Festivals are incomplete without good food and sweet delights that simply add life to the festive spirit. Puran Poli is a Maharashtrian recipe made with chana dal, flour and cardamom and sugar. This delicious side dish recipe is extremely rich in flavours and is a great option to serve on festivals like Diwali, Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthi. This delicacy has several variations and is prepared in different ways across various parts of the country. It is a perfect festive recipe and is often prepared during Maharashtrian festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Gudhi Padwa. It is also offered to the deity as naivedya during the festivals. The way how Maharashtrians prepare Puran Poli is almost similar to how Gujaratis do, however, the only difference is that they stuff the sweet dal in a different manner. Puran Poli is loved by kids and adult alike. You can pack this easy Maharashtrian recipe in your kids’ lunchbox as it if filling yet non-messy. It’s a great breakfast recipe which tastes the best when paired with a hot cup of masala tea. If you’re having those sudden hunger pangs and want to eat something scrumptious yet light on the stomach, then go for this easy-to-make Puran Poli recipe. Try out this easy Puran Poli recipe and relish its sweet flavours with your family and friends.

 

Puran Poli
Puran Poli

Ingredients

  • 2 cups moong pulses
  • 2 cups grated jaggary
  • ½ cup sugar,
  • ½ teaspoon cardamom powder
  • 2 cups maida
  • ½ cup wheat flour
  • ¼ cup oil
  • ¼ spoon salt
  • ¼ spoon turmeric powder
  • 1 cup of rice flour

Instructions

  • Soak moong pulses for 10 minutes & then cook it.
  • Then grind it, mix with jaggary and sugar and again cook it for a while till the mixture becomes dry.
  • While cooking stir continuously so it does not get charred.
  • Now put of the gas. Mix cordimum powder & let it cool.

  • Then make medium size balls & keep. This is known as Puran.
    Mix maida, wheat flour, turmeric powder, salt & 4 spoons of oil together, add water and knead the flour (atta).
  • Pour the remaining oil on the kneaded flour and keep away for 20 minutes.
  • Take medium size ball of the atta. Shape it like a small bowl.
  • Insert the Puran gola ( sweet moong dal flour ball ). Close the bowl, press a little and roll it like poli ( chapati ) with the help of poli roller.
  • Sprinkle some rice atta on it.
  • Now put on the gas bake or roast it from both sides till it becomes wheatish brown.
  • Now the moong puran poli is ready.
  • Take a plate and arrange the puran poli with ghee and provide a bowl of hot milk.
  • Enjoy the Akshaya Tritiya Puran Poli.
Puran Poli Recipe
 
Festivals are incomplete without good food and sweet delights that simply add life to the festive spirit. Puran Poli is a Maharashtrian recipe made with chana dal, flour and cardamom and sugar. This delicious side dish recipe is extremely rich in flavours and is a great option to serve on festivals like Diwali, Janmashtami and Ganesh Chaturthi . This delicacy has several variations and is prepared in different ways across various parts of the country. It is a perfect festive recipe and is often prepared during Maharashtrian festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi and Gudhi Padwa . It is also offered to the deity as naivedya during the festivals. The way how Maharashtrians prepare Puran Poli is almost similar to how Gujaratis do, however, the only difference is that they stuff the sweet dal in a different manner. Puran Poli is loved by kids and adult alike. You can pack this easy Maharashtrian recipe in your kids' lunchbox as it if filling yet non-messy. It's a great breakfast recipe which tastes the best when paired with a hot cup of masala tea. If you're having those sudden hunger pangs and want to eat something scrumptious yet light on the stomach, then go for this easy-to-make Puran Poli recipe. Try out this easy Puran Poli recipe and relish its sweet flavours with your family and friends.
Ingredients
  • 2 cups moong pulses
  • 2 cups grated jaggary
  • ½ cup sugar,
  • ½ teaspoon cardamom powder
  • 2 cups maida
  • ½ cup wheat flour
  • ¼ cup oil
  • ¼ spoon salt
  • ¼ spoon turmeric powder
  • 1 cup of rice flour
Instructions
  1. Soak moong pulses for 10 minutes & then cook it.
  2. Then grind it, mix with jaggery and sugar and again cook it for a while till the mixture becomes dry.
  3. While cooking stir continuously so it does not get charred.
  4. Now put of the gas. Mix cordimum powder & let it cool.
  5. Then make medium size balls & keep. This is known as Puran.
  6. Mix maida, wheat flour, turmeric powder, salt & 4 spoons of oil together, add water and knead the flour (atta).
  7. Pour the remaining oil on the kneaded flour and keep away for 20 minutes.
  8. Take medium size ball of the atta. Shape it like a small bowl.
  9. Insert the Puran gola ( sweet moong dal flour ball ). Close the bowl, press a little and roll it like poli ( chapati ) with the help of poli roller.
  10. Sprinkle some rice atta on it.
  11. Now put on the gas bake or roast it from both sides till it becomes wheatish brown.
  12. Now the moong puran poli is ready.
  13. Take a plate and arrange the puran poli with ghee and provide a bowl of hot milk.
  14. Enjoy the Akshaya Tritiya Puran Poli