Potato poli


Ingredients for dough

2 cups all purpose flour/maida
Pinch of salt
3 tbsp oil

Ingredients for stuffing

4 Boiled and mashed potatoes
100 grams Sugar
4 tbsp ghee
1 tsp cardamom powder
Pinch of yellow food colour

Make soft dough of the flour, salt and water. Add oil and mix well till dry. Keep aside for 1/2 hr.

Heat ghee and add the potatoes. Fry them for 2-3 minutes till the ghee starts seperating. Add sugar, cardamom powder, food colour and mix well till it gets thick and forms into a big lump. Make small balls and keep aside.

Make balls of the maida dough and pat it to small and thick rounds using little oil. Use a greased plastic sheet for this. Keep the stuffing in the center.

Cover it with the dough from all sides and dust it with little maida. Roll it slowly into thick chapati ensuring the stuffing doesnt come out much.

Cook this on a hot tava on low flame with little ghee till brown spots come on both sides.

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16 comments:

*sangi* said...

looks perfect...nice post!

Shri said...

I love your final polis..THey look s sogolden and yummy

RAKS KITCHEN said...

oh wow,really thats cool,carrot,potato all are very kids friendly and we too cant resist:)

Shama Nagarajan said...

its different ....yummy delight

Pari said...

Thats a tempting poli, difficult to resist.

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Looks lovely, all your recipes are sure to please kids.

Ann said...

Oh Dear! Looks so perfect and delish

jayasree said...

Nice idea to stuff with potatoes... Looks like sweet version of aloo paratha

prasukitchen.blogspot.com said...

looks delicius dear !!

Ramya said...

How do u come up with such innovative dishes?Looks yummy!!

Cilantro said...

I have made potato paratha/polis with spices. The sweet version is new to me. Looks good.

anudivya said...

Never heard of anything like this! I thought you meant potato savory stuffing, and then saw sugar as one of the ingredients! Very interesting.

Valarmathi said...

very innovative, looks so yummy.

Priya said...

Never heard of this potato poli, really very interesting!

myscrawls said...

Mmm,... yummy poli...

Extreme said...

Thanks for explaining your innovative recipies :-)

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