Maldivian Gulha : A Recipe from Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

Gulha are bite sized, ball shaped hedhika which are usually stuffed with tuna fish, onions and grated coconut.

If you would like to make “Mas Roshi” which is a flattened version of gulha, then use the same recipe except you need to shape them into flat discs about 3” in diameter and pan fry it.

 

 

Maldivian Gulha : A Recipe from Six Senses Laamu, Maldives

Serves 4

Ingredients:

1 can tuna

1 chili

1 onion

2 curry leaves

1tspn lemon juice

Salt to taste

Black pepper to taste

1 tbsp. Grated coconut

Dough, kneaded (link for recipe)

 

Method:

• Chop onion, chilies and curry leaves.

• Mix together with tuna.

• Make a small ball of this mixture and set aside.

• Roll out small (2-3”) flat thin dough discs

• Wrap the ball in this dough wrapper and pinch the top to close.

• Deep fry in 180 °C oil around 5 munities until golden brown, then take them out, drain the excess oil and place in a serving plate and serve hot.

 

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