Poori recipes

poori recipes

Poori recipes

Poori is deep fried flat bread which is very popular in Indian households. On every special occasion, festival, parties etc poori is prepared and served. Poori has some nice vibes, which completes the meal of every celebration. Poori are crowd pleaser, from kids to adults everyone relishes them. It can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner with most of the Indian gravies, kheer, halwa, raita, pickles, chutney etc. Here is a collection of poori recipes for every occasion for every accompaniment.

1. Poori Recipe | How to make Poori | Tips for Perfect Puffed Poori (Puri)

What is Poori? Poori is a deep fried Indian flatten bread recipe made with whole wheat flour. A perfect poori is puffed, soft, moist and beautifully golden. A very versatile bread that can be paired with gravies such as aloo chhole or...

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2. Kesar Poori | Kesar Poori Recipe | How to make Kesar poori

What is Kesar Poori? Kesar Poori is whole wheat deep fried bread which has an unexplored flavour of saffron and gorgeous color. Kesar poori can be served with Indian gravies such as Matar paneer, butter paneer masala, and others.Poori is an elite poori which I make for festivals or special...

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kesar poori

3. Achari Masala Poori Recipe | Masala Puri

What is Achaari Poori? Poori and achaar is a very common combination. Especially during travels, both are packed and relished on the journey. However, when the flavors of achaar are infused in the poori it becomes a very palatable dee...

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Achari Masala Poori

4. Lauki Poori | Poori Recipe | Bottle Gourd Recipe | How to make Lauki ki Poori

What is Lauki Poori? Lauki Poori is a deep fried Indian flat bread flavored with spices like carom seeds etc. This is a healthy recipe of poori as it includes bottle gourd i.e. lauki which not only add nutrients to the pooris but also add flavour and texture. Poori, like any poori, can be ...

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Lauki poori

5. Makki ki poori | Cornmeal Poori | How to make Makki ki poori

What is Makki ki Poori? Crispy and puffed up pooris made using maize flour (makki ka aata) is makki ki poori. The poori has wonderful texture as it is crisp as well as crumbly. I always thought that makki poori must be tricky but I was surprised to see how simple it was. Each poori puffed ...

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makki ki poori

6. Dal Poori Recipe | How to Make Dal Poori | Dal Poori

What is Dal Poori ? A puffed up poori with a crunchy exterior and melt in mouth interior is dal poori. It is flavourful. But what makes it distinct is its texture. Powdered dal is added while preparing the dough for dal poori and it gives an awesome texture to the pooris and also ensures t...

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Dal Poori

7. Meal Idea | Poori and aloo ki sabzi

Poori, deep fried Indian flatbread that is loved by one and all! Aloo, potato-based gravy or side dish, the best better half of poori, (best better, anyways!). We all love to make poori with aloo. Here I am sharing a very interesting combination of achaari poori and dahi wali aloo.Achaari poor b...

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8. Ajwain Puri Recipe | Carom seeds Poori | How to Make Ajwain Puri

What is Ajwain Puri? Deep fried flat bread made with whole wheat flour, having the earthy flavor of carom seeds (ajwain), flaky yet soft, is ajwain puri. Puri is very versatile bread. It can be a breakfast recipe if served with pickle...

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ajwain puri

9. Kuttu ki Poori | Buckwheat Flour Puri

What is Kuttu Ki Poori?Kuttu is buckwheat flour. It is consumed during fasts. Kuttu ki Poori is a deep-fried flatbread using buckwheat flour. During fasts, kuttu ki poori is the best option with aloo ki sabji. The recipe for kuttu ...

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10. Masala Poori Recipe | How to Make Masala Poori

What is Masala Poori? A very flavorful masala poori recipe with the hint of various spices such as carom seeds, fenugreek leaves, fennel seeds and many more is Masala Poori. It makes a great breakfast option as it can be served with...

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Masala Poori Recipe

11. Leftover Dal Poori Recipe | How to Make Dal Poori | Recipe Leftover Dal

what is Leftover Dal Poori Recipe? Dal poori is a soft and moist poori flavoured with some cumin seeds and coriander. This particular recipe uses cooked dal. So the pooris have the goodness as well as the flavour of lentils.I have prepared Dal Poori Recipe with leftover moong dal. You ...

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12. Bathua Poori Recipe | How to Make Bathua Poori | Recipes With Bathua

Bathua Poori RecipeBathua Poori Recipe is a puffed Indian bread with a healthy and pretty add on ingredient – Bathua. Bathua not only adds nice flavors to the regular poori but also gives it a nice texture. And the hint of green in the pooris is so inviting.I have kept the simple ...

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Hi! I am CA Vini Mehta. A Chartered Accountant by profession, a food blogger by passion! First of all, I would like to thank you for stopping by at Viniscookbook, I hope you have a good time. Here, yo...u will find the recipes which have been tried, at times re-tried in my kitchen and relished on the dining table. I am mother of two kids and the wife of a person with a high and selective taste sense, so basically anything, before finding its place on the blog, has many levels to cross and clear. This journey started a couple of years back. Before that I was making the most usual kind of food. The only experiment used to be asking my mother how to make something new or different☺. Then, one day, I tried a recipe for butter cookies. And they did not get to go in the container as they were over before I could store them. That day I was introduced to the joy of experimenting with recipes. And I loved everything else that followed especially garnishing and photographing food. I am still not well versed with the photography dos and don’ts but I love to experiment and learn, be it photography or cooking. Hope you too enjoy this journey as much as I do☺! Stay healthy, stay tuned!.