Kudaalu | Sweet Poornam Kudalu

Kudaalu

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Kudaalu or Sweet Poornam Kudalu are Ganesh Chathurthi special dish made with maida pockets stuffed with a sweet filling made with coconut and jaggery.

These Kudaalu are similar to Kajjikayalu, except its made with a stuffing of coconut and jaggery. We also add chana dal to the mix in the other version.

The pictures that I am sharing today are from 2019 Ganesh Chaturthi pooja from Amma. We stopped getting Ganesh Idol made of clay. So Amma gets it for her pooja and keeps it for 3 or 5 days depending.

Amma makes about 5 to 7 different dishes for Neivedyam, while I surely make Sweet Poli along with other dishes like this Kudaalu or Booralu.

I have already shared one version of Kudaalu and this one is with different fillings. The dishes on the Naivedyam plate are Sweet Poil, Kobbari Kudumulu, Medu Vadai, Nuvvula Laddu, Peanut Laddoo, Kudaalu

For a detailed collection of dishes made during Ganesh Chaturthi, you can select ones that are easy for you.

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Kudaalu

Sweet Poornam Kudalu

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Kudaalu | Sweet Poornam Kudalu
Kudaalu or Sweet Poornam Kudalu are Ganesh Chathurthi special dish made with maida pockets stuffed with a sweet filling made with coconut and jaggery.
Kudaalu
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
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medium
Ingredients
For the Outer Layer
For the Filling/ Stuffing
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
medium
Ingredients
For the Outer Layer
For the Filling/ Stuffing
Kudaalu
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Instructions
  1. In a bowl take the maida with salt and oil, mix well.
  2. Then slowly add water to knead to a stiff dough.
  3. Cover and let it rest for 15 mins.
  4. Meanwhile make the stuffing ready by grating the coconut.
  5. Melt the jaggery in just enough water and remove impurities if any.
  6. Next add the grated coconut and cardamon powder.
  7. Continue to cook till the mixture comes together.
  8. To make the kudaalu, divide the dough into equal balls.
  9. Dust and roll out into 3 to 4 inch discs.
  10. Place a spoonful of the stuffing in the center and bring the outer side of the discs to enclose the stuffing as a half moon.
  11. Pinch on the sides as a pleates to close well.
  12. Heat a kadai with oil, when hot, simmer and deep fry the Kudaalu on both sides.
  13. Drain on a kitchen towel.
  14. Serve as prasadam before partaking.
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  1. Sometimes just like you, when I receive some recipes that are very similar yet slightly different with a different name, I will be in confusion for a long time… hehe… I can literally taste the kudaalu… Yum! This year, festivals are so different, isn’t it? ?All we can do is to just let this time pass and hope that the next time, things will be better…

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