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Pooris are the deep fried Indian breads made with wheat flour. Poori are usually made for the festivals, ceremony, parties, etc, but there isn’t any rules; you can make pooris when you feel like eating them. Let’s make the pooris for Navmi pooja…..
- Wheat flour 1 cup
- Water little more than ¼ cup
- Oil to deep fry
Method of preparation
- Make a stiff dough of wheat flour by adding a little water at a time. Cover the dough with damp cloth and leave for 10 minute.
- Now divide the dough into 12 equal portations. Make a round balls of the divided portions.
- Now roll the ball with the help of oil into about 3 inch (diameter) round circle.
- Heat oil in a wok, put the rolled poori in the hot oil.
- Press the poori with the help of spotted ladle and when poori puffs up, turn the side. It takes about 35 seconds to fry a poori.
- Drain out the poori to the kitchen paper. Repeat the process with all the balls.
Serve these poori with any curry preparation or dry vegetables.
Some Tips/ Suggestions:
If you are serving immediately, fry poori on medium-low heat to make them crisp. But if you are planning to serve later, please fry the pooris on medium-high heat to make them soft.
Poori with aloo (dry potato vegetable) is a perfect combo for travel. The following picture has poori, aloo and khatta meetha karela. This karela sabji is also a good option for travel.
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