Saturday, January 14, 2012

Maachher Puli Pithe (Makar Shankranti Special)


Hello my dear friends, wish you all a very happy Sankranthi. As you all have noticed, I had been out of blogging for the last few months since I was taking some time to get settled in my new career. But trust me, I was also missing the blogging world and you all very badly. So I thought what best can be to resume my blogging than a post on Sankranthi day. This year I felt myself quite fortunate to have my mother on Shankranthi. She has prepared almost all types of pithe and we enjoyed relishing those. Here I am sharing one of those which is my most favorite one.


maachher puli pithe

This particular recipe (Maachher Puli Pithe) is one of my mother's innovation and she only inspired me to go with this excellent snacks. This is a regular pithe with fish as the stuffing. It tastes very good and I suggest you all fish lovers to try this out.




Maachher Puli Pithe

maachher puli pithe


Ingredients:

For stuffing

Fish(Catla/Rohu)                    250 gms
Green peas                            100 gms
Ginger garlic paste                  1 tbsp
Onion(Chopped)                    2large
Tomato(chopped)                  1 Medium
Turmericpowder                    1 tsp
Cumin powder                       1/2tsp
Coriander powder                  1/2 tsp
Garam masala                        1 tsp
Red chili powder                    1 tsp
Salt                                     
Sugar                                     1/2 tsp
Corinader leaver                     1 bunch

For coating:
Rice flour                                2 cups
All purpose flour                      1 cup
Baking powder                        1/2 tsp
Salt
Oil for frying

Method:


  1. Boil the fish pieces  for about 10 minutes until it becomes soft, Remove all the spines and mash it coarsely. Boil green peas and keep aside.

  2. Heat oil in a pan and add chopped onion and fry for couple of minuites. Add ginger garlic paste and again saute for another minute.

  3. Add turmeric powder,cumin powder, corianderpowder amd salt. Fry the spices for a couple of minute  and then add boiled peas and chopped tomatoes. Saute for a minute and add fish. Add garam masala powder and stir fry for 4 to 5 minutes.

  4. Add chopped coriander and mix properly. Turn off the flame.Your stuffing is ready to pour into the puli.

  5. To make puli. Mix rice flour, All purpose flour, and baking powder. Add 2 tablespoon of oil and mix with it. Now add water gradually so as to make a soft dough.

  6. Make small balls from the dough and make tit flat with hand and stuff the stuffing mixture into it. Fold and seal the edges properly.

  7. Heat oil in a pan, Add pulis oneby one and deep fry themuntil it becomes golden yellow and crisp outside.

Serve hot with chutney and enjoy this wonderful puli pithe as snacks.

17 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

They look delish! I love the filling with fish and peas.

Julie said...

Very delicious n yummy!!
Welcome back..Wishing you a very Happy New year n Happy Pongal!!
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Bergamot said...

Such a wonderful array of traditional dishes. It looks delicious. You should post all the recipes for keepsakes ;-)

Sravs said...

wow very tempting !! happy pongal !!

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Priya said...

Happy Sankranthi wishes, super delicious array of yummy dishes..

Sobha Shyam said...

Welcome back Sunanda...Happy Sankranthi wishes..new recipe to me, they look yum..

Prathima Rao said...

Delish filling!!!! ope u had a wonderful sankranthi :
Prathima Rao
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Viki's Kitchen said...

Pongal greetings dear! Maacher puli pithe looks delicious.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Its new to me and sounds delicious!

Teena Mary said...

First time on your page. Loving your recipes! This is super tempting! Glad to follow you :) I would love to see your sweet & romantic entries for my ongoing ''Valentine's Day Event'' before Feb 20th.

Only fish recipes said...

Hey dear.....This is simply awesome.....I'm definitely going to try this out....bookmarking the recipe :-)

Ola said...

I love fish, but I've never tried them like that - what a lovely recipe! Blessings...

Ashwini said...

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nice post

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Klasik Mobilya said...

This look soo delicious!Thanks for sharing!

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