Badam Puri



Ingredients (Translation)

1 big cup of maida
2 -3 tbsp ghee
Pinch of salt
Oil/ghee to fry
1 cup sugar
Pinch of red orange colour
1/4 tsp cardamom powder

Make a one string sugar syrup and add the colour and cardamom powder to it.

Rub the ghee well into the maida. Add the pinch of salt and make a soft dough using water. Take small balls of it and roll them into thin puris. Fold it into half and then one-fourth to get a conical shape. Roll out again trying to maintain the same shape, this time let them being a bit thicker. Repeat for rest of the balls.

Heat oil/ghee and fry them two or three at a time on very slow heat so that it gets cooked inside well. When it starts changing colour, dip them in the sugar syrup for about 2 minutes and transfer them to a seperate plate. Garnish with chopped dryfruits.

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14 comments:

Lavanya Raj said...

i love this badam puri..yours look so amazing. nice entry too.

Asha said...

Nuggets of Heaven! Looks delcious EC!:)

sandhya said...

i love these but never tried it at home... your's looks delicious.. will surely try..

Happy cook said...

I would love to have them.

Kalai said...

Have never tried this before, but it looks yum! :) Nice entry! :)

AnuSriram said...

Looks delicious and perfect! Nice entry...

Namratha said...

Ahh Badam Puri, reminds me of home, thanks for the recipe E:)

Seema said...

These look so cute & delicious...

Seena said...

Never seen this before.. looks like melting!

Laavanya said...

I've not had these before but they look delicious! So, there are no badams in this puri?

easycrafts said...

Thanks Lavanya, Asha, Anu, Namratha, Seema, Seena

@ Sandhya, Kalai...thanks, i too have made it for the first time

@ Happy cook...anytime for u

@ Laavanya...even i was thinking of the same, but the taste was almost same as the ones we get in shops..

Madhumita. said...

Yummy and the recipe sounds simple enough to actually try at home :)

Anonymous said...

hey thanks dear!! i tried this for the paxmi puja!! it was really gud..thanks for the recipe!!

Mark said...

Badam Puri is one of the my favourite dish, I like its test and Its to yummy. thanks for the recipe.

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