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Monday, June 1, 2015

Ponsa Mulik / Jackfruit Muluka

"Ponsa Mulik" is a sweet fried dumpling or fritters prepared using ripe jackfruit pods. They are deep fried in oil and served as a snack especially kids love this dish. You can also find this dish in small hotels in and around Udupi Mangalore. "Ponsa Mulik" is a dish named in Konkani, in Kannada it is called as "Halasina Hannina Muluka". 

Preparation Time : 10 min
Soak Time            : 30 min
Cooking Time      : 30 min
Serves                  : 4

Ingredients :

English Name For Ingredients
Hindi Names For Ingredients
Jackfruit Pods (Chopped)
फली कटहल (कटा हुआ)
3/4 Cup
Dosa Rice
डोसा चावल
1/2 Cup
Grated Coconut
किसा हुआ नारियल
2 tbsp
Cardamom Crushed
इलायची पाउडर
1/2 tbsp
1/4 Cup or as per sweetness
For deep Frying
A Pinch

Preparation ::

  1. Soak dosa rice in water for half an hour. Wash well and drain.
  2. Using blender grind drained rice, Chopped jackfruit pod's, grated coconut and jaggery without adding water to a thick paste.
  3. Place the grounded batter in a bowl. Heat a deep frying pan and pour required amount of oil to fry the dumplings.
  4. In a bowl add water, dip your hand in it and take a small amount of batter into your hand and give a round shape.
  5. When the oil is hot leave dumplings one by one and fry them in a low flame. After few minutes flip each dumpling and fry all the side evenly. It will take 10-12 minutes to cook properly.
  6. When it is crisp and brown remove onto absorbent paper and serve hot with a cup of Tea/Coffee.

Note :
  1. You can use Semolina instead of dosa rice. If you are using semolina, grind grated coconut, chopped jackfruit pods and jaggery. Place the grounded batter in a bowl and add semolina. Remaining procedure are same mentioned above.
  2. Adjust the quantity of jaggery as per your taste.
  3. The reason for applying water to your hand while making dumplings is to avoid stickiness of the batter. You can give shape easilly.


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