In India, puri is basically making on some special occasions. Puri is made up from Atta but its dough is little but hard then roti dough. Puri is cooked in deep fried oil or ghee. At any special occasion, you can make the different type of Puries like Sweet Til Puri, Palak Puri, Radhaballabh Puri, Maize flour Puri, Puffy Soft Milk Puri, Green Peas masala Puri, Potato Poori, Sama ke chawal ki Puri, Khasta Puri, Khasta Puri, Mango Puri, etc. You can also search the process to make the different type of puri recipes.
During winters everybody relish eating sweet poori prepared with sesame seeds, especially kids. We can even pack these in lunch box of children.
Kids at home are very fond of Sweet Pooris. It tastes like sweet biscuits with sweet taste.
A special dish for breakfast as well as for snacks, relish this amazing poori anytime. Enjoy the stuffed receipe of poori and take a taste of dish.
Green peas bedmi poori is crispy and spicy poori recipe famous with the name of matar poori. These pooris are so yummy that you will crave for these pooris more and more.
You relish the Missi poori made from healthy and nutritious Spinach. Enjoy this simple recipe of Palak Missi poori.
Kuttu Atta cannot be kneaded with just simple water. Potato or Arbi is used to knead the flour. You also get crispy Pooris when the flour is kneaded with Potato or Arbi.
We often keep making roti, paranthas, halwa, upma, mehri and pinni with maize flour but masala poori prepared with maize flour comes out really soft and crusty. These piping hot pooris can be served with any sabzi, curd or pickle.
Aloo poori prepared with wheat flour mixed with desi masalas and boiled potatoes stuffing can be served with any sabzi or have it as a snack with evening tea. These delicious pooris can be prepared for any festival or for kids tiffin or pack them.
Bedmi Puri is prepared by kneading grounded wet dal with Atta or by filling Bedmi with Dal ki Pitthi. This recipe is for the former method, Moong Dal Bedmi Puri with tastfull.
Pumpkin Poori can be salty as well as sweet. The salty pumpkin poori is as soft as a normal poori but tastes like a kachori. If you want to prepare special kind of poori on festivals and special occasions, you can make hot and crispy Masala Poori.
Flavorsome and delicious poppy seed pooris make a perfect menu for any party or special occasion. If bored of eating plain pooris then try out these pooris this weak and relish eating with it.
Kneaded with Milk this soft and puffy poori can be made for any festival. Serve it with any Gravy sabzi you desire. Puffy Soft Milk Poori is a delicious.
Pooris are often prepared for special occasions or festivals. You can prepare pooris with numerous styles for these special occasions. Let us make spinach pooris today. Enjoy the taste of it.
A crusty and yummy winter special snack. Here is Tempting Makka Masala Aloo Poori. Taste and enjoy the yummy snacks.
Samo rice kheer, pulao chakli or poori are some of the meals consumed during fasts (vrat). Today we are making samo rice poori for fast which has a scrumptious taste is begins.
Luchi Recipe is white in colour after frying, whereas it is brown in Brij. In bengal it is served with Dry Potato Brinjal Recipe and in Brij it is served with Aloo Masala Curry. In Chandni Chowk, Luchi is served in some old shops with Sooji Halwa.
Khasta puri are very delicious because of their crispiness. Let's make the delicious Khasta Puri with great delightful taste.
If you wish to make bhatura’s instantly and don’t have time to mix yeast or baking soda and keep it for fermenting. Then mix potatoes in maida and make aloo bhatura’s. You will be love this recipe with joyfully.
Banana puri or Mangalore buns which appear like puri and are spongy with little sweetness have a very unique and special taste. Serve during supper or enjoy eating with chutney or kasundi, you will eat with delightly.
Dal Poori can be made in many different ways. You can make Dal Stuffed Poori (दाल भरी पूड़िया (Dal stuffed Poori) by stuffing dal mixture into the poori or you can make Dal Poori (बेड़मी पूरी (Bedmi Poori) by kneading the dal paste in the flour.