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Poori

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Poori
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Poori Recipe, How To Make Poori Recipe

Puri is a round, puffed unleavened deep-fried Indian bread, commonly eaten for breakfast or as a light meal. Usually served with a delicious curry or bhaji.

About Recipe

How to make Poori

(14 ratings)
114 reviews so far
prep time
30 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
45 mins
Poori
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Other
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 26, 2007


Ingredients used in Poori
• wheat flour 225 Grams.
• water 100 ml.
• sooji (semolina) 20 Grams.
• oil 2 Teaspoons.
• salt 1 Pinch.
How to make the recipe:
  1. Make the dough with flour, salt, sooji and water. Knead to make a tight dough. Cover with a cloth for 15 min to rest.nbsp;
  2. Knead the dough again and divide the dough in equal small round balls andnbsp;roll it as shown.nbsp;
  3. Deep fry in hot oil and press with a spoon to puff the poori. nbsp; nbsp;

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Articles


“Pani Puri” is amongst the most yummy, mouth-watering and taste bud moving snacks. It is most widely used products in the Indian Chaat group, is the perfect example of any Indian roadside snack food You simply cannot avoid it. Pani Puri is a superb snack for the kids when they arrive from school.  Little round crunchy puris are drenched in mint flavored delicious potato gravy. Preparing Pani Puri in the home is a better means of experiencing and enjoying the lip smacking snack.

 

Pani Puri creates a fantastic presentation and it is simply exciting to eat. It is made of some basic ingredients, chana, moong beans and potato mixed with chat masala along with spicy ingredients. Chopped pudhina is sprinkled over the thick masala gravy. It is possible to replace other beans that you've available as well. You place these inside of a puri and add chutney and “pani.” Pani means here a distinctive flavored water.

 

The Puri are usually made from sooji, Maida and wheat flour. They're thin and crisp. You may have bought puri ready from the shops. But making Puri in the home is quite simple. It only need couple of ingredients. You can store puri in airtight jar. You can actually use the puri later on to make Ragda Puri, Dahi puri or Dahi batata puri.

 

 Based on the location Pani puri has several names in India:

 

  • In Punjab, Haryana, Jharkhand, plus other regions, it is called ‘Gol Gappa’.
  • In Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, it's called ‘Pani ke Bataashe’.
  • In Goa, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, refer to it ‘Pani Puri’.
  • In West Bengal, it is actually widely known as ‘Phuchka’.

 

Positives and Negatives of Pani Puri:

Advantages are:  pani puri aids you to heal mouth ulcers, additionally, it provides comfort from acidity.

Drawbacks are: pani puri generally is a high source of fat affiliated calories. Pani puri isn't a food of high satisfied benefit.


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  • TANISHA SYED

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   2010-09-08

i almost forget this poori... my mum made poori for us .. on the verious occasio...

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  • Tarun Katara

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   2010-09-12

Your presentation is very interesting. You kind of inspire to cook (which is you...

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  • Einstein Wallah

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   2011-01-03

no sound in left ear!

 

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  • freddy thewise

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   2011-02-18

too many science facts in his cooking

 
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  • Whiz mum

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   2011-09-03

the best chef ever !!!

 
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  • essoninja1

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   2012-03-02

such a nice guy....great chef...you are the best...


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  • Elizabeth Hansen

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   2012-12-19

umm goshhh, plz dun say that..im a western gal..norwegian and no.. asian and mid...

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  • Shehla Anjum

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   2013-03-09

Your recipe is really excellent....i made them today's morning..they were p...

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  • khaled abedin

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   2013-03-21

hey chef...can i use all purpose flower

 

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  • jesusislove

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   2013-04-17

hello chef, I watched your video yesterday.. tried it out- and the pooriz puffed...

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  • Harinder S

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   2013-04-26

"At whatever.com"

 
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  • Harinder S

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   2013-04-26

"Roll ur dough into nice......long shape" haha. 8====D


 


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