April 4, 2011


Puri is an Indian fried bread, it can be served with jam, chutneys or curries.

You need...

1 cup whole wheat atta flour
1/2 cup flour
2 tsp rice flour
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp ajwain or carom seeds optional
1 to 2 tsp oil
oil for frying 1"

First knead all the ingredients using a little bit of water at a time to make a smooth ball. Then divide into small balls and roll it thin without dents.

For this part you will need the help of an adult.
Heat oil in high heat and fry puris one at a time. When puri is put into the oil it will puff up. Pour oil on top or press lightly and it will puff up.
Turn the other side and fry till the puri is golden brown this will only take a minute or two. Remove from oil and put into a paper towel to absorb oil.

Recipe is from Torviewtoronto.

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  1. One of my favorites! Yours look lovely.

  2. I used to love having this when I was younger. And yours look great, and I think I'll try them again.

  3. Seems lovely! Something easy and delicious!

  4. I'm craving for them with chutney !!!! yuuumm

  5. Never tried with Ajwain, love the flavor and will try for sure..

  6. This is one of my favorites as well, they look delicious! Thanks for sharing

  7. This looks delicious and pretty easy to follow! I think I'll try this tonight!

  8. these look good will have to try them


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