BM #84 Week 1 Day 2 - 

Continuing the series on sweet flatbreads, here is my personal favorite, Paneer Khoya Bobbattu. If readymade kalakand is available, it would work just as well.

the consistency of the filling was a little uncomfortable to work with initially. But I refrigerated it for a while and it made my life a tad better.

Recipe Source a TV program
Ingredients - 

Wheat Flour 3/4 cup
Salt 1/8 tsp 
Warm Water as needed to knead a soft dough
Ghee/Oil for cooking as needed
For the filling - 
Paneer 1/4 cup
Khoya 1/4 cup ( I used homemade)
Sugar 1/4 cup 
Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp



Method Of Preparation -
To Prepare the filling - 
In a mixing bowl, add the khoya, grated paneer, cardamom powder and sugar. Mix well and knead into a smooth mixture. 

If the mixture turns out a little soft, refrigerate it until needed. 

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

Divide the dough into equal parts (about 6) and roll each portion of the dough into small circles. Put in at least a teaspoon of filling and close the edges.

Roll out this ball into a thin circle like a roti making sure that the filling doesn't ooze out. [It oozed out while cooking but that tastes awesome, right? :)]

Also carefully roll it so the filling spreads out evenly. [I used a puri press/tortilla press to make it simple instead of rolling it out :)]

Gently place it on a heated tawa/griddle, drizzle a little ghee/oil and cook until both the sides are light brown. 

Remove the bobbattu from the tawa. Store in an insulated container.

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

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Preparation Time 30 minutes
Makes 6

9 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. Oh gosh Harini, what a fantastic filling these polis have!..I would love to enjoy these right away..very nicely done as well..

     
  3. Priya Suresh Says:
  4. Absolutely irresistible, paneer and khoya mindblowing combination Harini, just drooling here.

     
  5. Rafeeda AR Says:
  6. I totally love the filling of paneer and khoya... makes these bobattus extra rich!

     
  7. I cannot roll a chapatti and you are rolling out such amazing stuffed polis. Love them.

     
  8. Sandhiya Says:
  9. Wow, such a interesting filling for poli!!! Perfectly done & I'm sure it must be delicious !!!

     
  10. Wow ! That’s a very rich filling , the Poli is exotic :))

     
  11. Priya Kumar Says:
  12. yummmmmmmmmmmmmy. I love puran poli. Surely it must be rocking taste. a must try recipe.

     
  13. I always have leftover khoya after making some recipe and never know what to do with leftover until it goes bad. Next time I have leftover khoya will definitely try this

     
  14. Pavani N Says:
  15. Wow this is such a yummy looking bobbattu. Love that khoya and paneer filling.

     
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