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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Sweet Somas - 300th post

Hi all,

I would like to thank all my blogger friends who encouraged and supported me , without whom I wouldn't have attained this milestone.I would like to thank my hubby as well. He is playing the major role by tasting, testing the dishes. Please continue to support me throughout.

Today, I am celebrating the milestone with a sweet. I made this sweet along with my mother in law last week. on round vanished immediately after making it. 




Moving on to the recipe:

Ingredients:

 For the outer cover:

  • Maida/ all purpose flour - 1 cup
  • Rava - One handful
  • Salt a pinch
  • Oil - 1 tsp

Method:

  • Knead the above ingredients into a soft dough and keep it aside for some time.



 For the stuffing:

Ingredients:


  • Fried gram flour - 1 cup
  • Sugar - 3/4 cup
  • Cardamom powder - 1 tsp
  • Coconut grated - 1/4 cup
  • Ghee - 1 tsp

Method:

  • Heat  a tsp of ghee in a pan, fry the coconut in it for few mins.
  • Grind fried gram flour and sugar together in a mixer.
  • Add it to the fried coconut and stir for few mins.
  • Add cardamom powder and mix well.
  • Filling is ready( Below picture)




 Method for the Somas:


  • Take small balls from the dough and make thin chapathies.
  • Take the somas mould, apply little oil( if its a new mould)

 


  • Place the thin chapathies on the mould.take a ts fulll of filling and place it on the chapathi.
  • Close the mould well. Press it and check if its closed well.
  • Take the excess flour from the mould and take the somas.
  • Heat oil in a pan, make few somasis ready to fry.
  • Fry them on medium flame.

drain it and store it in a air tight container.



 See the filling inside, it has cooked so well.




Crunchy , munchy Somas ready to be munched.

Note:
Fry on medium flame, for the crispness.
Using Rava to the outer covering is for crispness as well as while making chapathi it allows you to move freely.
any stuffing on your choice can be made.


Linking to: Favorite Recipes: Vegetarian Recipes





Linking to Feast of sacrifice By Asiya and Lets party hosted by Ezcookbook
 
Linking to Hubby's Delight





SENDING THIS TO NIVEDHANAM'S GIVEAWAY !

22 comments:

  1. wow jillu congrats on ur achievement
    300 post wow u guys r fast
    me super slow here

    well done

    this looks delicious
    my mom used to put all dry fruits in this

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    1. thanks dearie... hmmm yeah we can make as many changes as possible.....

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  2. congrats jillu.. yummy filling..

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  3. Congrats Jillu....Love this sweet:)

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  4. Congrats jillu....Yummy somas...my fav...love it...

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  5. Congrats on the 300th post.. Somas looks yummy..
    Divya's Culinary Journey

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  6. Congrats di, your somas looks lik my mom's somas, it's my fav too, looks very crispy:)

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  7. congrats on your 300th post and somas looks great ... can link this to our event if you wish...

    EzCookbook
    Inviting to join Ongoing Events
    Let's Party - Prasadam Special
    Taste Of Tropics - Authentic Indian Platter

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    1. Thanks dear.,.. will surely link up...

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  8. My hearty congratulation to you dear. Awaiting for many more yummy recipes from you...sweet samosa looks absolutely delicious.

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/tomato-date-chutney-award.html

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  9. Thanks for linking.Looks delicious.

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  10. congrats on your 300th post... and this is a very very delicious and authentic sweet... Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

    Sowmya
    Event - Authentic Indian Sweets w giveaway
    Event - FR - Eggless Baking - Sweet/Savory
    Event - Kid's delight - Sweet Treats
    Event - Crazy for Potatoes
    Event - CWS - Urad Dal

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