Simple Pori Urundai Bars

Simple Pori Urundai Bars
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Have you ever made pori urundai at home? They are super delicious and so very simple. But if you haven’t made them just because you don’t want to work in the hot pori and jaggery mixture with your hands fearing burns, don’t worry!! I have you covered with my simple pori urundai bars recipe.

A quick and easy twist in making the pori urundai by making them as simple pori urundai bars without compromising the taste and the texture. No more heat burns while making hot urundai and save time too.

Why must you try my recipe of these simple pori urundai bars!

  • These pori urundai bars taste just like the pori urundai, after all the base is same. Just the shape is different.
  • No heat burns while making the urundai [Balls] in your hands.
  • This method is quicker and super simple.
  • You can make a 10 bars, all perfect at once under a minute.
  • Very very delicious.
  • They are vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free.
  • Did I mention they are simple to make already?! Well yes, they are so simple to make.
  • Stays well in an air tight container up to a week. More, if refrigerated.
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Making these pori urundai is so simple and the ingredients are very easily available too. Only 4 ingredients including the water! How cool is it!?

All you need to do is remember the below points and make foolproof pori urundai every time!

  • The jaggery and the rice pori ratio is 1:4. For every cup of jaggery, you will need 4 cups of pori.
  • The jaggery should be boiled until a little of it spooned in a cup of cold water will form a soft ball.
  • You will need a tray or a plate and some parchment paper or non-stick mat/paper.
  • Add any ground spice in the jaggery mix. Ginger, all spice, chai spice. Anything will work wonderfully.

How to make Pori urundai bars😉🙃 – No heat burns one normally get while making hot pori urundai!!

INGREDIENTS  

  • 1 cup jaggery
  • 4 cups rice crisps pori
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp ground ginger or chai spice

INSTRUCTIONS 

  • Boil jaggery with water and ground ginger until soft ball consistency is reached. Ensure the jaggery is in soft ball consistency before you pour in the pori. Check by taking a 1/4 teaspoon of the hot jaggery to a small bowl with cold water. It will immediately form a soft ball if you gather them without dissolving in the water.
  • Pour it all over the pori and mix quickly. Use a large bowl and a spatula for mixing the pori.
  • Dump the mixture in a lined tray, spread and press down. Use another parchment paper on top for this.
  • Cool and slice into bars. Enjoy.
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Simple Pori Urundai Bars – Parveenskitchen.com
Simple Pori Urundai bars

Simple Pori Urundai Bars

Parveen’s Kitchen
A quick and easy twist in making the pori urundai by making them as simple pori urundai bars without compromising the taste and the texture. No more heat burns while making hot urundai and save time too.
Prep Time 15 mins
Cooling time 30 mins
Course Appetizer, Dessert, Indian snacks, Snack
Cuisine Indian, South Indian, Tamil
Servings 8 Bars
Calories 75 kcal

Equipment

  • Tray
  • Parchment Papers

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup jaggery
  • 4 cups rice crisps pori
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp ground ginger or chai spice

Instructions
 

  • Boil jaggery with water and ground ginger until soft ball consistency is reached. Ensure the jaggery is in soft ball consistency before you pour in the pori. Check by taking a 1/4 teaspoon of the hot jaggery to a small bowl with cold water. It will immediately form a soft ball if you gather them without dissolving in the water.
  • Pour it all over the pori and mix quickly. Use a large bowl and a spatula for mixing the pori.
  • Dump the mixture in a lined tray, spread and press down. Use another parchment paper on top for this.
  • Cool and slice into bars. Enjoy.

Notes

  1. Ensure the jaggery is in soft ball consistency before you pour in the pori. Check by taking a 1/4 teaspoon of the hot jaggery to a small bowl with cold water. It will immediately form a soft ball if you gather them without dissolving in the water. 
  2. IF you cannot find parchment paper, just grease the tray with a little ghee and pour the mixture.
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