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October 13, 2012

Pesara Poornam Boorelu | Step by Step Recipe | Navarathri Recipes

Pesara Poornalu / Pasi Paruppu Suzhiyan / Suzhiyam Recipe:
Preparation & Cooking Time : 1 hour
Makes about 28 - 30

Ingredients:

Urad Dal: 1/2 cup
Rice : 1 cup
Moong Dal: 3/4 cup
Grated Fresh Coconut: 3/4 cup
Powdered Jaggery: 1 and 1/2 cups
Cardamom Powder: 1/2 tsp
Salt : 1/4 tsp
Oil for deep frying

Method:

1. Wash and soak the urad dal and rice overnight or for 6 hours. Wash and soak the moong dal in water for 2 - 3 hours. 

2. Drain the water from urad dal and grind to a smooth paste adding little water (approx. 3/4 cup of water). It should be like a thick dosa batter. 

3. Add the salt to the urad dal batter and set aside. 

4. Now drain the water from moong dal and grind into a smooth paste adding very little water.

5. Pour the moong dal batter into greased idli plates and steam cook for 12 - 15 minutes. Switch off the heat and allow it to cool. Chop and grind the pieces and set aside
6. In a heavy bottomed vessel, mix the powdered jaggery and water. The amount of water should be just enough to soak the jaggery and allow the jaggery to melt. 

7. When boiling bubbles appear, add the moong dal mixture and grated coconut and mix well.

8. Cook on a medium flame till it forms a thick mixture.  When it thickens, add the cardamom powder and mix well.  
9. Allow it to cool and roll into a round shape balls. Heat enough oil in a frying pan. 


10. Then dip each moong dal ball in the urad dal batter and let it coat evenly. 

11. Then gently drop them into the hot oil. Deep fry them till golden brown color. 


12.  Remove from the oil and serve. 

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27 comments:

  1. Wow Chandana ! They look perfect and crispy.

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  2. Looks so yummy. Feel like grabbing now itself.

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  3. Very delicious and perfect recipe .

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  4. wow mouthwatering dear... so tempting n perfect...

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  5. Bhale unnayi chandana.Naaku chala istamaina burelu.

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  6. Wow yummy perfect balls,luks tempting...

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  7. Steaming the moongdal for boorelu is completely new to me...and interesting way to prepare boorelu..nice clicks

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  8. Looks superb, very very tempting. Steaming moong dal for boorelu is something very very new to me.

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  9. Looks bit of work but the end result i so tempting ....perfectly done ...drooling here Hari

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  10. very nice..love the method with pictures..looks delicious..

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  11. wonderful recipe and nice pictorial

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  12. That looks soo great!I usually use the dipping batter made of plain flour. The urad dal batter looks soo crispy and yumm. Next time i will try this method!

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  13. Very new to me..Looks very delicious Hari!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. New to me.. Looks so tempting
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  15. I dont mind munching some,irresistible boorelu.

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  16. looks so perfect and tempting.a very new recipe for me..a must try!!

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  17. Very tasty dish and remind me mom's suzium.http//www.indianfoodnest.blogspot.com/

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  18. Wonderful recipe, new to me, definitely bookmarked to try


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  19. Such tempting pics, love the sweet!

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  20. Super inviting..Join me in Fast Food - Vermicilli event here : http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.in/2012/10/fast-food-event-vermixilli-for-october.html

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  21. neat presentation and well prepared :)

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  22. That looks so delicious. We call this Suzhiyan in Tamil.

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