November 2, 2012

Poha n Roasted gram Balls / Aval Potukadalai Urundai



My pantry is filled with lots of poha, beaten rice, roasted gram and jaggery now because of saraswathy pooja... First thought of trying My hubby's fav sweet with beaten rice " Pori Urundai " , then swapped my mind after entering into my kitchen ( happens most of the time ;) ) and tried those sweet balls with roasted gram and poha.... Whenever I try something new for my hubby, I used to get excited and tensed...its not about getting scared...its the compliment or reactions:)
I used to serve him and stare at his face for his reactions or sometimes used to serve him and sit n watch tv as if I am cool ( actually not...he he ).
But yesterday after coming from office he noticed these balls in a table and tasted it... Immediately he completed 3 balls in a jiffy...Glad and very happy that he loved it very much....
Planning to try his fav " Pori urundai " soon....



Ingredients :
  • 1 Cup Jaggery, grated
  • 3 Tbsp water
  • 1 Cup Poha / Aval
  • 3/4 Cup Roasted gram / Potukadalai

Method :
  • Boil water and add the grated jaggery.
  • Boil it for 5 minutes in a medium flame or till the consistency of jaggery starts thickening.
  • Meanwhile grease the plate with butter or oil.
  • Now add the poha and roasted gram, mix well so that the jaggery gets coated well with them.
  • Let it cook for 3 minutes in a medium flame.
  • Remove and spread it in the plate.
  • Let it cool for 4 - 5 minutes and make balls by greasing oil in hands.
  • It should be warm while shaping them.
  • Cool them completely and store in a airtight container.
Cooking Duration : 20 Mins
No. of servings :10 Balls

Linking this with Pari's " Give me some snacks "



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Cook it up with love " Hubby's delight contest "


17 comments:

  1. hey this is cool dish and it looks lovely..

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  2. I would have popped a few of those nice snacks too! They look nice and crunchy.

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  3. Very interesting cute balls,feel like munching some.

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  4. Wow I have never tasted this...tempting...

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  5. never tried these with aval, thanks for sharing. looks good

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  6. Cant take my eye out of your pictures..I am totally off thinking my childhood days..Yeah I go crazy for this those days..Yummy..Glad to follow you and thanks for your comments..

    Dish in 30 minutes event with Giveaway ~ sweets

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  7. Sure you can do but just before linking read the rules and follow it and meanwhile no need to repost since you posted it yesterday only.

    Thanks
    Saras
    Dish in 30 minutes event with Giveaway ~ sweets

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  8. i tried poha ladoo.. this one is unique combo..

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  9. My granny makes these balls during my schoolings as evening snack. But she added coconut too :) OMG missing my granny :(

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  10. Nice snack balls for both kids and adults. thanks for stopping by.
    http://realhomecookedfood.blogspot.com

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  11. Never tried these with poha.. they look good :)
    My first visit to your space.. you have a good blog with a variety of recipes.. Happy to follow you :)
    http://indianrecipegalleri.blogspot.in/

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