Halwa Puri Channy
Halwa Poori Channay Recipe in Urdu
Halwa Poori is one of the traditional Indian cuisines that our ancestors brought from across the border, after the partition. The origin of Halwa Poori is said to be Uttar Pradesh, India but it is widely eaten and known as one of the most popular Pakistani dishes. The poori is a flatbread which is deep-fried in oil and served with a curry of chickpeas which is locally known as (cholay or channay). Another sweet addition to this delectable dish is the sooji ka halwa that it is served with. Sooji ka halwa is a sweet dish made out of semolina and dressed with dried fruits like almonds and sometimes pistachios (get the complete recipe for sooji ka halwa here). Additionally, the halwa poori is served with some traditional aam ka achar (mango pickle) and a fresh serving of yoghurt. Halwa Poori has become a popular street food among Pakistani's and many roadside stalls are set up to serve hot and steamy portions of this delectable dish mostly on weekends and festive occasions like eid and Ramadan. Follow sooperchef.pk to download the complete recipe and preparation method of this desi delight!