Christmas Sweet Puffs Fried



    All purpose flour/maida       150 gm
    Wheat flour                         150 gm
    Ghee or butter (melted)       3 tablespoon
    Salt                                     ¼ tsp
    Mix all the above and make a soft dough and       keep aside.


For the filling:
Rava/semolina                               100gm
Grated dry coconut                        100 gm
Sugar                                             100 gm
Raisins                                           50 gm
Cashew nut                                    50 gm   
Cardamom                                      2
Ghee/butter                                    1 table spoon
Method: 
Heat the ghee in a pan and fry the rava till light brown.  When cool add the sugar, coconut, chopped raisins and cashew nut and cardamom powder and mix it well.

Take small portions of the dough and roll it round & thin.  Add one or two tsp of the filling in the centre close and press it by adding a little water to the edges so that the sides stick together.With a clove you can press on the edges (this is optional).  After preparing all the puffs, heat oil in a wok/kadai and deep fry few at a time.  Fry the puffs on both sides till light brown and remove on to a tissue so that the excess oil is absorbed.   When it is completely cool you can store it in an air tight bin. 

32 comments:

  1. We call these sweets gujiya but the filling is usually made with Koya... Love the variation with rawa as its lighter and healthier.

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  2. you have a wonderful way of presentation. Do link it to my event - jingle all the way, if possible. :)

    Kavi | Edible Entertainment

    Ongoing events:
    Jingle All The Way &
    Microwave Easy Cooking

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  3. @Anisha ... One of my fren from Kerala was telling me that... We usually make this during Christmas

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  4. @Kavi.. Thank you so much Kavi!
    and Sure I'll link it up!!

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  5. thanks! in place of recipe name, you posted your blog's name. :) See if you could correct it. Even you can't that's okay. I'll rectify it during roundup.

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  6. Sorry!! Not able to correct it.. No option of edit or relink..

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  7. Thanks for stopping by. Puffs look great and the filling is new to me. You could link this to "Sinful Delight" if interested.

    Vardhini
    Event: Sinful Delights
    Event: Stuffed Paratha

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  8. No Problem Vardhini!

    will link it up!

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  9. That looks great!! You have shaped it beautifully:-)

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  10. Perfectly done & very lovely Christmas Sweet puffs!!
    Happy to follow your space..
    Hope u'll follow my space too
    Thanx for linking it to my event
    Erivum Puliyum

    Ongoing Event -Christmas Delicacy (15 Nov-31 Dec 2011)

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  11. looks so delicious & filling is new for me,I use this stuffing method,but always with a spicy filling,now this is a new idea...
    Midweek Fiesta
    Decorating Challenge-Buttercream Icing

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  12. @Kanthi.. Thank you so much!!

    @Julie.. Thank you!! Thank you for following my blog! Following you as well!! :-)

    @Amy.. Thank you so much!!
    I'll link my posts!!
    Thanks again!!

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  13. Turkish Gözleme and ÇİĞ BÖREK :)))

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  14. @biricitconsungunlugu... Seriously Didn't understand what you said!!.:-).. But i guess from the google search i did.. your trying to identify it with something you think it is!!
    Thank you for stopping by!!

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  15. I love these little treats! What a nice change from cookies. Anything that's got dried fruits, nuts and coconut gets my vote!

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  16. Turkish food name : ÇİĞ BÖREK AND GÖZLEME
    association has likened
    :))

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  17. @mjskit.. thank you so much!

    @biricitconsungunlugu... :-) Thank you!! :-)

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  18. looks yummy!!! Haven't tried cooking much, but I want to try making a batch of this!

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  19. Thank you abbygabyfoodie! Happy Cooking!

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  20. I so much want to try these!The last time I had such puffs,they were gujiyas with a whole milk fudge(Khoya) filling,then dipped in sugar syrup,and taken out.Your version is much more lighter,and must be tasty,I am sure.:-)
    Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy New Year!:-)

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  21. First time here..You have lovely blog with awesome recipes…I am your new follower..Do check my blog if you have time..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  22. Thanks Aarti!! and i luv ur blog!

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  23. Thanks so much for participating in Jingle All The Way. I’ve posted the Roundup here. Do have a look.
    Also, I’m hosting Kid's Delight - Something Sweet for Jan 16th-Feb15th 2012. I would love to have your posts linked there. :-)
    -
    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)

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  24. Awesome article. Kudos!!!


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