Sunday, 28 April 2013



Since I made some mothagams the other day, I had some leftover of the the pooranam/sweet filling and I wanted to use it up. In my attempt to find ways, or rather recipes which incorporate the leftover filling, I stumbled upon this recipe and decided to give it a try, albeit with some minor alteration of my own.

Start by shaping the leftover filling into balls. Size may depend on your preference. I did mine small since it was just bite size any easy to eat.

roll the pooranam into balls

Then go on to prepare the batter. To do some mix rice flour and a pinch of salt with some water. Dip the balls into the batter and fry.



For the filling:

See here for the ingredients and directions.

For the batter:

3 tbsp rice flour
A pinch of salt
2 tbsp water


1) Roll the filling into balls and keep aside.
2) Combine the rice flour, salt and water to make a batter.
3) Heat some oil in a pan.
4) Dip the balls into the batter and fry then for about a minute.
5) Remove the seeyams and place it on some kitchen rolls to absorb the excess oil. 

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