Masala Poori Recipe

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Recipe / food styling / photography by - Sunayana Gupta





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Masala Poori is a spicy variation to the regular plain pooris and taste amazing with any curry, gravy, masala vegetable and pickle. An array of spices are mixed while forming the dough that not only add flavors and but also render a beautiful aroma to these wonderful fluffy pooris.

Unlike the ordinary or plain puris, these masala pooris are slightly thick, crisp and taste great with ginger tea and pickle of choice in breakfast.  You can also serve them along with a curry dish and raita for a festive or weekend meal. You might also love to try out Ajwain Puris that taste amazing too!

Masala puris pair very well with all types of curries, but go especially good with 'Potato Curries & Stir Fries' like -

Sua Saag Aloo

Aloo Shimla Mirch Sabzi

Baby Potato Roast

Aloo Chawali Sabzi 

Aloo Gobhi Sabzi



These masala puris make a wonderful tea time snack with mango pickle or Rajasthani green chilly pickle.

For a special weekend meal pair these masala puris with aloo channe ki ghughni, kadala curry or Punjabi choley , spinach and sweet corn stir fry (Palak makai subzi). Team with dhaniye ka raita and chaas.

Pack masala puri for your kid’s school with achaari dum aloo. Do not miss to pack sweet sonth chutney in a small leak proof box. Your kid will love this idea for sure!

Do not miss to refer similar recipes for….

Bhature

Dhaniya Masala Parantha

Banana Buns



Masala Poori

Masala Puri is a spicy variation to the regular plain puris and taste amazing with any curry, gravy, masala vegetable and pickle. An array of spices are mixed while forming the dough that not only add flavors and but also render a beautiful aroma to these wonderful fluffy puris.

Preparation Time : 15 minutes
Cooking Time : 15 minutes

Category : Puri
Cuisine :
Servings : 10 servings

Author : Sunayana Gupta

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Recipe Ingredients

  • Wheat flour – 2 cups
  • Semolina/rava – 2 table spoon
  • Turmeric powder – 1/2 tea spoon
  • Red chilly powder – 1 tea spoon
  • Carom seeds – 1 tea spoon
  • Freshly chopped coriander – 2 table spoon
  • Salt – To taste
  • Water – To make dough
  • Oil – As required for deep frying

How to make Masala Poori

  • To begin with making ‘Masala Pooris’, first we need to combine all the ingredients (Except oil) in a large bowl and form a dough with water.
  • Cover this dough with a wet muslin cloth and keep to rest for 10-15 minutes.
  • After resting, knead the dough once again to make it soft and smooth.
  • Meanwhile, heat sufficient oil in a wok and make lemon size balls of the dough.
  • To make pooris, take one ball of the dough, slightly flatten it with your palm, apply little oil on both the sides and then roll into a circle with rolling pin.
  • Deep fry from both sides till slightly crisp. If you have made a perfect dough , then your puris will get ‘Puffed’ while frying. Transfer to a plate with some kitchen napkins to absorb the excess oil. Repeat this process with the remaining dough.

‘Masala Pooris’ are ready.

To serve some ravishing meals, do refer our serving suggestions above.





About Sunayana Gupta

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