RM#2 Day 17
Bengal gram dal/channa dal-1cup
Oil for frying
1.First clean and soak channa dal for ½ hour.
2.Break jaggery into small pieces by mashing with wooden stick/stone.
3.Once ½ hour is done,Pressure cook dal for 2whistles and then grind channa dal and jaggery together in a mixer.And take them into a plate and keep aside.
4.Heat a pan with oil for frying,then make small-small balls with mixture which we have grounded and keep aside.
5.In a bowl, mix maida by adding water into a thick batter...like bajji batter.
6.Then dip the balls inthe batter and fry till they turn into light golden colour.
7.Transfer them into a kitchen towel and enjoy the sugee hot hot.
Sending this to EFM Sweets,hosted by SriLekha of Me and My Kitchen
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Lovely and nice.Not yet tried though.
We make for Diwali! Good entry Pavani 🙂
yum yum yummy we call them poornalu in telugu my fav. sweet love to have any time ineed that plate full pavani mouth watering
They looks like purnalu to me...except that u have used all purpose flour instead of rice batter pavani.
I remember eating these sweets can't recollect were,nice one to satisfy the sweet tooth:)
They looks neat and simple to make... You make nice recipes that are easy and quick to make...
We call this as susiyam..Yummm
yummy and deleciouss pavani
Awesome Pavani, looks yummy. I have had something similar called "Suyyam Urundai" Is it the same?
nice recipe..looks yumm
thanku each n every one for ur comments
looks so delicious.
This sweet is new to me but it looks deliicous.
This is new to me looks good
We call this suiyam and i love it. Feel like having now, can u send me some. 🙂