Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Poori

I know its simple and everybody knows how to make poori. This is just a sharing of my way to make them! :) When ever I make poori, my hubby's request is "make poori& thengaa chutney"..that is a perfect combination with aloo masalaa or vegetable kurma.

Ingredients
Aata / Wheat flour -1 cup
Water - little less than 1/2cup (approximately)
Salt -1/4teaspoon
Oil - to deep fry

Method
Combine the aata and salt in a bowl, Add water little by little and make a stiff dough.
Knead it for 5 minutes, keep it covered for 10 minutes.
Make small golf ball sized balls.
Roll each ball into a uniform disc by dusting rice flour/ maida/ all purpose flour.
I always make small poori's as there are 2 reasons. One..the usage of oil will be minimal and you don't have to reuse the oil! Two...the small poori's look cute ! :)
Heat canola oil on medium heat. Put the rolled poori and press it gently with the laddle. It will puff up, flip it over after a few seconds. Fry it till it becomes golden in colour, take it out and keep it on a paper towel. Repeat the same and finish off!

Yummy Poori's are ready! Enjoy it with coconut chutney" & (or) aloo masalaa (or) vegetable kurma.

7 comments:

  1. mahi, athu enna paper! ithukku enre vikkuthaa!

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  2. Immaa,long time back I bought some ready made roti's.(see Milk-Curd kurma snap).Those frozen roti's came in these papers..Handy to roll n keep poori's before frying. :)

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  3. waaw mahi pooris are nice....poori with cocunut chutney is different cominationpaa....superp normally we r using potato and kurmas...mmm....i think chutney also will good.. thanks for the idea....

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  4. maki en periya paiyanum poorikku sadni thaan vaiththu saappiduvaan.
    sinnavan poori sambar

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  5. Hi mahi I cooked ur meal maker curry ! That's dam tasty I can't forget in my family member all said soo tasty
    Bcos I'm the newly cooking. First time I m cook. I took ur recipes that's great too. Pls post some nonveg items

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  6. Thanks for the comment Anony! Glad that everybody in your family liked the kuzhambu.

    I don't cook nonveg items, Sorry! But you can replace my meal maker or egg recipes with non-veg items.

    Thanks again!

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