How to Make Poori ( Indian deep Fried Bread)


Poori's are very easy to make and is also a popular breakfast item . It is good for take outs too when you are planing a picnic or outing..Pooris can be make simple/plain or with any flavor added to it ( like spinach ) while making the dough..There are some things that you should keep in mind while preparing the dough for pooris

The dough for pooris should be made hard not soft with use of little water at a time.
And for deep frying pooris the oil should be hot ( you can check whether the oil is ready or not by dropping little bit of the dough in the oil if the dough comes right up and start floating in the oil that means oil is ready to deep frying)

Ingredients:-

Whole wheat Flour:- 2 cups
Sooji/ Semolina:- 1/8 cup
Salt a pinch
Oil:- 2- 3 tbsp
Ajwain:- 1/2 tsp ( optional)
Warm Water:- 3 /4 cup ( approximately)

Procedure:-

Mix everything in a bowl except water, add water little by little to make a stiff dough ( dough should not be very soft)

Cover the dough with a damp cloth or paper towel and let it sit for 10-15 minutes

Heat a oil in a deep frying pan ( kadai) on high heat.

Now make a lime size ball from the dough and roll each into a small circles with rolling pin .

Deep fry poori's in hot oil for a minute, turn side & fry until puffed and golden in color

Serve hot or at room temperature with any sabji or curry you like..Enjoy:)







16 comments:

DEESHA said...

I love pooris .. they have come out soo fluffy

Pavithra said...

Wow preethy thanks for dropping by blog.. First time here.. u have wonderful space here.. pooris are our fav too..really its looking so good and tempting me to right away... will be ur regular visitor.

Priya said...

Fluffy poori looks too prefect!

Gita said...

The puris look so yummy...perfect and fluffy :)

Laavanya said...

The pooris look perfect Preety - they are my favorite.

Pooja said...

perfect pooris looking yummy..

Poornima Nair said...

The puris are perfect...thanks for the tips.

Arundhuti said...

Perfect fluffy pooris!

Pooja said...

your pooris look so fluffy.. i dont make good pooris... it doesnt rise up like yours.. thanks for the tip!

Padma said...

Poori's are looking so nice and puffed Preety ... love pooris with potatoes / channa served anytime of the day :) ... and thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving your comments... you have a nice space here.. will visit you again :)

Vibaas said...

the look perfect!

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Ypu are back. Hope u had a wonderful time in India. Poori looks delicious.

Usha said...

Poori looks perfect !

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Pooris have come out really well nice big and puffed up!!!

Anonymous said...

I agree...looks really good, the sight of it makes me hungry...mouth watery!

Mutuelle sante said...

I love this tutorial, highly useful, now to make poori ( indian deep fried bread) is quick. Thanks for writing

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