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May 11, 2010

Mamidikaya Bobbatlu ~ Raw Mango Stuffed Indian Flat Bread


Bhakshalu / Puran Poli / Obbattu / Holige / Oliga / Poleelu

Ingredients :


Grated Raw Mango : 1/2 cup
Sooji / Semolina : 1 cup
Sugar : 1 + 1/4 cups
Maida : 1 cup
Ghee : 3 tbsp
Cardamom Powder : 1/2 tsp


Method :

Wash, peel and grate the raw mango and keep aside. Dry roast the semolina on low flame to light golden color. Then remove and keep it aside. Place a heavy bottomed pan on the flame and put one table spoon of ghee in it. Once ghee is heated add grated raw mango and fry it. After 3 to 4 minutes, add 2 cups of water and sugar. Heat them slowly untill the sugar dissolves. Once the sugar is dissolved completely, add roasted semolina and little ghee. Mix very well and cook on a low flame. When the mango mixture is thick enough, i.e., When the spoon remains standing when placed in the centre. If it falls down it means the stuffing is yet not done. Add cardamom powder and stir well. Remove it from the flame and allow it to cool, then shape into balls. Mix maida with melted ghee. Add water, make a soft dough. Cover it with a wet cloth and set aside for 1 hour. Take a small ball of the dough and roll a little. Put a stuffing ball in the centre. Cover the stuffing ball by drawing up the edges towards the centre. Press the dough on the floured board and roll out into a round roti. Put the roti on a hot tava, cook for a minute and turn once. After 1 minute, add a little ghee around the edges, turn again and fry the other side. When brown patches appear on both sides remove the stuffed roti from the tava and apply a little ghee.

39 comments:

  1. Wow, this is new to me. Very interesting recipe. Sure to give it a try, ur illustrative clicks are too good.

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  2. Totally new recipe 4 me....Can imagine the tasty combo !!
    Shud try out when I get to see some raw mangoes next time..

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  3. Very creative.Want to try it sometime.Does it taste katta-metta?

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  4. wow....new one. Will surely try. Picture looks so impressive.

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  5. Interesting combination that you used mangoes and semolina for the stuffing! Very creative and good illustrations.

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  6. Never tot raw mango paratha..wow this is new to me and looks very gud...bookmarked it

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  7. Very creative and interesting combination, your illustrative clicks have made this recipe even more tempting.

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  8. Even we used to make this style and I love it so much.. Nice step wise pics.. :) looks droolworthy :)

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  9. Wat a fabulous dish, never thought of making with raw mango..looks awesome...

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  10. nice thought dear..looks yummy

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  11. Wow chandana noru oortundhi.This i saw in tv last week .Want to try.Chala baaga vacchayi.

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  12. This is a very interesting recipe..creative and good illustrations ..got to try this.Thanks for sharing

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  13. A new recipe..looks so delicious and love the step by step pics:)

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  14. wow - lovely new one...
    looks delicious...

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  15. Very innovative.Will this be sour?

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  16. Very innovative and lovely recipe.Nice clicks!

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  17. very new recipe to me .... try some time ... thanks for sharing ......

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  18. Very new to me as well.. But sounds interesting..

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  19. very interesting recipe; its a bit new to me but i can see that this stuffed paratha with green mando would taste wonderful!

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  20. Very new and innovative dear...sound so good :)

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  21. really delicious one..i love any dish with mango,ripe or raw..this dish is really new to me.but sure will give a try..bookmarking yarr..thanks the lovely recipe..nicely explained ..good work yarr..

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  22. Really innovative fruity bobatlu...luks delicious...

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  23. one of our relatives make this really well....nice dish

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  24. simply mouth watering. How in the world did you think about it. Amazing. I have had bobbatlu (we call it abbatlu), but never with raw mango or any such thing). I love the idea and will surely prepare it.

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  25. Nice new recipe, looks really good. I will try some time.

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  26. Very innovative paratha, looks and sounds amazing.

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  27. Hi Rohini,

    first time here and i got to know so many other names for puran poli...wow..
    Lovely space and recipes..
    Happy to follow you :)

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  28. Hey Veru innvative recipe ..Looks superb!

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  29. Raw mango in bholi is new to me. the photos look very delicious.

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  30. Raw mango in boli is interesting.. will surely try this..

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  31. very new 2 me ...sounds delicious ...tnx a lot 4 sharing such a wonderful recipe dear

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  32. very innovative never thought about this nice idea.thanks for sharing this dear....

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  33. good idea of mango bobbatlu.

    Chandana, can we try with ripe mangoes as now the markets and also our refridgerator is full of ripe and juicy mangoes..

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  34. Nice bobatulu,never heard of this.Bookmarking it.

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  35. Hi! I love your blog! I love Indian food so I am so excited that I found your blog. These flat bread looks beautiful! I have been craving naan lately so I might just have to make these tomorrow.

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  36. Hi chandana, obattu looks great I do make different kinds of puran poli this is is new to me I must try this out sometime!!, Lovely clicks too...

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  37. really love the ingredients you have used..must have tasted great..

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