Pholourie | How to make Easy Pholourie

Pholourie

Pholourie is a fried spiced snack made from a mix of all purpose flour and gram flour, very popular in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Suriname. This was original brought from the Indians settled here many years ago.

In the theme I was cooking on Adapted cuisines, I also wanted to cover something on Indian cuisine adapted in other countries and this pholourie was so apt. I have been wanting to make it for so long and finally so happy that I could make this and enjoyed a hearty snack over the weekend.

I was inspired by this recipe, though there are so many versions found on net! I really enjoyed this theme and hope to have this again to cover so many other cuisines.

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Easy Pholourie

Pholourie

Ingredients Needed:

1 cup All Purpose Flour
1/2 cup Besan / Gram Flour
Salt to taste
1 tsp Sambar Powder / Curry powder
1/2 tsp Instant yeast
1/2 tsp Baking Soda
Water as required to make a batter
Cooking Oil for deep frying

In a bowl, mix all ingredients together to make a smooth batter. Let it rest for 30 minutes.
Heat oil in a Kadai, when the oil is hot using spoon drop batter into the oil and fry till brown on all sides.
Drain on a kitchen towel and serve hot with ketchup.

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Pholourie
Pholourie is a fried spiced snack made from a mix of all purpose flour and gram flour, very popular in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Suriname. This was original brought from the Indians settled here many years ago.
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Cuisine Trinidad
By Cook Method Deep Fried
Occasion Evening Snack
By Diet Vegetarian
Dish Type Deep Fried Dishes
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Cuisine Trinidad
By Cook Method Deep Fried
Occasion Evening Snack
By Diet Vegetarian
Dish Type Deep Fried Dishes
Servings
Ingredients
Pholourie
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Instructions
  1. In a bowl, mix all ingredients together to make a smooth batter. Let it rest for 30 minutes.
  2. Heat oil in a Kadai, when the oil is hot using spoon drop batter into the oil and fry till brown on all sides.
  3. Drain on a kitchen towel and serve hot with ketchup.

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  1. I remembered making a similar sounding dish from Sikkim.I went back and checked but it was a bit different! These fried balls looks like a nice pair with coffee!

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