Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe With Stuffed Caramelized Bananas
Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe is a delicious pancake, made Gujarati style using whole wheat flour and jaggery as a sweetener. A breakfast option that can be put together in a jiffy. The pudla tastes great when served along with masala chai as well.
Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe is the Sweet Whole Wheat Pancake with jaggery. It consumes less oil and is egg free. It is heirloom recipe from my grandmother from whom I learnt the tricky part of making the batter with right consistency.
Serve Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe as a delicious sweet for parties or even festivals like diwali and dussehra.
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- 1/2 Cup Jaggery , grated
- 1/3 cup Water
- 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour
- Nutralite Classic Spread , as required for the Caramelized Bananas
- Nutralite Classic Spread , as required
- 1 Ripe Bananas , sliced into rounds (large banana)
- 2 tablespoons Jaggery , powdered
- 1 teaspoon Cardamom (Elaichi) Powder
- 1/2 cup Fresh coconut
- 1/4 cup Cashew nuts
How to make Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe With Stuffed Caramelized Bananas
To prepare Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe, in a mixing bowl, soak jaggery in water for few minutes to be dissolved.
Add whole wheat flour into jaggery water and blend it using blender.
Keep it aside for 5 min. Pudla Batter should not be thin, but instead of a thick spreading consistency.
Heat a flat skillet. Spread a generous spoon of the pudla batter into a thin pancakes. Spread it quickly. Make sure that the flame is low.
Spread Nutralite Classic around the meetha pudla.
Flip once you see that the exposed surface of pudla looks dry and cooked.
Cook on the other side for about 2 minutes or till done. Repeat to make remaining meetha pudlas as needed.
To make the stuffing, heat a skillet and met the Nutralite classic and jaggery. Once melted, add the bananas and the cardamom powder. Gently caramelize the bananas in the jaggery until it gets well coated and sticky.
Once done, turn off the heat.
In another small pan, melt a little Nutralite Classic again, add the cashew nuts and roast on medium heat until light browned and crisp.
Place these bananas on one half the the Meetha Pudla, sprinkle some roasted cashew nuts, freshly grated coconut and serve the Meetha Pudla as a sweet for parties and festivals.
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