Poori Recipe | Indian Bread Puri Kaise Banate Hai
Poori Recipe | Indian Bread Puri Kaise Banate Hai – Whatever the occasion, the easiest and most popular dish is puri. Puri is an Indian bread that is good fit for every taste of food, whether it is sweets like Amaras, Basundi or spicy foods like Alu Bhaji and Chana.
We are in the last phase of summer and the intensity of heat outside is increasing day by day. In this hot summer, it is natural to feel to eat something chilled.
We eat a lot of cold foods like ice cream, juice, kulfi but the taste of cold amaras made from Alphonso mango is something different. One of the famous dishes here in Maharashtra is cold Amaras and hot Puri.
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I have shared with you the recipe of how to make Hapus Mango Amaras at home. Now, I will share with you how to make Puri which you can eat with Amaras. Making puri is very easy, just you need to know the right recipe for it. So let’s get started.
Ingredients for Poori Making
- Wheat Flour – 1 Cup
- Semolina – 2 tbsp
- Oil – 2 tsp
- Salt – 1 tsp
- Oil For Frying
Making puri requires very little ingredients and efforts. There is a hotel in Dadar, Mumbai whose name is Aaswad and in this hotel Amaras Puri is very famous. We are going to make the same type of puri today, so let’s see how to make perfect puri at home.
How to Make Poori at Home
1. Firstly take wheat flour then add semolina to it.
2. Mix well.
3. Now add oil and mix again.
4. Add water and knead dough.
5. As we added semolina to the flour, it will soak the water.
6. Rest the dough for 10 mins.
7. After 10 mins check the dough and add oil. knead it again.
8. Now take a small part of the dough.
9. Roll the disk.
10. Disk should not be too thin and too thick.
11. Now take a small round shape cutter, you can also use a bowl, glass, or lid of small ghee bottle.
12. After cutting a round shape puri heat the oil.
13. Leave puri’s in moderately hot oil.
14. Press puri lightly with the help of a spatula.
15. Fry puri from both sides.
16. Do not burn.
17. Puri is ready to serve with cold aamras.
Isn’t that a very simple recipe? But yes! the taste of poori and aamras is so amazing. If you have mangoes at home or you are planning to buy mangoes from the market today, try this simple and less time-consuming recipe combo known as aamras and poori at home.
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