Friday, February 8, 2008

Keema bundles or potlies


Ingredients for stuffing

1/2 lb ground chicken
1 onion ( chopped)
1 tbs ginger & garlic paste
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
1 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp turmuric
1/2 bunch cilantro
salt
3 to 4 tbs oil

For dough

1 cup all purpose flour
4 tbs butter ( or) margarine
salt
water to make dough

OIL for frying





Method

Add salt and cold butter (cubed) in to flour, make a stiff dought by adding water ,cover and keep aside.

Now for making keema ,heat oil in a wide pan add onions fry until light golden ,add ginger garlic paste fry for 2 more min then add ground chicken fry for 5 min on high flame until water is evaporated completely then add salt and turmuric cook on a low flame until chicken is cooked now add chilli powder,coriander powder,garam masala and cilantro leaves sautee untill chicken in cooked completely and let it COOL .

Now roll dough in to small puries and stuff those puries with keema ,damp the edges with water
and press tightly as shown in picture ( u can make any shape u like ) .

Heat oil in a pan and fry in a batches on a low flame until gloden .

Serve with ketchup



27 comments:

Laavanya said...

Kheema Bundles.. :)

Your carrot cake looks great too.

Sagari said...

wow laavanya that would be a lovely name for those bundles

Uma said...

Yes, that's a nice name for that. But too bad I can't make them as I am a vegetarian. I am definitely going to try your carrot cake.

Cynthia said...

Kheema parcels or bundles like Laavanya and Sagari have suggested?

daphne said...

As this is the Chinese New Year Season, I can't help but notice that the little parcels are shaped like tiny "money bags". In olden day china, people used to carry coins in a money bag.... for Chinese New Year, the money bag became like a symbol of wealth.

So to cut the long story short, what abaout Kheema Money Bags? =)

Sagari said...

thats a cute name daphne

Rajitha said...

looks cute!!

sra said...

Ok, I was thinking of parcels and money bags too!

singairishgirl said...

They look like samosas to me but there's no potatoes.

Happy cook said...

Kheema wontons as it looks like the chinese wontons :-)
or why not laavanya's kheeme bundles :-) you know you can have a name to your dish

Madhavi said...

looks like chicken samosas.may be you curry filled pastry pouches.Just a fun try though I am vegetarian.

Daily Meals said...

Those kheema potlis look cute Sagari! I will try them with soy granules curry.

Seema said...

Chooti pootli!

Sig said...

Cute parcels Sagari, I am really bad at coming up with names... :) But all the suggestions sound good to me...

Sagari said...

seema --- choti potli is a nice name for those

sig -- me to very bad in naming

Maya said...

Cute bundles...

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Hi Sagari

seeing you in a long time...

Lovely bundles..as I dont have keema I can definitely think of some other filling...lovely name!!

Your carrot cake looks great.

Kate / Kajal said...

i've always made these with moong dal but never with keema. Gr8 idea .... i have to try these. Thanks :)

indosungod said...

Delicious snack, and ofcourse the name potlies is very appropriate.

Dhivya said...

wow nice recipe..never heard abt this one..thanks for sharing

Rosie said...

Oh your keema bundles look beautiful Sagari!

Rosie x

Rachel said...

Love the name Potlis! Sounds like a delicious recipe!

Kalai said...

So adorable, Sagari! Looks delicious and attractive, too. :)

Seena said...

Keema bundles looks delicious, Sagari..your pics looks too good..!:)

glamah16 said...

These would be great appetizers for a party!

Mishmash ! said...

oh i loved this recipe....both the ingredients and its shape as well :) To cut the time short, we can use wonton wrappers or phyllo sheets i guess...

Kribha said...

Sagari... seriously, Did you go to some catering school or are you working as a chef somewhere? I'm amazed at the beautiful dishes you create. Just beautiful.