Meethi Poori Recipe
Meethi Poori is a cross between mawa kachori and the regular Poori. Find out how to make meethi poori in few simple steps
milk at room temperature
green cardamom powder
powdered sugar or to taste
Ghee to deep-fry the Poori
Ingredients to garnish
a pinch of saffron strands soaked in a tablespoon of milk
Combine together in a mixing bowl (
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flour, mawa, cardamom powder, powdered sugar and ghee. Mix nicely to incorporate all the ingredients into the flour.
Now adding milk in small portions try knead a smooth regular poori like dough. If you want to understand how to knead dough for the Poori (
Incase, the milk is not enough to knead the flour, then you can use water. Use one tablespoon of water at a time. The dough should firm to touch and pliable.
Cover the dough with a clean muslin cloth and set aside to rest for 15 - 20 minutes.
Heat Ghee in a deep-frying pan (
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) over medium flame.
Divide the dough into equal size small portions. Shape each portion into round balls.
Take one ball and roll it into a round disc of 2 - 3 inch. Similar, to plain Poori.
Make small balls of the dough and roll them to make 21/2 to 3 inch disc.
Fry the Pooris one at a time until they puff and turn light brown in color.
Transfer to a plate and cook the remaining meethi poori.
Sprinkle sliced nuts and saffron over Meethi Poori.
Serve Meethi Poori warm with tea.