil,after it is boiled add suji ravva slowly and cook in a low temp.
Now add ghee and cook till it turns in to a halwa paste,leaving the sides.
Switch off the stove,cover with a lid and allow to cool.
After it is cool,make small portions into round balls n keep them covered.
For Poli/bobbattu:
Maidha-2 cups
Salt a pinch
Water
Oil 2 to 3 tbsp
Mix maidha  well with water into a smooth  dough  ,like we prepare for puris.
Lastly pour 2 tbsp oil and mix n pat with the hands.It will be smooth .Keep it aside for more than one hour..it should be done before preparing the halwa.
After one hour make small portions into balls n keep them covered.
Method:
Taka a plantain leaf/plastic foil spread a few drops oil with your hand,take a small ball of maidha and spread it with your hands,in to a small puri.
Then take one halwa round ball,and keep it in the puri and cover from 4 sides.
Now again press with your oily  hand and spread it ,and place directly on tawa and shallow fry with oil/ghee as per your choice..
If you are not calorie conscious deep fry in ghee /oil.
A sweet item which we can offer as prasadam,children love them..This recipe is straightly from my sister padmas kitchen..

12 comments:

  1. A very new dish, detailed presentation indeed!

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  2. Bobbattu looks absolutely tempting..

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  3. Wow one of my favourite its very tasty.

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  4. we make something similar at home, but its deep fried looks delicious :)

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  5. Ananda,that is sojjappam,we fry them in ghee,they stay for many days say more than a week,and taste yummy.

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  6. delightful sweet treat..great step by step pics..very new to me..looks very very delicious

    US Masala

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  7. Babattu looks so tasty and delicious.Yummy Yum!

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  8. A new dish to me...looks great.

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