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Palkova Poli

After diwali celebration, my house is filled with lots of sweets and savories and it is monotonous to eat and pack the same kind of sweets for my husband, so I tried a simple poli with a twist of adding leftover palkova sweet and served it for a evening snack. It tasted very delicious and was juicy after cooking due to the melted kova. Adding saffron is optional and I have added for the flavor and color. It can served hot or cold but personally we loved it hot with the melted juicy kova in every bite.

 wanna try this simple and yummy sweet recipe using leftover palkova ? 
Here is the recipe....

Ingredients :
  • 2 Cups Maida
  • 1 1/2 Cups Palkova
  • 3 Tbsp Ghee
  • 1 Tbsp Saffron  ( Optional )
  • 1/4 Tsp Salt
  • 1 1/2 - 2 Cups Water

Method :

Take a large bowl and add Maida followed by salt.

Add water little by little and make a dough. keep aside for 30 mins.

Divide palkova into 6 equal balls and keep aside.

Divide the maida dough into 6 equal balls.

Take one ball and  make a small cup shape to place the palkova ball.

Seal it carefully and make a round shaped dough. ( similar to Aloo paratha )

Roll it using rolling pin to form a round shaped poli. ( Roll it slowly )

Heat tawa, place the poli and smear ghee on top it.

Sprinkle few strands of saffron on both sides of poli by turning the other side.

Cook for a min in a medium flame or till the both sides gets cooked.

Once done, remove from the flame and repeat the process for the remaining dough.

 Serve hot.


  1. Wow !! nice idea to make poli out of palkova

  2. delicious poli with palkova stuffing, just melts in mouth!!!

  3. superb luking poli and loved the step by step dear :)


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