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Sunday, 11 November 2012

Diwali Delicacy- Farsi Puri / Masala Puri

Puri or Masala puri or Farsi puri is a favourite tea time snack at home. It can be stored for longer period of time which gives it a preference over other snacks.

 This is also one of the food snack which is prepared by me and mom for this diwali (posted earlier recipe of Shakarpara and Ghughra).

Preparation time: 10 minutes (to knead the dough)
Making time: 30 minutes (to roll the puri’s)
Cooking time: 15 minutes (to fry)

What goes in it:

Wheat flour- 250 gm
Maida- 250 gm
Ghee- 3 tbl spn
Water- 1 glass
Green Chili, grinded- 2 tbl spn
Ginger, grinded- 1 tbl spn
Sesame seeds- 3 tbl spn
Pepper seeds, crushed- 2 tbl spn
Turmeric powder- 2 tbl spn
Salt- as per your taste
Oil- to fry

How did we make it:

Take a large plate, put both the flour in it. Add all other ingredients to it and mix them well. Knead the dough by adding water little by little till you get soft and pliable dough.

Make big sized balls out of it.

Roll it into a big chapatti using rolling pin keeping it little thick. With the help of a cup cut/make rounds on the sheet. Take out the puri and make cuts on the puri with the help of blunt knife so that your puri does not swell up.

Step by step process to make a puri

A puri before frying

Heat the oil in kadai to fry puri. Fry on medium flame them until both the sides turn golden brown and crispy.

Place puris on absorbent paper to remove excess oil and let it cool.

Then store it in an air tight container and eat whenever you want to.

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