Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe (Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe)

Crispy whole wheat bread stuffed with coarsely ground almond and jaggery.

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Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe (Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe)
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Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe (Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe) is an innovative recipe to use almond into your bread recipe. The bread is made with a mixture of whole wheat and semolina. Then a coarse mixture of almond and jaggery is stuffed and rolled into puri shapes dough and fried. It is best to be had during any festive season or even on a Sunday lunch when one seeks to create something new and rich dishes.

Serve the Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe(Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe) along with Basundi (Rabri) Recipe (A Nutty Condensed Milk Pudding) or gulab jamun to enjoy desserts after your Good sunday meal. 

If you are looking for more Sweet Recipe here are some: 

  1. Badusha/Balushahi Recipe (Sweet Indian Doughnut)
  2. Sakkarai Pongal Recipe (Sweetened Rice And Jaggery Pudding Recipe)
  3. Aval Payasam Recipe (Sweet Flattened Rice Pudding)

Cuisine: Tamil Nadu
Course: Dessert
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

10 M

Cooks in

20 M

Total in

30 M

Makes:

4 Servings

Ingredients

    For the dough
  • 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • 4 tablespoon Sooji (Semolina/ Rava)
  • Water , to knead
  • For the stuffing
  • 20 Badam (Almond) , soaked and skin removed
  • 2 tablespoons Palm jaggery

How to make Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe (Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe)

  1. We begin making the Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe (Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe) by kneading the dough into a soft consistency. Cover and rest it for few minutes.

  2. Then grind the soaked and peeled almond along with jaggery to a coarse mixture. Keep it aside.

  3. Heat a kadai with oil to fry the puris. Take out a small ball of dough and roll it flat not too thin.

  4. Take a teaspoon of the mixture and place it in the center. Bring in the sides and cover it . Make sure there are no holes.

  5. Flatten it and roll it again to about 1 centimeter thickness. Fry the puri when the oil becomes hot.

  6. Keep flipping it over and fry it so that it evenly get browned on both the side. Take the puri out and strain it over a napkin.  Do the rest for the remaining ingredients. 

  7. Serve the Tamil Nadu Style Badam Puri Recipe(Almond Stuffed Whole Wheat Puri Recipe) along with Basundi (Rabri) Recipe (A Nutty Condensed Milk Pudding) or gulab jamun to enjoy desserts after your Good sunday meal.

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