Jun 17, 2008

Sabudhana sweet poori

Sabudhana sweet poori - sounds funny? This is a receipe which I got from a book and I tried it. Its a long process. Those who make sabudhana vadams may find it easy. We can make this sabudhana vadams (especially for pooris) during summer and can store it. Here is the receipe...


For Vadams:-
  1. Sabudhana - 1 cup
  2. Water - 4 cups
  3. Salt - a pinch
For pooris:-
  1. Vadams - required quantity
  2. Milk - 1 cup
  3. Oil - to fry
  4. Cardamom powder - a pinch
  5. Sugar - 1 tsp ( acc to taste)
For making vadams, we have to soak the sabudhana for atleast 5 hours. Take a wide pan, add water and salt to it, when it boils, add the soaked sabudhana to it and let it cook for 10 to 15 mts. Let it cool and make vadams out of it and let it dry under the sunshine (This can be done only during hot summer). When it is fully dry like crispy chips, store it in a dry box and can use this whenever we want to make pooris (this vadams can only be used for pooris because we have not added green chillies and buttermilk)

On the day of making pooris, just fry the vadams to golden brown. Take a wide cup, pour the milk, add sugar and cardamom powder to it and soak the fried vadams in it. Let it soak for3 mts. Now sabudhana sweet poori is ready to eat.

In order to make the process simple, we can always use store bought vadams:-)

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