Aloo poori recipe or aloo ki puri is my most favorite snack. For, me, it is not just a snack, when I don’t have much time and I am very very hungry, at that that I think of preparing this aloo puri for me. It is a simple, delicious, and quick recipe that takes just 30 minutes to complete.
Aloo poori is a deep-fried Indian flatbread recipe made with whole wheat flour and some spices. All the ingredients including boiled potatoes, carom seeds, cumin seeds, coriander leaves, and spices. This recipe is an independent recipe, which means you can consume aloo poori as it is without any curry or sides.
This is a simpler version of aloo paratha where all the ingredients are mixed together and form a dough. Then this dough is divided into small golf ball-sized portions, flattened using a rolling pin, and then deep-fried. This is a poori so it is deep-fried, but you can shallow fry them like chapati or paratha.
Recipe with detailed ingredients and steps are provided in the recipe card below. You can also print this recipe from the button provided in the recipe card.
You can serve this aloo puri with other curry recipes like,
1. Kadai paneer
2. Paneer tikka
3. Chole masala
To make this aloo puri recipe, you would need,
– Take the wheat flour on a big plate. Smash 2 large potatoes and add it into the wheat flour. Add some salt according to your taste.
– Add red chili powder, white sesame seeds and turmeric powder, cumin, and carom seeds (ajwain) and mix well.
– Add finely chopped coriander leaves along with finely chopped green chili. Now, add the fine semolina (Rawa) and 1 spoon oil. Now slowly start to knead the mixture by adding water parts by parts and make a smooth dough.
– Keep it aside and cover it with a dry clean cloth for 10 to 15 minutes. Now again knead the dough for half a minute and now your dough is ready to make the poori.
– Make small golf ball size dough portions and roll them in between your hands to make it soft. Now, using a rolling pin, flatten one dough portion in a small circle shape. Your poori is ready to be fried.
– Now, in a deep cooking pot, fill half of it with oil and bring it to heat on high flame. After it starts to boil, dip the poori and fry it evenly on both sides until it turns slightly golden in color.
– Repeat the same process to fry all the poori. After all the puris are finished frying, now serve it with any of your favorite curry recipes.
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