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.
We have already prepared mango pickle, mango kalakand, mango halwa and mango kadhi. Today we will make soft and tasty mango poori with sweet taste.
The chickpeas had to be soaked the night before and now we cannot prepare Chole. So instead of chickpeas we will prepare Aloo Matar curry which is a good combination with Paneer Bhature. So lets begin the preparation for Stuffed Paneer Bhatura.
A crusty and yummy winter special snack. Here is Tempting Makka Masala Aloo Poori. Taste and enjoy the yummy snacks.
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.
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.
Bedmi poori and nagori poori are one of the special pooris served for breakfast. Smaller in size, puffy nagori poori can be served with aloo masala sabzi and sooji halwa. Special biscuit flavor of nagori poori will be tasteful by its tastes.
Poori made with green chickpea is delectable and appetizing. These can be prepared for any occasion or festival with delights.
You must have eaten normal plain poori in your daily meals. Lets do something different today and make Dal Stuffed Poori in the breakfast with delight taste.
Dhebra can be prepared either by frying in a Kadhai (like puri) or on a Tawa (like parantha). Green Methi(Fenugreek leaves) and Bajra(millet) flour is available in the market during winters. If you can not find green Methi then you replace it.