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Monday, August 24, 2009

I Am Back With A Sweet Dish

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First of all I wish all my dear foodies Happy Ganesh Chaturthi .Now before you guys ask me why I disappeared from this blog let me clear it first. Last couple of weeks I was too buzy with my office , so I could not get any time to post any new recipes . I didnot visit to other blogs either . But now I am here again with some new recipes .
Last week during janmastami I made some authentic bengali sweet dish called "Mungsamali" & I thought to share it with you guys .



Ingredients :-

1. 2C coconut grated .
2. 3C sugar
3. 1C milk
4. 1C flour.
5. 1C yellow moong dal .
6. 1 tsp cardamom powder .
7. 1C water .
8. Oil for Frying .

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Method :-

1. Wash the dal properly & cook in a pressure cooker till done . It should be cooked properly but don't make it smashy .
2. Once it cool, drain the water completely & keep aside .
3. In a kadai add the grated coconut & keep stairing till it becomes light brown in colour .
4. Now add the sugar in it & let it cook for another 10min .
5. now add the milk & let it cook till all the milk evaporate .
6. Cook for another 10 more min . Take it out of the heat & let it cool .
7. In a bowl add the cooked dal & the flour . knead it properly to make a chapati like dough .
8. Make small balls from the dough, spread each ball with hand and stuff the coconut sugar mixture into it. Fold it and seal the edges so that filling doesnt come out to get the shape of 'Puli' as in the picture .
9. In another pan heat water & add sugar . Boil it for some time to make sugar syrup . Now add cardamom powder. cook for a couple of minutes.
10. Now heat oil in a kadai & fry the pulies till golden brown on low heat . Remove from oil & add the pulies to the syrup slowly. Let till cool & serve .

31 comments:

Priti said...

Wish you same dear...gud to see you back...mungsamali looks delicious

Doloncookbook said...

@ Priti : Thanks dear .

Doloncookbook said...

@ Priti : Thanks dear .

Padma said...

Happy Ganesha festival Dolon...mungsmali look delicious.... nice recipe :)

rekhas kitchen said...

Happy Ganesh chaturthi to you too wow this sweet recipe is very new to me will try.....yum yum.

Ann said...

Happy Ganesha Chathurthi Dolon..
Wow the dish look really tempting..Would love to try soon.thanks

Gita said...

Happy Ganesh Chaturdhi dear...thats an lovely sweet..looks so decadent :)

Abhilash said...

waah.... thanks for the sweet recipe...

I am always in search for sweet recipies and my search ends here today with this .... and that too moong dal... I have this a lot...

I will try making it....

Vani said...

New dish for me. Looks great, Dolon!

Sireesha said...

Happy ganesh chaturthi to you & your family dear :)
Sweet looks Divine....
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Mythreyi Dilip said...

Happy Ganesh chathurthi! Mungsamali looks juicy and delicious.

Priya said...

Wow delicious and completely a new dish for me...looks gorgeous..

Pavithra said...

welcome back.. the sweet is really so good and damn tempting

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Thats a lovely treat! Looks so yum... Very nicely done...

Parita said...

Wow this is something new to me, looks delicious! Happy ganesh chaturthi to you :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow...that's an sweet simple recipe...looks yummy.....Belated festive wishes to u dear....

Sudeshna said...

Dolon,
I just love this dish. My mom even used to keep the fried ones in a jar without putting them in the syrup,but she poured some caster sugar in the dough.We used to have it whenever felt like :).

Vijitha Shyam said...

So yummy and syrupy! I feel like grabbing one

Vrinda said...

Delicious sweet,totally new to me..sounds yumm

Tulip said...

Hi Dolon,
this looks so delicious. kintu besh koshto -sapekkho byapar mone holo. Kudos to u for making these ! :)

Jyoti said...

Looks delicious, this is something very new to me. Will try it sometime. Nice to see your post again.

Hari Chandana said...

Mouthwatering photos... looks soo delicious .. very tempting.. :)

shanthi said...

I have tagged you dear. Please collect it from my blog.

Jyoti said...

Hi Dolon, PLease pick up your awards and tag from my blog!

Shri said...

Bengali sweets are the best I should say!Yours' looks absolutely delicious:)

Divya Vikram said...

Sounds like a sinful yummy dessert!

CHAITRA said...

yummy recipes.name sounds very unique!!
Drop in sometime

Fathima said...

never heard of this before.. looks so tempting...

FoodLovers said...

will try this recipe and let u know .looks gr8

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Aarthi said...

First time here..Glad I reached here..Following you right away...This looks delicious.…Totally yummy..Thanks for sharing it dear…Should try it soon…If you have time do check my blog too…

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