Pholourie is basically a batter, fried in oil by the spoonfuls and served with a sauce or chutney of some kind. Usually the popular sauces are tamarind chutney dip, shadon beni chutney, mango chutney or any other chutney for that fact.
Pholourie is sold everywhere (at palours, the market, and busy street corners); it is popular at football matches, family day celebration, harvests, and even parties and fetes. Wherever there are people enjoying themselves, look out for Pholourie. It is perhaps more popular than doubles because of its versatility. This finger food is delicious and loved by all.
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Use one pack of Chief Pholourie Mix and slowly add one cup water while mixing, to form a smooth paste. Cook immediately if needed. Pour enough oil, in a frying pan, heat until medium hot. Drop pholourie Mix by teaspoonfuls into heated oil. Pholourie should begin to try immediately and will rise to surface of oil and float, turn over if necessary and allow to try until golden. Remove and place or absorbent paper.