EDIBLE POTLI BAG/SNACKS

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Hi friends, snacks are very joyous food for us, isn’t??? I too love snacks much more and generally I and dad used to eat after immediate meals… Nowadays I hardly take snacks due to health consciousness. Usually tea time will accompany with some snacks… One good evening I was planned to make cutlet and I changed to do something different so that here the potli bag formed…
You know I made crochet Potli bag… When I see the edible potli bag I got remembered this cute potli bag…



Category
Snacks
Regional
Indian
Preparation Time
15 Minutes 
Cooking Time
20 Minutes
Yield
6-7


INGREDIENTS
To make outer layer
Maida – ½ Cup
Salt – To taste
Water – To require
To make stuffing
Boiled and Mashed Potatoes – 2 Medium
Boiled Green peas – ½ Cup
Onion – 1 Chopped
Garlic Pods – 6-7 Chopped
Garam masala powder – ¼ Tsp
Red chilli powder – ½ Tsp
Coriander powder – ½ Tsp
Cumin powder – ¼ Tsp
Cumin seeds – ½ Tsp
Salt – To taste
Oil – 2 Tsp + to deep fry


METHOD
Preparation of Outer layer Dough
  • Take wide mixing bowls add flour, salt and water and knead it well and keep it aside and move on to masala preparation. 


Preparation of stuffing
  • Heat oil in a pan add cumin seeds wait for splutter then add onion and garlic saute it for 2 minutes or raw smell goes.
  • Now add other spice powders and saute it for 2 minutes on low flame and switch off the flame.
  • Take the mashed potatoes and mash the boiled green peas in a bowl.
  • Add the masala mixture to this and mix it well till everything is combined.
  • Grease your hand with oil and make small balls.

Making of Potli bag
  • Make equal size balls of the dough and masala mixture.
  • Roll the dough into thin sheet and place the masala into the center and fold it as shown in the picture to get the potli bag shape.


Hot Potli Bag
  • Heat enough oil in a kadai.
  • Deep fried all the potli bags one by one till get golden brown.
  • Serve it hot.


Very Crispy and Delicious Edible Potli Bag!!!



Accompaniment for Potli bag


20 comments:

  1. long time back tasted this in chineese restaurant !

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  2. Such a cute idea, Viji.. Snack looks delicious too..
    Great starter for a party..

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  3. i love both the edible and nonedible potli ,looks cute.

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  4. Looks very yummy..love the filling.

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  5. this is just too good... please pass me a couple of them...

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  6. those parcels looks so cute and love the filling da

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  7. Love that crochet potli bag sis,i love crochet.. And that cute fried potli looks tremendous and feel like munching some.

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  8. wow...
    looks cute and love to have some :)

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  9. remembering kuchelan kizhi. Lovely stuffing and a perfect tea time snack.

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  10. Cute one Viji, loved that pick potli bag too..Cho chweet!! I love making bags too.. good one, loved the filling too :)

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  11. potli bag looks too cute n inviting viji..filling also sounds delicious...well done viji!

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  12. potli snack bag looks so cute n inviting da..filling also sounds delicious..well done viji!

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