Khus Khus Poorie ( Fried Poppy Seed Bread)

This recipe is for a banana -flavored, puffed bread. It can be served with any dry vegetable or curry



Recipe Source:- The Indian Spice Kitchen Recipe Book

Serves 4
Prep time:- 20 minutes
Cooking Time:- 30 Minutes

Ingredients:-

2 1/2 Cups All purpose Flour
1 Medium Banana
1 Tsp lemon Juice
Pinch of baking soda
salt
2 Tsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Poppy Seeds
Oil for deep frying

Procedure:-

1) Knead the flour, banana, lemon juice, baking soda, salt and sugar with just enough water to make a stiff dough. Cover and leave for 10 minutes.
2) Make equal sized balls of the dough 3/4 inch diameter. Roll each ball in a plate of poppy seeds.
3) Heat 4-5 inches of oil in a kadai or wok. Roll out each ball to a thin, even disc.
4) Gently slide the poorie into the oil and fry until puffed up and golden. Take care not to overheat the oil. Drain on a slotted spoon and remove onto paper towels.

Serve Hot...Enjoy:)









31 comments:

Gita said...

Nice crispy puris Preety...this is new to me...sounds good :)

Deepa said...

Very very different recipe... Mashed banana and poppy seeds must have added a diff. taste. Nice click!!

Deepa
http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

Stella said...

Hey Preety, I like the idea of this vegan bread, but I'm having a hard time imagining the dough with 2 1/2 cups flour and only a banana to pull it together. Hmm? I might have to try this...

Preety said...

Stella, you can put water while making dough as per needed , i mentioned it in procedure point 1..

Sashi said...

Perfect crispy Poori Preety !! Channa or Aloo curry would be a nice combo for this.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

lovely poori and different recipe too...

Swathi said...

Preety,

Very different poori, I like it.

Nandini said...

What a lovely color & different puri! Great recipe!

M D said...

Poori looks really good. With Khus Khus it's new to me. Surely different and must try!

Anu said...

Different and crispy pooris...
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Sushma Mallya said...

Very interesting one preety, looks crispy and yummy

priya said...

poori looks so soft and perfect

Superchef said...

i can just eat it as it is too! lovely golden brown colour!

Supriya Nair said...

Nice and fluffy puri. Liked the addition of banana and lemon juice.

Priya said...

Poppy seeds poori sounds very interesting and looks utterly crispy..

SathyaSridhar said...

Wooow,,nice n crispy poori looks delicious,,this method is new to me but sounds great with kuskus,,,How is cute new member of the family?...sure will this dear soon my faaav pooori.thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep on smiling,,

Meena said...

very interesting recipe...love the combo of ingredients in it...preety...

Deepa said...

the puris looks so good..nice and crispy..

srividhya Ravikumar said...

looks crispy and beautiful.. following you

sowmya's creative saga said...

pity we dont get khus khus here...i miss adding them to the dishes..this one looks yumm..

Sarah Naveen said...

this is a new recipe for poori to me..sounds wonderful..yummy yumm

Joie de vivre said...

And you serve this with curry? That sounds great!

PranisKitchen said...

looks so crispy..i can feel the taste..
nice idea of using poppy seed in puri making
really worth a try

Panchpakwan said...

Wow looks so crispy and colorful..

Silence Sings said...

The poorie looks grt...so tempting...

Akal's Saappadu said...

this sweet poori version sounds tasty and interesting!!! looks crispy and nice!!!

Gulmohar said...

wonderful recipe...i loved the color of the puri...

arthi said...

A different recipe..looks yummy too..

PJ said...

this is a new recipe to me.. looks very interesting!

Jagruti said...

Totally new for me..looks very nice and intresting!

Devasena Hariharan said...

really innovative Preety!

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