Sunday, June 5, 2016

Paani Poori Lollies

BM # 65
Week: 1, Day : 3
Theme: Summer Coolers

You all know my love for Paani Poori. I need it at least twice a week. I love to try different versions of this awesome street food. During the previous marathons I have made paani Poori with different flavored waters too. This time I made regular water and I had some leftover water. Normally I hate to waste, specially this spicy water. I just drink it up the next day, but this time I decided to freeze it and make a lolly out of it. Since the water was quite spicy I thought it would be interesting to finish it up with some sweet Meethi chutney.

So here is how I made these Lollies

What you need

How to go about
Mix the water very well , and pour in the lolly mould.
Place them in a freezer for 20 minutes, remove and blend for a few seconds.
Pour it back in the lolly mould and this time freeze till almost done.
Add two teaspoons of the sweet chutney and refreeze , till completely frozen .

The idea behind freezing and pulsing is to blend back all the spices, else they just settle at the bottom.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#65

This post also goes to PJ who is hosting Kid's Delight this month.

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  1. Omg, this is seriously too much, paani poori lollies, omg where do u get this much creative ideas Vaishali.

  2. Gosh now that's really a fantastic way to enjoy the hot summer!

  3. Wow, what an interesting and innovative popsicles with pani poori. Sounds absolutely delicious.

  4. This is so innovative! I usually freeze my left over paani after making pani puri. This is such a lovely thing to sip on.....I am trying it next time.

  5. OMG.. last year I made kalakhatta and loved it. I bet this would be heavenly with bursting flavors. wonderful

  6. After two interesting sweet recipes, I love this tangy lollies for the Marathon. Would love to try this innovative idea soon!

  7. Am drooling here Vaishali. I haven't even forgot the paani poori shots you made during the meet. Next time we meet, you need to make these for me..