Puris in Syrup | Pakkam Puri | How to make Sweet Puri

21 mins Sweets

Puris in Syrup | Pakkam Puri | How to make Sweet Puri | Paakam Puri Are you looking for the best sweet that can be made in 10 minutes? Here is the perfect answer - Andhra Special Syrup Puris. Here is a detailed recipe with images and a video.

Puris in syrup is a special dish for Andhra people. It is easy to make and stays fresh for at least 10 days. Whenever someone's sweet tooth plays up in our house, or the day we are making Puris in our house, we add a little more flour and make special Puris in syrup.

Sometimes, in our house we boil Milk to a thick consistency, add these Syrupy Puris and enou them. As you can see, it is a dish we often make at home.

Puris in syrup are very tasty and melt when we put them in our mouth. Though they are made across Andhra, they are a particularly popular dish in the Godavari districts.

These Puris are made like regular ones but with small variations.

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Tips

• Wheat Flour can be used instead of Maida.

• If the Puris are rolled thinly, then they can be fried to a crispy finish.

• These Puris can be made with the same measurements even with Jaggery syrup.

• If the syrup is stringy then the Puris stay fresh for 10 days.

• In case you want to make this recipe with leftover Puris, put the Puris into the Syrup, let it boil for a minute and remove from the fire. Then the Puris will absorb the Syrup.

Puris in Syrup | Pakkam Puri | How to make Sweet Puri - Recipe Video

Puris in Syrup | Pakkam Puri | How to make Sweet Puri

Sweets | vegetarian
  • Prep Time 1 min
  • Cook Time 20 mins
  • Total Time 21 mins
  • Servings 6

Ingredients

  • For Puris
  • 250 gms Maida/Wheat Flour
  • 1/4 spoon Salt
  • 3 tbsp Ghee
  • For the Syrup
  • 500 gm Sugar
  • 1 tsp Cardamom
  • 150 ml Water

Instructions

  1. Add some Salt and Ghee to the Flour and mix well. Then add water as required and make a soft dough.
  2. After kneading well, cover it with a wet cloth and let it rest for 30 mins.
  3. Add Water to Sugar for Syrup and boil it until you get Syrup in string consistency. Then add Cardamom Powder and remove it from the fire.
  4. Make Lemon-sized balls with the dough and roll them into thin, round circles.
  5. Then coat the Puri with Ghee, fold it into the middle, and then repeat the fold and roll into thick circles.
  6. This Puri comes out well whether you roll it thick or thin but they come out crispy if they are thin. If they are thick, they become juicy.
  7. Let the Puris swell in hot Oil and then put them immediately in hot syrup and remove within 30 seconds.
  8. They are hot and juicy. Even after they cool down, the Puris taste so good with a layer of Sugar Syrup.
  9. They stay fresh for a week if they are stored properly in a tin.

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