Sojjappam ~ Sooji Halwa Stuffed In Puri

S for Sojjappam under Regional Cuisine for BM #32. The letter S was the easiest and the first ones to be made and finalized. I love these so much and moreover so many memories attached to them that I was impatient to share them here!

I remember in my growing up years this was a regular fare for some of the festivals and also mini functions / get-togethers etc. 

Since my kids love Sooji halwa, I made these for them to satisfy my craving and also as an offering to the Lord Almighty!

Ingredients - 

Wheat Flour 1 cup
Salt 1/2 tsp or to taste
Water to knead the dough as needed
Oil to deep fry

For the Stuffing - 
Rava Kesari / Sooji Halwa 1/2 - 3/4 cup (Without any nuts)


Sojjappam ~ Sooji Halwa Stuffed In Puri

Method Of Preparation -

In a mixing bowl, knead the whole wheat flour with water with a little salt and turmeric into a dough and keep it covered for 10-15 min.

Divide the dough into equal parts (about 8-10) and roll each portion of the dough into small circles. Put in at least a teaspoon of filling and close it into a ball.



Roll out this ball into a thin circle like a roti/puri making sure that the filling doesn't ooze out. Also carefully roll it so the filling spreads out evenly.

Heat oil in a wok/kadai. After the oil is hot enough, gently slide in the rolled out puri and let it puff out. Cook on both sides until cooked through and drain onto paper towels.

Continue with the rest of the dough. Serve them warm and enjoy!




Logo courtesy : Preeti

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 32

Preparation Time 30-35 min
Makes 8-10

24 comments

  1. Deicious and lovely looking sooji halwa and poori. It's a meal that I could have in any point of time.
    Deepa

     
  2. delicious awesome.

     
  3. sojjappam looks super yummy :) love the way you have stacked them :)

     
  4. Wow another recipe with halwa..interesting to stuff in pooris..love their look..normally we serve halwa and poori separately.

     
  5. Traditional and delicious sweet.. looks yummy !!

     
  6. Looks delicious

     
  7. Srivalli Says:
  8. Looks very nice Harini, though I have heard so much abt these, I am yet to make something like this, though variations have happened..:)

     
  9. you reminded me of my grandmom who used to bring me stuffed rotis, sweet sanjha (coarse semolina), the puris are looking divine

     
  10. Sapana Behl Says:
  11. Soojiappam looks so delicious ! Wonderful clicks dear !

     
  12. soni mishra Says:
  13. new recipe for me.looks delicious:)

     
  14. Priya Suresh Says:
  15. Its been ages i had this soojiappam..makes me drool here.

     
  16. looks so appetizing

     
  17. Rafeeda AR Says:
  18. looks so yummy... really interesting dessert...

     
  19. looks so sos good..

     
  20. my mom makes this... yet to try this delicious sweet!! looks fabulous!!

    Sowmya

     
  21. nice idea and a great twist to dessert

     
  22. Delicious, absolutely delicious.
    This was made very often at our place as a quick sweet when unexpected guests dropped in and some sweet was required for the meal.
    This is one of the classic but sadly forgotten sweet now a days.

     
  23. Padmajha PJ Says:
  24. Poori on its own is yum and to top it, it is stuffed with a sweet!This is surely yummy yum!!

     
  25. Rajani S Says:
  26. Beautiful beautiful clicks Harini! Very well presented..and such a great recipe too, poori stuffed with kesari..yum!

     
  27. Sooji appam looks very delicious Harini and the clicks are too good!!

     
  28. Preeti Garg Says:
  29. Lovely click... super tasty.

     
  30. Pavani N Says:
  31. I remember sojjappalu made on special occasions when we were growing up. They look amazing.

     
  32. Awesome pooris Harini. Didn't know about it...

     
  33. I had made chapatis stuffed with the suji halwa but these will taste better. Anything fried does taste better not mention the suji halwa in it.

     
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