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Mugsamali

Mugsamali Or Bhaja Puli Or Muger Puli Pithe

Mugsamali Or Bhaja Puli Or Muger Puli Pithe


Makar Sankranti is Our Forth coming Festival. In almost every Bengali kitchen will be full with aroma of Date Plam Jaggery Or "Nolen Gur". This fastival is known as "Poush Sankranti" in West Bengal. Varities of sweets will be made with Ground rice, date plam jaggery , milk and many other ingredinets. These special sweets which are made during this winter festival is called "Pithe". One of the most popular "Pithe" is Mugsamali Or Mung daler Bhaja Pithe. My Grand mom(my dad's mother) usually made this Mugsamali during this season. I also made this pithe following her recipe. Mugsamali


Ingredients

For the Body:

  • Moong/Mung Dal 1 cup
  • Red Yum/Rangalu 2
  • Maida 1 cup
  • Rice Flour 1/2 cup

For Stuffing :

  • Scraped Coconut 2 cups
  • Khoya Kheer 1 cup
  • Molasses Or Date Plum Jaggery 1 cup
  • Crashed Green Cardamom 3 to 4

Sugar Syrup :

  • Sugar 1 cup
  • Water 2 cups

Vegetable oil Or Ghee for deep frying

About Recipe

Cuisine »

Regional »

Meal »

Ocassion »

Yields »

8

Cooking Level »

Medium

Preperation Time »

1 Hour(s) 30 Minute(s)

Cooking Time »

45 Minute(s)



Mugsamali


Steps to Prepare

Making the Stuffing :

  • Take a pan add all the ingredients for stuffing , mix them and cook on low flame by stirring constantly to protect from buring at the botton. At the begining lots of juice will come from the ingredients, but don't worry all the juice will be evaporated after 10-12 minutes.
  • When the mixture will start to leave the side of the pan, the stuffing is ready. The stuffing will be not too dry or wet.

Making the Outside/Body :

  • Boil the Moong Dal and strain with a clean maslin cloth, keep in a bowl. Now peel the Red yum, cut into pieces and boil to make the yum soft. Strain the boiled yum too and add to the boiled moong dal.
  • Mash them together. Add the Maida and Rice Flour and mix with the mashed Dal and Yum to make a dough. The dough should not be so soft or tight. If you feel the dough is little sougy and sticking to your and, add some more Maida to make it perfect and non-sticking to your hand.
  • Now make small round balls from the Dough, make a small hole inside of a ball by pressing your oiled thumb, put 1 tablespoon of stuffing inside the hole, bring the two edges together and press the edges to close and secure the shape of half moon. In this way make the rest of the Mugsamalies.
  • Heat enough oil/ghee in a deep frying pan. When the oil/ghee is hot enough add one puli at a time. Fry 2-3 pulies at a time. Fry the Pulies till they look golden brown. Take them out from the oil/ghee and put into a bowl. Fry all of them and keep aside.

Sugar Syrup :

  • Now take 1 cup of sugar and 2 cups of water in a pan, mix them together till the sugar dissolves and place the pan on high heat to make syrup. When the syrup starts boiling, turn off the heat and pour the syrup over the fried Mugsamali. Serve the Pithe Hot.
Mugsamali
Mugsamali