Paal Poli is nothing but small pooris soaked in a milk. You can also make this using Rawa. I give here the poli made using Maida. We make this for festivals. For avani avittal, it is a tradition to make Purana poli, but in this busy schedule life, many of us are not finding time to make purana poli, instead we can make Paal Poli which is simple but very delicious.

Paal Poli
Paal Poli

Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time 15 mins
Yield20


Ingredients:

Maida2 cup
Salta pinch
Milk4 Cup
Sugar1 Cup
Cardamom Powder1/2 teaspoon
Saffron threadfew
Kesar Powdera pinch
Oil/DaldaFor Frying


Method:
  1. Take the maida in a bowl and add salt and water and knead it to a thick dough like poori dough

  2. Make small balls of out of the dough and using a rolling pin, roll it to 4-5 inch diameter

  3. Now fold the rolled dough to make it like a half circle

  4. Again fold the poori to make a triangle shape. Repeat the process for the rest of the dough

  5. Heat oil/vanaspati in a heavy bottomed pan. Fry each rolled poli one by one and keep it in a tissue to avoid excess oil

  6. Repeat the process and fry all the pooris.

  7. Now in another heavy bottomed pan, boil the milk.

  8. When the milk starts to boil, add the sugar and stir well till it dissolves
  9. Now add caradmom powder, saffron threads, kesar powder and stir well

  10. To this add one fried pooris and dip it in milk.
  11. Let the pooris soak in milk atleast for 15 minutes. Do not soak too many pooris. Do it in batch.

  12. Keep the flame in low till you complete the dipping process for all the polis.
  13. Now the yummy Paal Poli is ready to serve hot. Take a bowl and add a poori and pour some milk and serve hot



Paal Poli
Paal Poli

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  1. it is my fav and it looks well done !

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  2. mami nice one

    Mami when we were kids my mom used to make instant paal polis. It is very easy. Make chappatis. take a place place one chappatti, add sugar and hot boiled milk and a dash of ghee tastes superb, now add the second chappati and do the same. You can make to individual number of polis, for instance someone wants only one then make one or make two or three for others who need more. You can keep the chappati and make whenever the family meembers are ready to eat.

    try that with your grand-daughter for a variety.

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