Poori (puri) with potato masala – Create perfectly puffed fried breads right in your home with this fantastic recipe. Make a side of potato masala or chickpea masala for a satisfying and delicious breakfast that comes together in less than 45 minutes. A hearty breakfast that’s guaranteed to be a family favorite.
No matter whatever food trends come and go, my heart always drags me back to traditional food. My immense love for classic dishes inspires me to master them, so I can share the very best recipes with you.
Apart from being a traditional favorite, there are are so many things I want to say about this poori recipe. First and foremost, it’s a very popular Indian breakfast that you can find in every corner of the country. In some parts, these fried breads are a huge part of ceremonial functions and special occasions. Now you can imagine how delicious these are. And without a doubt, these are a real crowd-pleaser too.
Again, this is such a simple recipe that anyone can try. Creating perfectly puffed puris may sound tricky. But, let me assure you, I’ve the recipe to make sure you have perfect puffed puris each and every time.
This poori recipe is based on a whole wheat and semolina dough. Make sure you have a hard dough which is one of the key secrets to creating the best puris. You see, it’s a super simple dough with just two ingredients. Roll out the puris thinly and evenly so they will puff up really well.
For the potato masala, which is one of the classic side dishes of poori, start by tempering mustard seeds. Fry green chilies, onions and ground turmeric. Lightly mashed boiled potatoes are added in the last stage of cooking. Then add a little water to whip up a beautiful potato curry with a semi-thick sauce.
And there you go. Puffed puris with potato masala. Is there a better way to start the day?