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Poori

 

 
Poori is a familiar item for most Indians. Though the most common accompaniment for Poori is the Aloo Bhaaji, a potato dish, it can be had with any gravy, be it vegetarian or Non-vegetarian. You can make it using plain wheat flour or a mix of plain flour and wheat flour. With this recipe, I made about 15 Pooris of 4″ diameter
Poori

Poori

Poori is a familiar item for most Indians. Though the most common accompaniment for Poori is the Aloo Bhaaji, a potato dish, it can be had with any gravy, be it vegetarian or Non-vegetarian. You can make it using plain wheat flour or a mix of plain flour and wheat flour. With this recipe, I made abo

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Flour teacup
  • 1 Wheat flour teacup
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • as required Water

Instructions
 

  • In a bowl, mix all the ingredients and knead till you get a soft dough.
  • Take a small ball, flatten and roll out into 4" diameter rounds.
  • Apply a bit of oil on the rolling surface so that the pooris don't stick.
  • Heat oil in a pan and drop a poori into it.
  • Gently press the poori using a slotted spoon and it will puff up.
  • Flip it and remove when it turns golden brown and place on an absorbent paper.
  • Serve hot.

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