aloo ki poori recipe | aloo ki puri recipe | masala poori recipe

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aloo ki poori recipe | aloo ki puri recipe | masala poori recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. basically, mashed potatoes are added to poori dough to prepare soft and spicy pooris.
aloo ki poorialoo ki poori recipe | aloo ki puri recipe | masala poori recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. fundamentally, puris are deep fried indian bread, prepared with either all purpose or wheat flour. however, aloo ki poori is prepared with the combination of wheat flour and boiled mashed potatoes to form a smooth dough. more importantly, aloo ki puri can be served as it is without and supplement curries.

whenever, i feel bored with the traditional pooris, i try these soft and crunchy aloo poori as a change. any changes to conventional pooris or to any breakfast recipes is a instant hit in my house. also, with the same dough i even prepare chapathi or roti as a change and i serve these with vegetable saagu. while eating with curries will enhance the taste, you can also eat as it is without curry.

aloo ki puri

there is a misconception with most of them saying pooris absorbs a lot of oil while frying. well, i would completely disagree to this idea and pooris does not absorb much oil. perhaps, if you do not knead it to hard, certainly it would absorb a good amount of oil while frying. follow this simple recipe and certainly you will enjoy a different taste for sure.

finally, check out my other easy roti and paratha recipes, specifically, roomali roti recipe, garlic naan recipe, aloo cheese parathabanana poori etc. also, check out my curries collection which goes very well with aloo ki poori. especially, aloo bhaji, kadai paneer, malai paneer kofta, palak paneer and even ennegayi recipe.

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easy aloo ki poori recipe | masala poori recipe
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Recipe type: poori
Cuisine: north indian
Serves: 15 pooris
Ingredients
  • 2 medium sized potato / aloo, boiled
  • 1 cup wheat flour / atta
  • 1 tbsp bombay rava / sooji / semolina
  • ¾ tsp kashmiri chilli powder
  • ¼ tsp garam masala powder
  • salt to taste
  • ¼ tsp ajwain seeds / caraway seeds
  • 1 tsp oil, for kneading dough
  • ½ tsp dry mango powder / aamchur powder
  • water as required to knead dough
  • oil for deep frying
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
aloo poori dough recipe:
  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl, grate 2 medium sized boiled potato.
  2. then, to that add 1 cup wheat flour.
  3. also add 1 tbsp sooji. this helps to make poori crispy.
  4. now add spices like chilli powder, garam masala powder, dry mango powder, ajwain seeds and salt to taste.
  5. furthermore, add a tsp of oil.
  6. then mix the spices, flour and aloo well.
  7. now slowly add water as required and prepare a stiff dough.
  8. make a tight and stiff dough as you make for pooris.
  9. cut the dough into small or medium pieces with the help of knife.
  10. make small lemon sized balls between your palms.
  11. also roll the dough evenly into circles using rolling pin.
frying aloo poori recipe:
  1. when the oil is sufficiently hot, add one poori.
  2. and press with the spoon to puff up.
  3. once they puff, it will automatically turn over.
  4. and fry the poori till golden brown all over.
  5. finally, serve aloo poori as it is or with curries of your choice.


aloo ki puri recipe | masala poori step by step photo recipe:

aloo poori dough recipe:

  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl, grate 2 medium sized boiled potato. making sure there are no chunks of potato.aloo poori
  2. to that add 1 cup wheat flour.aloo poori
  3. also add 1 tbsp sooji. this helps to make poori crispy.aloo poori
  4. now add spices like chilli powder, garam masala powder, dry mango powder, ajwain seeds and salt to taste.aloo poori
  5. furthermore, add a tsp of oil.aloo poori
  6. mix the spices, flour and aloo well. also crumble them completely.aloo ki puri
  7. now slowly add water as required and prepare a stiff dough. be careful as aloo has water content in it.aloo ki puri
  8. make a tight and stiff dough as you make for pooris.aloo ki puri
  9. roll and get to a long shape. cut the dough into small or medium pieces with the help of knife.masala poori
  10. then make small lemon sized balls between your palms.masala poori
  11. roll the dough evenly into circles using rolling pin. roll neither too thin nor thick.masala poori

frying aloo poori recipe:

  1. heat oil in a deep frying pan or kadai. when the oil is sufficiently hot, add one poori.masala poori
  2. and, press with the spoon to puff up.masala poori
  3. once they puff, it will automatically turn over. if not, once the bottom side is golden brown, turn over the poori.spicy puri
  4. and fry the poori till golden brown all over.masala poori
  5. then drain the poori into tissue paper to remove excess oil. fry all pooris same way.masala poori
  6. finally, serve aloo poori as it is or with curries of your choice.aloo ki puri


notes:

  • firstly, add water little by little while kneading dough as aloo has water content in it.
  • moreover, adjust the spices according to your taste.
  • furthermore, you can use the same dough to prepare chapathi. but make sure to knead dough soft.
  • finally, do not forget to add semolina as they help to remain aloo poori crispy longer.

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