Omana Pola

Omana pola is a small envelope filled with nutty-eggy sweetness from Malabar cuisine. This sweet nosh from Malabar is a deliciously layered dish of coconut filling inside pancakes that are folded and shallow fried again. It is usually prepared in Ramadan season.

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Omana Pola

Omana pola is a small envelope filled with nutty-eggy sweetness from Malabar cuisine. This sweet nosh from Malabar is a deliciously layered dish of coconut filling inside pancakes that are folded and shallow fried again. It is usually prepared in Ramadan season.

Category : Snacks, Egg-tarian

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By Adeela Shamnas

Published On: 30 Sep 2017

Rating: 4
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

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Step 1 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 1

In a bowl,take plain flour,egg,salt aand enough water and make a thin batter.

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Step 2 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 2

Heat ghee in a pan and toss in raisins and chopped almonds.

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Step 3 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 3

Add the beaten eggs with sugar and cardamom powder and make a scramble for 3 minutes.

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Step 4 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 4

Heat another pan and pour 1 spoon full of batter to make a thin pancake.

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Step 5 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 5

Place a small portion of filling in the centre.flod its corners so that it resembles an envelope.

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Step 6 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 6

Heat a frying pan on medium flame,dip the envelope in egg mixture and shallow fry in ghee on both sides.

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Step 7 Omana Pola Recipe

Step 7

The sweet omana pola is ready.

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