Tried making Puri, Teekha Pani, Meetha Pani, Ragda, and Aloo masala for our Pani-Puri evening for the very first time and it was worth all the effort and time. Made enough Puris so that we don’t get short of it in the middle of enjoying our Pani-Puri race. 😀 There are stores which sell readymade Puris but it’s very heartbreaking to fined broken Puris inside the box. 😥 Follow these simple steps and make everything at home and enjoy having everything fresh and hygienic.
- 1 Cup Rava/ sooji
- 2 Tbsp all-purpose flour/ maida
- 1 Tbsp rice flour
- 1 Tbsp oil
- ¼ Tsp salt
- A pinch of baking soda
- Oil for deep frying
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Step 1- In a large mixing bowl, take rava, all-purpose flour, and rice flour. Add salt, baking soda and oil to the flour, mix using your fingers until the oil is absorbed
Step 2- Add water and knead to a stiff dough. Make sure it should not be too soft and not too hard. Apply oil all over the dough and cover with a wet kitchen towel. Leave the dough for 30mins
Step 3- Divide the dough into three equal parts and roll into a large round without any cracks. Roll into a thin large roti. Using a cookie cutter or small bowl cut into small puris. Remove the edges and transfer the puris to a plate
Step 4- Heat oil in a kadhai/pan, when it medium hot add one puri to check if it steadily comes up. The oil should not be too hot. Add 6-7 puris at a time and when they puff up and quickly turn. Fry from both the sides until they turn crisp and remove to a paper napkin
Let them cool before serving. Serve the fresh homemade Pani-Puri and enjoy the burst of flavors in your mouth.