Thursday, November 18, 2010

PORI URUNDAI RECIPE | KARTHIGAI PORI URUNDAI

    Pori urundai we always make for karthigai deepam, i am sharing the recipe of PORI URUNDAI today.
For Karthigai deepam, we also make Paruppu Payasam,and appam. Check my complete collection of Karthigai Deepam recipes . Follow Jeyashri's kitchen on facebook for latest updates.

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INGREDIENTS:  YIELDS: 14 BALLS

PORI(PUFFED RICE) 3 CUPS
JAGGERY 1 CUP
DRY GINGER 1/4 TSP
ELACHI POWDER 1/4 TSP
COCONUT PIECES 2 TBLSP
GHEE 1 TBLSP
WATER 1/2 CUP
METHOD:
  • In a kadai, add ghee and fry the coconut pieces until golden brown.
  • Keep it aside.
  • Melt the jaggery in water and filter it to remove impurities.
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  • Now in the same kadai, add the coconut pieces and the filtered jaggery water and bring it to boil.
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  • Take a little water in a small bowl. This is to check the consistency of the jaggery.
  • Just add a few drops of nicely boiling jaggery into the water.
  • Add the dry ginger powder and elachi powder at this stage.
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  • If you could able to make it a hard ball,then switch off the gas.
  • Otherwise allow it to boil till u reach the consistency.
  • Keep the pori in a wide bowl and pour the jaggery to it.
  • Mix it nicely with a ladle.
  • Greese your hands with a drop of ghee and make it balls when it is warm.
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  • This measurement yielded me approximately 14 urundais.

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48 comments:

  1. Just yest I too posted Pori Urundai...urs looks perfect with the lovely color and texture...Happy Karthikai deepam to u n ur family!

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  2. Love the first picture :) Sukku and vellam make a winning combination - love the pori urundais... Happy Kaarthigai

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  3. I could smell those till here,hehe ...Such bright pictures,kalakra po!!

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  4. nice urundai...Love them.....BTW the pics are also really beautiful

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  5. perfect pori urundai..happy karthigai deepam jeyashri..

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  6. Karthigai deepam kku ippovae readya...Superb!

    Love the first pic, and the nice saree in it:)

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  7. Looks awesome jeyashri.. Happy Kaarthigai.

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  8. Thats a classic pic and perfect recipe for the festival :) I am waiting to make it. Just a day to go, will be doing it too :)

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  9. Wow..this is my and my papa's favorite..you made them perfectly..bookmarking it!

    US Masala

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  10. Prefect looking pori urundais, feel like grabbing..sukku potta pori urundai yennaku udane venum..Happy Karthigai deepam dear..

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  11. you brought my childhood memories Jaya...looks droolworthy !

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  12. Interesting Name of the recipe...Well jeyashri..if you have any recipe whcih is made from Broccoli ...do participate in the Healing Foods- event Broccoli posted on my blog...

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  13. Perfect pori urundai jeyashri .I remember eating it in the childhood days .Inviting click .

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  14. me! Love it...
    Haven't eaten it in ages....

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  15. me! Love it...
    Haven't eaten it in ages....

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  16. useful post for karthigai.Nice step by step pics too. Iam gonna make it 2morrow. will have a look in this :)

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  17. Perfect shape and color, looks delicious dear...

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  18. Perfect jeyashri,romba nalla irukku...First picture super.

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  19. ....detailed recipe love it!!!

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  20. super urundai...nice presentation and click!!Adavance happy karthikai deepam!

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  21. Perfectly done and very yum

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  22. wow looks so perfect... will going to try for tomorrow deepam.....

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  23. Wonderful and perfectly done . Love the post with explanations. Happy karthigai

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  24. hi jeya. I have heard this pori urundai is done using Aval pori or Nel pori, Is it okay to use normal Ayuda pooja's Pori.

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  25. @anu, We genenrally use nel pori only, but here we dont get this so i always use this pori only

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  26. Awesome Jeyashri...
    I didnt get nel pori and hence did not make it.. Just made Nei appams...
    gr8 pic.....

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  27. Love them, but never tried at home..This looks so perfect and better than the store brought ones :-) Hope you had a great day on Karthikai

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  28. pori urundai looks yummy new 2 ur blog. looks colorful. pls visit my blog when time gets

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  29. they look soo gud...perfect!!

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  30. This is superb, bookmarked to try it out.

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  31. jeyashree
    iam nervous to make this...going to make it...for kartikey...lets hope it comes out well.

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  32. i made this today seeing ur recipe..it came out well..thanks a lot.

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    1. Great to know hat renu. Thank u so much

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  33. happy karthigai deepam to u jeyashri

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  34. Halo Jshree
    Used aval to make but udhiriyaga it came. cud not make balls any suggestion or tips to make it as a ball without redoing it again 1 cup aval --- 1/2 cup vellam was themewasurement'

    Thanks in advance

    Sathya rajagopal

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    1. Sathya have you made the jaggery syrup till urutu padam. I have never tried with aval but i think it must be the same. I always make 3:1 measurement. Hope it works

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    2. thankyou so much ... my patti makes it so it comes tht way :)
      will do tht
      sathya

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  35. Happy Karthigai Deepam. You are an angel for me.Your recpies are so easy to follow and foolproof. Thank you :)

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  36. Thanks for posting. Keep up the good work. I always refer your recipes; it inspires people to try out. However, I have a question. I made this urundai it came out well but when we eat, the jaggery sticks in the tooth a bit. Do you have any idea what would have gone wrong?

    Thanks in advance. Priya

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    1. Thanks a lot for trying priya. I guess the reason may be the the paagu may be soft ball consistency instead of hard ball consistency.

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  37. I came across you site accidentally and now I’m hooked to it! Your Karthigai Pori recipe came at the apt time and I tried it out on 17/11.It was a super hit among my family & my non-Tamil colleagues.Continue your good work of spreading the knowledge of our traditional recipes.

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  38. Looks tempting!! How long it would stays good? Can i able to store it for a week?

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    1. Yes can store for a week in room temperature.

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