Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori (2 variations)Pin

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Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori (2 variations)

Puri is one of my all-time favourite dish and one of the most popular Indian breakfast recipes.

I make it at least twice a month, it is a popular Indian dish and taste absolutely yummy.

You can use wheat flour/maida for making the poori. Feel free to add some sooji to it which will keep it puffy for a long time.

This is an everyday breakfast version, which is easy to make.

You can enjoy it with butter chicken, aloo tamatar ki sabjibilahir tokkaddu ki sabjichole or anything you wish.

The important thing is to make the dough harder than chapatti dough.

This ensures that puris remain puffy and consumes very little oil. Give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.

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Aloo Tamatar And Poori_ Best Indian Breakfast Recipes

Poori is one of my all-time favourite dishes and one of the most popular Indian breakfast recipes.

I make it at least twice a month, it is a popular Indian dish and tastes absolutely yummy. You can use wheat flour/maida for making the poori.

Feel free to add some sooji to it which will keep it puffy for a long time.

The important thing is to make the dough harder than chapatti dough. This ensures that puris remain puffy and consumes very little oil.

Variation 1: Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori

Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy PooriPin
Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori

This is an everyday breakfast version, which is easy to make. You can enjoy it with baingan bhaja, butter chickenaloo tamatar ki sabjibilahir tokkaddu ki sabji , chole or anything you wish. Give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.

Course Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine Indian

Keyword Poori Recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes

Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 3 people

Author Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Ingredients

  • Oil for deep frying
  • 4 cups Wheat Flour/Maida
  • Salt to taste
  • Water as needed

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    Instructions

    1. Take wheat flour/Maida and salt in a bowl. Add in oil and rub it into the flour. Add water slowly and knead a stiff dough. Rest the dough for 10 to 15 mins.
    2. Divide the dough into equal balls. Take a small ball in an oiled surface and roll it into small pooris.
    3. Heat oil for deep frying, and drop a tiny piece of dough to test the heat of the oil.. if ready then drop the pooris in hot oil and fry till puffy.
    4. Press using a ladle on top and the poori will puff up. Now flip over and cook. Serve while hot.

    Variation 2: Poori Recipe For Making Khasta Kachori Poori

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    Poori Recipe For Making Khasta Kachori Poori

    Ingredients

    • 2 tsp Everest hing/asafetida [Click To Buy]
    • 2 tsp Fennel seed Powder roasted and ground [Click To Buy]
    • 1tsp salt
    • 1tbsp Ghee/oil [Click To Buy]
    • Oil for deep frying
    • 4 cups Wheat Flour/Maida
    • Water as needed

    Instruction

    1. The preparation method is the same as above. Only the ingredients added are different.
    2. You have to bear one thing in mind this poori will taste like a kachori and will NOT puff up like the other poori in variation 1 recipe.
    3. It will also be a little crisp as compared to the Variation 1 recipe.
    4. The size of the poori depends on how big or small you want it to be.
    5. But remember that is a poori and not a kachori so keep it thin like a normal poori when you roll it out with a rolling pin.
    6. If the dough is stiff then the oil consumption is less if the dough is soft then the oil consumption is on the higher side.
    7. So for guilt-free eating keep the dough stiff and not soft.
    8. The dough can be Wheat Flour, Maida, or a 50-50 combination of both. The ratio of combination of flour can also be altered as per your family choice.

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    Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori (2 variations)Pin

    Recipe Name: Poori Recipe For Making Soft Puffy Poori

    Author: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

    Description: Puri is one of my all-time favourite dish and one of the most popular Indian breakfast recipes. I make it at least twice a month, it is a popular Indian dish and taste absolutely yummy.

    Preperation time: 10

    Cook Time: 15

    Total Time: 25

    Type: main course

    Recipe Yield: 4 people

    Recipe Ingredients: Oil for deep frying, 4 cups Wheat Flour/maida, Salt to taste, Water as needed, For Kachori, 1 tsp hing/asafetida, 2 tsp Fennel seed Powder roasted and ground

    Recipe Instructions: Take wheat flour/Maida and salt in a bowl. Add in oil and rub it into the flour. Add water slowly and knead a stiff dough. Rest the dough for 10 to 15 mins. Divide the dough into equal balls. Take a small ball in an oiled surface and roll it into small pooris. Heat oil for deep frying, drop a tiny piece of dough to test the heat of the oil.. if ready then drop the pooris in hot oil and fry till puffy. Press using a ladle on top and the poori will puff up. Now flip over and cook. Serve while hot.

    Recipe Cuisine: Indian

    Calories: 107

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    Summary

    This is an everyday breakfast version, which is easy to make. You can enjoy it with butter chicken, aloo tamatar ki sabji, bilahir tokkaddu ki sabjichole or anything you wish.

    Pros

    The important thing is to make the dough harder than chapatti dough. This ensures that puris remain puffy and consumes very little oil. Give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
     

    Cons

    Alose dough means poori consuming more oil and will be greasy.

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