How to make Potato Poori -
Take corn flour in a mixing bowl add wheat flour. Take 3 boiled potatoes grate in the same bowl. Add 1 tsp salt,1/4 tsp red chili powder, Add 1/2 tsp carom seeds,1/2 tsp cumin seeds,2 green chili de seeded and finely chopped, 3 to 4 tbsp finely chopped green coriander,2 tsp oil to it. Mix all ingredients well. Add water in small portions and knead stiff dough like that of poori.1 tbsp more than 1 cup water is used for it. Cover and keep the dough aside for 20 to 25 minutes to set.
After 20 minutes, grease hands with oil, Smoothen the dough.Break the dough and make small dough balls from it.Meanwhile put the oil to heat in a wok.
For rolling out the poori, grease rolling board and pin with oil. Pick up a dough ball, press, roll out rightly , keep thick. Meanwhile check the oil.
Once the oil is rightly hot, put the pooris to fry. As the poori comes up,press it with the laddle.Flip the poori as it puffs up. Keep flame medium. Flip and fry until golden brown. Once fried, hold the poori on the edge of wok, then keep in a plate. Fry all pooris likewise.
Steaming hot and crusty Aloo Masala Poori can be served with, chutney, pickle or your favorite sabzi.
14 pooris can be made with this quantity of dough.
Adjust the quantity of chili as desired.
Add oil to the dough to make the poori crisp.
Grease hands with oil so that the dough doesn’t stick to your palm.
You can add finely chopped fenugreek or bathua instead of green coriander.
Do not knead the dough too soft or too stiff.
Grease the rolling board with oil to prevent sticking.
Fry the poori in sufficiently hot oil.