Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Puri sihikarne aka Puri Aamras



I know the recipe for Puri aamras has been blogged many times already. But then, I felt that my virtual kitchen would be incomplete without this all time favourtie mango dessert of mine. For something as delicious and as comforting as this, this dessert is ridiculously easy to put together. All it takes is some mangoes, a few other simple ingredients and a few minutes of your time and you have an exotic tropical dessert before you.No wonder, this dessert was served at every home we visited during summer.


It is sheer bliss to bite into the crispy puris which is dipped in the creamy mango pulp. This dessert is best if it is not too rich so as to not to overpower the flavour of the mango and allow the natural taste of sweet to come through.


Puri Sihikarne recipe
Preparation time: 20min
Cooking time: 10min
Serves- 4

For the Puri:
Whole wheat flour- 1-1/2 cup
Salt- 1/4tsp
Water- about half cup or as required
Oil to deep fry
For the sweet mango sauce:
Mangoes- 3 med sized, peeled and chopped
Sugar- 6 tbsp
Milk- 1/4 cup
Cardamom powder- 1/4tsp
Saffron- 8-10 strands, lightly roasted and powdered (optional)


Method:
For the Puri:


  • Mix the salt and flour in a bowl and add water gradually. Mix well until a soft pliable dough is formed.
  • Cover and allow the dough to rest for 10min
  • Divide the dough into 10-12 equal portions and roll each portion into a disc of 5-6 inches in diameter.
  • Heat oil in a wok and drop the rolled dough into the oil.
  • While the puri is slowly raising to the surface make sure to keep ladling hot oil on the surface. This helps the puri to puff up.
  • Repeat the same procedure with the remaining dough.
For the mango Sauce
  • In a blender, mix the mango pieces and the milk and blend.
  • Add the sugar, cardamom powder, saffron, and blend again.
  • Pour the mango pulp into individual bowls and serve with hot puris


22 comments:

  1. Lovely looking Puri amras. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. A fav , popular combo!!!The aamras looks so luscious ;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  3. Omg, cant take my eyes from ur clicks, aamras looks absolutely incredible,fabulous combo..

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  4. Mouth watering combo,an all time favourite...

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  5. So innovative n delicious combo, looks so inviting n mouthwatering.

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  6. Aha..pooris and Aamras..anytime of the day!

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  7. pooris n amaras....what a unique combo...looks fabulous...bookmarking it !

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  8. I haven't seen poori amaras blogged before actually. It does sound so good.
    Happy holidays to you!

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  9. I am so jealous! That aamras looks so luscious! Excellent photographs! :)

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  10. Oh my gosh these look amazing! I wish you could send me some. :)

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  11. A beautiful recipe! That sauce looks incredibly lovely!

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  12. This looks absolutely gorgeous - and delicious!! I love mango everything and have had similar dishes but I think without puri. Brilliant!

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  13. DELICIOUS and simple too = a winner combo :) Hope you New year is off to a great start dear :)

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  14. I was browsing thru your site, amazing clicks and recipes great works..! I am hosting my first blog event plus giveaway - Valentines Special. Do check it out and be a part of it. Would be great if you were there..!

    My event- Valentines Day Special

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  15. Your photography is simply beautiful, and so is your blog. I want to dive into my computer screen right now and gobble that right up!:)

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  16. Why am i salivating all over my computer?

    oh yeah - it's your fault. That looks sooo good! Must try.

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