Pua or Gulgule…

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27 Oct, 17 12:52
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Pua is a North Indian sweet dish that is very easy to make and tastes delicious. Originally from Uttar Pradesh, this is the recipe that new brides make in their husband's house. After marriage, it is common for the family and friends of the groom to come visit his home and see the new bride, and get to know her better. This is also an occasion for the bride to showcase her cooking skills to her new family, this process continued In many households, Pua are made for Karwa Chauth as part of the Prashad and is eaten after the pooja is done.
Gulgule
Whole wheat flour - 200 Gm
Sugar- 125 Gm
Fennel seeds - 3 Tsp
Milk - 100 ML
Baking powder - a pinch
Ghee for frying
Procedure:
¢ Cover the Sugar with hot water and stir till dissolved.
¢ In another bowl add atta, ghee, salt and baking powder.
¢ Add the Sugar solution to it to form a batter of dropping consistency (adding more milk if required).
¢ Add the fennel seed.
¢ Heat ghee and add equivalent to a tbsp of the batter over high heat.
¢ Lower the heat and let the gulgula cook over medium heat.
¢ Remove the fried piece with a slotted spoon.
¢ Increase the heat and then drop as many lumps as come in comfortably without touching each other.
¢ Lower the heat and cook, turning once or twice till brown.
Chef Satish Comments
Instead Of Sugar Jaggery Can Be Used.
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