Poori or Puri is a round, brilliant, puffed, singed Indian bread produced using entire wheat flour or maida. This delicate and somewhat firm bread sets wonderful with Indian curries just as some sweet dishes.
- Maida Or Chapati atta
- Take 2 cups of maida or wheat flour and salt in a bowl. Blend it well.
- Add 1 tbsp of oil and blend by scouring between your thumb and fingers.
- Now, add little water at a time and blend the dough.
- The mixture ought to be smooth yet semi-delicate. Now, cover it with a wet cloth or napkin, let it rest for 15-20 minutes.
- After the resting time, again mix the dough 2-3 times to make it smooth, Take out from the oilthen a small amount of dough and make small balls.
- Take one ball and smooth it's anything but a plate by squeezing it between your two palms.
- Heat the oil in a dish/Kadai on medium warmth for fry. While it is getting hot, now take one by one ball and make them into round pooris.
- Presently the oil is hot, slide one folded puri into the hot oil. Fry it with delicate squeezing utilizing the rear of the opened spatula. Furthermore, it will puff up immediately.
- As poori is puffed up, flip it.
- Take out from the oil, Place it in a papered plate it absorbs extra oil from it. Now serve it with potato curry.