Halwa Puri (Food)

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Halwa poori is a part of traditional Pakistani cuisine. The dish consists of poori bread with chana masala, along with halwa.Halwa poori has developed into a traditional breakfast consisting of a deep fried bread (poori), served with halwa and curries mixed of chickpeas (known locally as 'choley') and potato. Traditional mango pickle and onion pickle are also served along with fresh yogurt.[1] neelscorner - com A variety of bakeries often set up stalls of Halwa Poori for breakfast that offer dine in at the street scene or offer take away. It has become very popular among middle, upper middle and elite classes to enjoy a breakfast of Halwa Poori, especially on the weekends.[2] Halwa poori - About

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Alternative names: Halwa Poori
Type: Nashta
Place of origin: Pakistan
Region / State: Pakistan
Serving temperature: Hot
Main ingredients: Flour, Sugar, Salt


About

Hulwa Puri

Hulwa Puri

Ingredients

Hulwa Puri Recipe

Hulwa Puri Recipe

  • 2 cups semolina (sooji)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4 tsp yellow food color
  • 10 almonds, boiled
  • 20 pistachios, boiled
  • 4 cloves
  • 6 cardamoms
  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 10 raisins
  • For Puris
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • Salt to taste
  • Salt to taste

Method Of Halwa Poori

For Halwa

  • Heat oil in a pan, split the cardamoms and put them in it.
  • Add semolina and fry till it is cooked, take out the fried semolina in a bowl.
  • Heat sugar and little water in a pan to dissolve the sugar. Mix food color in this.
  • When everything is combined then add semolina. Add almonds, pistachios and raisins. Take out in dish and serve with hot pooris.

For Poori

  • Put flour, sugar, salt and 1tbsp oil in a bowl and mix well. Gradually add in little water and knead it into hard dough.
  • Cover the kneaded dough with soaked thin cloth for a little while.
  • Make small balls, pat the balls lightly with oil and roll them out.
  • Heat oil in a wok and fry the pooris in it. Drain on paper towel.