Choba Ki Poori.. You can call them as a (Big Gujia). choba ki poori method is same as gujia but without khova and they are big in size. This is muslim family recipe, they cook this on special occasions like marriage. From a bride side they have to cook this and send it to the grooms house before the day of marriage.. There are many other occasions we cook this if I start then I don't think one post will be enough to tell every thing.
This is my Husband's first Diwali away from home and I don't want him to miss anything because of that only I'm trying my best to make him not to miss anything. I cook gujia very often as he loves to eat them , but this time I wanted to try out something new for him so I thought of this recipe and it turn out to be tasty and he loved it. This is not the only thing, I have lots of plans and many dishes to cook. Hoping for the best :-)
Happy Diwali to my all blog readers and to my friends. May god bless you all with lots of happiness and many more years like this with your family and friends :-)
Ingredient's For Filling.
100gm dry coconut
1/4cup dry fruits (almonds, raisin, pistachio and cashew)
Ingredient's For Poori.
2 cups of maida
Water (to make a dough)
Oil for deep frying.
Cooking Method For Filling.
Grate the dry coconut.
Chop the almonds, cashew and pistachio into vertical small pieces.
In a vessel, add sugar, grated coconut and all the dry fruits. Give them a nice mix and set it aside.
Filling is ready.
Cooking Method For Poori's.
Mix maida and ghee.
Now add water and make dough.
Take small amount of dough and make a small chapatti, put the filling, apply water to the corners of chapatti and fold it giving a semi- circular shape. Press the corners of the puri with your nails.
In a deep frying pan heat oil, and deep fry the pooris to golden brown. Take out on to a paper towel.
Choba Poori is ready to serve.
Store them into Airtight container for more then a week..