Puffed Rice Brittles

Puffed Rice Brittles/Puri unde/ them anything .....they add a good crunch while you eat. It is easy to make and what else can a mom like me wants? when I always on look for simple to make snacks for my kiddo! The total time taken to make is about 15 minutes if you have all the ingredients at home. Here you go with the recipe..

You need the following :
Puffed Rice
Grated jaggery
roasted sesame seeds
roasted and deskinned peanuts (optional)
grated dry coconut (optional)
water - 2tbsp

I am not writing the amount of puffed rice qty etc as I did not measure them while making it. You can take approximately. About 4 cups puffed rice: 1/2 cup jaggery ..

Take jaggery and water in a thick bottomed wide pan. Melt jaggery and let it cool. Filter it. Jaggery may contain dirt etc. Clean the vessel and dry it.

Grease a tray with ghee and sprinkle sesame seeds on it.

Take the syrup in the same thick bottomed pan and heat it on medium flame till you get a 2 string consistency syrup. When you pull a drop of syrup btw your thumb and index finger it should form two strings. This takes 2-3 mins time. keep checking.

Add rest of the ingredients and mix. Switch off the stove. Transfer the mixture to the tray. Grease a rolling pin and press down the mixture to spread uniformly over the tray.

Let it cool. You can garnish with dry coconut and nuts if you wish. Cut them into squares and store in a refrigerator or outside.



nice one ...we used to have these during winters in India ....

notyet100 said...

looks delicious nd crunchy,,,thanks for sharin,..can mke for advay,,,lovely pics too

Indian Khana said...

Umm lovely, use to have pori orandai for 10p !! those were the days !!

Cooking Station said... was one of our childhood delicacies..

Priti..ya I wanted to write exactly the same lines in the intro..just didnt feel like it. 10paise ka zamaana gaya..1rupee mein bhi nahi aa ta hoga .. :D

Priyanka, ya infact advay would enjoy eating it..

Indian Khana said...

True LG, but I still love the orandai rather the patties...I can understand why you did patties instead of orandai ;)

Srikitchen said...

we call it s pori urundai! i love that taste! my son too has started eating that... delicious recipe!

A_and_N said...

Yes, these are similar to pori-urundais. A nice, quick sweet!
Thanks for the recipe and tips on its preparation :)

The puliyogare that you tried from Veda's blog also looks very tasty :)

ST said...

Nice sweet looks delicious and crunchy......Thanks for sharing.

notyet100 said...

thnks alot for the sweet surprise,..will cherish it always..

Shreya said...

looks delicious and crunchy!!thanks for the recipe..

Illatharasi said...

Can I have one more piece, before I came, everyone else had finished it :( ;)

Are you bringing this to the meet?

BTW, that thank u was created by me... I will send it to you ;)

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Deepthi Shankar said...

puri unde looks yummy .. we get loads of this during the wedding season .. a good evening snack for sweet lovers

Anonymous said...

Your brittles look so puffy and crunchy at the same time. I think my daughter would love making and eating these:) Thanks for the recipe!

Uma said...

delicious brittles! Awesome pics.

Lakshmi said...

@ Sri and A&N,
we make unde's too..but I prefered to make it as slabs as it was easy to make! less work u see.. :D

Lakshmi said...

@ Sireesha,
Try it sometimes, your children might like it.

It is nice to have friends like you.

@ Shreya,
It tasted crunchy and good :D

@ Vanisri,
ummm..since u asked for it..let me think of rolling another batch with added goodies and then bring them :)

@ Vegetable Platter,
you are absolutely right! wedding seasons and puri unde is exactly how we remember too..

@ Farida,
I am glad that you could write your coment here. Thanks for you feedback. I hope your daughter likes it.

blush blush..thanks for telling me the pics are awesome. you made my day u see..

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KonkaniBlogger said...

Hey, nice one..I used to eat these ladoos back home, will have to try this way..Looks really good..

Sagari said...

wowwwww thosr brittles look soooooo delecious lakshmi ,nice one

Anisheetu said...

Ah wanted to try this since long... yummy recipe... Have passed u the magic lamp of luck collect from my craft blog...

Sukanya Yogesh said...

Wow, I love the Pori Urundai and also love the fact that you made it into bars just like the ones you get in Singapore. I have passed you an award. Please refer to my blog for further details