Sunday, July 20, 2008

Potato Methi Poori

A twist from the plain poori.Combining Potato-methi gives flavor and taste to this poori.

Ingredients


1 cup - All purpose flour / Maida Or Wheat flour
1 big - Potato, boiled & mashed

1 tbsp - Dry kastoori methi leaves
Salt to taste

Method

1 ) In a mixing bowl, add maida, kastoori methi leaves, boiled potato and salt to taste.
Mix and combine the ingredients well. Knead well to make a dough. If needed sprinkle some water, which most properly will not be necessary.

2 ) Make small key lime size dough balls out of the dough. With a rolling pin, roll out the
dough to make circular shape. Dust some flour, to help roll the dough.

3 ) Add enough oil to a kadai or wok. Heat oil on medium heat. To test if the oil is hot enough
to fry the poori's, take a small dough piece, drop into the hot oil. If the dough fries and comes up immediately, then the oil is ready to fry the pooris. With care, add one rolled out dough at a time and make pooris. Flip and fry on both sides. Poori will fluff up when the oil is at the right temperature. Mostly medium heat will work fine.

4 ) Drain poori out of the oil and transfer to a plate with paper towel.

Serve with chana masala or curry of your choice.

16 comments:

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Really delicious.. I'd love to have these just with some curd and achaar!!

Seema said...

These look yum! Would be perfect with Chole & raita on the side.

Jyothsna said...

This would be soooo good!! We rarely depart from the traditional pooris.

Nags said...

they almost look like buns! very nice :)

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
children will love these types of pooris!! looking delicious!!!

easycrafts said...

oh wow...this looks so delicious

Madhavi said...

Yummy yummy poori Pravs, looks great and perfect with mango pickle. Mouthwatering!!!

Pecos Blue said...

Looks very Yummy indeed.

Mallika said...

They came out so fluffy!

bhags said...

the puris look lovely....:)

Good to get in touch with you.....so u back for good or just for the time being.

homecooked said...

This looks really yummy!

Namratha said...

They look gorgeous all so well puffed up! Good one PRavs :)

Shreya said...

Amazing! really nice idea to combine and chole to go with!:-)

sridevi said...

they are looking very yummy... !
bookmarked this recipe ,thank u for a wonderful and delicious recipe

Pecos Blue said...

Sounds good. I have been cooking more and more from here. Thank you.

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