Meethi Poori Recipe is an ode to all those simple joys of festive celebrations in a small town, where I grew up. In those days, no fancy desserts, puddings or store bought confectionary would frame our Diwali. Instead, it was the simple, homemade sweet dishes prepared by the mom and the aunts that enticed our taste buds and sweet tooth cravings. Recipes like Meethi Poori, Sooji Ka Halwa, Gajar Halwa or Gujia are very close to my heart and evoke a strong nostalgia whenever I cook them. These are the dishes that remind me of cheerful and best Diwali’s celebrated at my ancestral home with the loved ones. No elaborate feasts or royal buffets could compete with these festive comfort foods. Meethi Poori is a cross between mawa kachori and the regular Poori. It has the taste similar to that of a rich Rajasthani Mawa Kachori while the crispness and flakiness of a perfect Poori.
For someone like me, who has found comfort in undemanding pleasures in life, recipes like Meethi Poori bring great joy. One, it has a fuss-free, less time taking making process. Second, it is always a guaranteed crowd favorite including kids. Third, it tastes absolutely delish. We have this weird food tradition of serving Meethi Poori with tea and some savory snacks for either breakfast or evening snacks on the day of Diwali. But you can serve it with rich, subtle curry as well. And even if you are planning sweet dish like Kheer or Phirni for the Diwali dinner, then also you can serve Meethi Poori with the main course to subserve a combination of flavors. After all, Diwali is all about good food. Just on time to enhance the celebratory mood, our recipe of Beer-Butter Mushroom printed in this month’s Better Homes and Gardens India issue. You can grab your copy from the nearest newsstand and let us know if you like the recipe.
You can browse through our collection of 20+ Diwali Recipes on Pinterest and plan your gala platter for the festival. Learn how to make Meethi Poori in few simple steps:
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