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poori recipe

Written By Angela Steffi on Thursday, May 7, 2020 | 10:15:00 PM

Poori is a staple breakfast recipe of Tamil Nadu made with just few ingredients.  This recipe is enjoyed by kids and all people. This hot ballooned roti with a side of Poori masala is my all time favorite recipe. Lets see how to make this delicious soft wheat poori.

Please click here to watch Poori recipe in Tamil - Madras Samayal.

Serving size    : 12 pc 

Rest Time       : 10 min 

Cook Time      : 20 minutes

Quantity Ingredients for Poori recipe
2 cup  Wheat flour (250 g)
1 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Oil

required Water

Oil for frying

Cooking Method

Step 1) Into a mixing bowl add wheat flour, salt ,oil and mix well. 

Step 2)  Gradually add water and mix well to form a stiff dough, Cover and let it rest for 10 min.

Step 3) Divide the dough into 12 portions and start rolling, Use oil to roll ,do not roll it too thin, it should be slightly thicker than chapathi(make sure there are no cracks on the surface)

Step 4)Use a wide pan and heat up sufficient oil, oil should he hot. Fry the pooris in hot oil until they are ballooned and golden on the outside.

Enjoy the delicious Poori with some potato masala. Please do try this recipe at home and share your feedback. Happy Cooking !!!

About Angela Steffi

I am an avid food blogger with a great passion for food. I am always eager to try new recipes and modify recipes and experiment with them. I have two cooking channels on Youtube CLASSIC MASALA HUT (for english recipes) and MADRAS SAMAYAL (for Tamil recipes).


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  3. Hey!. Nice one
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  4. Please can you share whole wheat flour recipe for puri. I used to enjoy the whole wheat puri when I visited India. I am South Africa. Please can you tell me what is the difference between Atta flour and wheat flour. Love watching your videos