Masala Poori | Spicy Poori

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Poori, the one item which is ALWAYS there in the menu during any festival, big or small occasions. Like it’s mandatory to have poori in the menu. 😀 This is one of the most versatile recipe which can be made in various ways and can be served with any curry. You can make poori sweet or spicy. AND it can be eaten in breakfast/ brunch/ lunch or dinner.
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Poori’s are mainly served with potato curry in EVERY part of India. Trust me no meal can be more tempting and comforting than this. 🙂 As it’s summer so I rarely cook deep fried food but when it comes to making poori JUST ignore the weather and enjoy the meal 😀 Today when I was wondering what to cook for breakfast that’s when my dear husband asked me to prepare Poori and potato curry for lunch as the Shravan month has started and we can’t have non-vegetarian meal so what’s better that Poori- potato curry to enjoy sunday 😛
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Though I am not bored of eating same old poori every time but this spicy poori is a nice variation to the regular one. Just add some spices, knead n knead and knead..deep fry and it’s ready. Yeah it’s as simple as that. 😀
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Serves 2-3
Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 Cup wheat flour
  • 1 Tsp carom seeds
  • 1 Tsp red chili powder
  • 1/2 Tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 Tsp cumin-coriander powder
  • 1/2 Tsp black pepper powder (optional)
  • salt as required
  • 1 Tbsp oil
  • Oil for deep frying

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Learn Step By Step Recipe With Pictures For Masala Poori | Spicy Poori
Recipe:
Step 1- In a mixing bowl take wheat flour and add red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin-coriander powder, carom seeds and salt. Mix the spices with the flour and add oil. Mix again and then knead with water. Knead to a firm dough and keep aside for 20-25mins



Step 2- Divide the dough into small equal balls and roll to a medium size circle using little oil

Step 3- Heat oil in a kadhai/ deep pan until medium hot. To check drop a small piece of dough. Slid the pooris and deep fry in hot oil from both the sides until golden

Remove the pooris on kitchen towel to remove the excess oil
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Serve this piping hot spicy pooris with potato curry and some pickle. Enjoy the most comforting meal. OR like me, enjoy the poori with your evening tea. 🙂FullSizeRender 78

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Megala
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Love this spicy poori!

user
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Me too love this. I love this specially with my evening tea 😀

Anshu Agarwal
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Awesome…Nice presentation.

user
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Thanks Anshu 🙂

Vidya Narayan
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I love to pack them for long travels & enjoy with a cup of (ginger) adrak wali chai

user
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I too love them with adrak wali chai😍

chukkiskitchen
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M drooling over these

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