Pungulu Recipe - Dosa Batter Delights!
It’s simple, easy to prepare, and incredibly flavoursome. Also known as Punukkulu, this crispy dish is prepared with leftover idli batter or dosa batter. However, it can also be made by preparing fresh batter. After making round balls out of the batter, it’s deep-fried and served with lip-smacking chutneys. As a result, it’s super crispy on the outside, while being savoury and tangy on the inside. This duality makes it the perfect tiffin option or snack item for both children as well as adults. The easy to make snack can also be prepared for Potlucks and Get-togethers, an excellent replacement for Pakoras. Prepare Punugulu with perfectly fermented batter to get the authentic taste. Weather plays a vital role in the process as well. For quick fermentation, you can keep the batter in the oven, add a pinch of baking soda, and leave the light on to get fluffy Punugulu. There are different variations of the Punugulu recipe, the Idli batter recipe, and the dosa batter recipe. You can choose the one that best suits your taste. Some people even make it using maida batter. To make Punugulu at home using the dosa batter recipe, follow the step-by-step instructions given below.