Ratala Puri ~ Sweet Potato Puri

BM #63 Day 18 - 

A special note for new comers to this space. BMers, a group of enthusiastic bloggers are running a month long marathon and I have chosen to blog recipes in the alphabetical order, A-Z from the Maharastrian cuisine.

The letter R is featured today and it was a breeze as my friend was quick to come up with this. I cooked up a full meal on a single day featuring Chavlichi Bhaji, Easy Masale Bhat and Ratala Puri along with yogurt.



A recap of the series..


Amti with Drumstick - Day 1

Bhopada (Laal) Ki Sabji - Red Pumpkin Curry - Day 2

Goda Masala - Day 7

Harbhara Ki Sabji - Day 8


Onion Ki Sabji - Day 15


Recipe Source Shalaka
Ingredients - 

Sweet Potato 1 Big (I used the Purple Indian Variety)
Wheat Flour 2 cups
Salt 1/2 tsp
Sugar 1/2 cup (or more if preferred)
Oil to deep fry

Ratala Puri ~ Sweet Potato Puri

Method Of Preparation -


Chop the sweet potato into big pieces, steam them. Peel and mash the sweet potatoes.

To the mashed potatoes, add salt and sugar and mix well.

Add wheat flour to the mashed sweet potato mixture to knead a stiff dough. I used up approximately 2 cups of flour. Make sure not to add any liquid.

Pinch lime sized portions of the dough, roll into discs and set aside under cover.

Heat oil until sample dough when put in it rises to the top immediately.

Gently slide the rolled out disc and make sure it puffs out in the oil. Fry on both sides and remove onto paper towels to drain excess oil.

Continue with the rest of the dough.

Serve them as a dessert or a snack.



Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 63




Preparation Time 45 min
Makes 16-18 puris

13 comments

  1. Looks like a sweet potato day...very interesting version, and that platter looks wonderful Harini.

     
  2. Srivalli Says:
  3. Those pooris seem to so inviting harini..must make them sometime..

     
  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. I want to have this puri with some spicy side dish, and those puris are killing me.

     
  6. Usha Rao Says:
  7. Pooris are inviting and must have tasted great with addition of sweet potatoes.

     
  8. Pooris look very soft. And love your spread. So inviting..

     
  9. Those puri's must be delicious with Addition of sweet potatoes. Love your platter, really inviting.

     
  10. Suma Gandlur Says:
  11. Interesting sweet pooris. Are they eaten alone since they are a dessert or need a side dish as you have served with?

     
  12. @Suma My friend suggested that they be eaten as is. But We loved it with the sabji. So whatever is your preference. :)

     
  13. Learning a lot of sweet potato recipes in this marathon. Very nice. love these pooris.

     
  14. Pavani N Says:
  15. Wow, what a delicious looking puris these are. Adding sweet potato must have made them sooo yummy!!

     
  16. Smruti Shah Says:
  17. Such a wonderful way to use sweet potato!! Interesting recipe :)

     
  18. Kalyani Says:
  19. my girls love pooris so definitely making these ! such a tempting meal there with chavli bhaji and my fav masala bhaat :)

     
  20. Sapana Behl Says:
  21. Sweet potato poori looks wonderful.I love the entire thali.

     
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