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Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori

 

Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori) is a delicious deep fried snack that is generally served with hot cup of masala tea or coffee.

Similarly Gujarati cuisine snack recipe Lilva Kachori/ Fresh green toovar/ Pegion pea kachori tastes amazing with tea.

Or you can prepare these baked beauties to be served as evening snacks like Multi grain Savory crackers

Spiced whole wheat cookies

Coconut cookies

Double chocolate chip cookies

 

A wonderful snack, Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori)

This snack is believed to be introduced by Gujarati community in India. The word Farsi in Gujarati translates to crispy.

This deep fried crisp flatbread has a long shelf life, is a best travel companion and a delicious finger food that can be eaten anywhere.

During festival days this crispy masala puri recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori) is a must make in many indian homes even today.

 

Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori

 

In addition to that, if you are looking for more delicious snack recipes, do check out the following on the blog-

Bread Samosa | Stylish Bread & Potato Snack recipe

Sindhi sanna pakoda

Potato stuffed bread rolls

Makahna aloo tikki/fox nut patties

Sindhi aloo tikki 3 ways

Bread pizza

Poha alu raj Kachori

 

 

Step wise instructions and pictorial presentation to make Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori)

Take both the flours in a bowl.
Add all dry spices mentioned in the ingredients list.

Warm the ghee/clarified butter and oil and add into the flour.

Mix it and rub the flour between your palms properly till it resembles to bread crumbs.

Knead a tight dough using water slowly and gradually. We don’t want a loose consistency dough.

Cover it and keep it aside for 20 – 25 minutes to rest. After resting time, knead the dough one more time to smooth it out.

 

 

 

After that divide the masala puri dough into equal parts by making  tiny balls. Flatten it by applying pressure between your palm.

Now dust the work top and roll the puris into approx 3 cm diameter and 2 mm width.

Or you can roll one big round chapati, and then cut the puris with small katori/cookie cutter.

The rolled puris should be of medium thickness (neither too thin nor too thick).

Poke them using knife.
Heat the oil in a deep kadai. Lower down the flame to medium, and slide puris one by one in the hot oil.

You can fry 7 to 8 pieces of puri at a time or less or more depending on the size of your kadai.

Wait till the puris float up and then gently turn them upside down. Lower the flame and fry until they achieve a light golden colour.

In between just keep flipping it throughout so that they are evenly cooked.

 

 

Remove the farsi puris onto a kitchen paper towel. Similarly, fry all the puris and once it’s cooled, they can be stored in a airtight container.

Enjoy these crispy masala puris with hot tea or coffee in the evening or any time of the day.

These taste best with mango pickle, masala curd or even with Imli ki khatti meethi chutney.

 

Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori

 

 

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Crispy masala puri recipe (Gujarati farsi poori)

Crispy Masala Puri Recipe (Gujarati Farsi poori) is a delicious deep fried snack with a long shelf life, served with tea or coffee.
Prep Time20 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Course: snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: Crispy masala puri, Gujarati farsi poori, How to make crispy masala puris
Servings: 40 Puris
Author: Lata Lala

Ingredients

  • 1 cup = 250 ml
  • 3/4 cup All purpose flour maida / White flour
  • 1/4 cup Wholewheat flour
  • 2 tsp Oil
  • 1 tbsp ghee/clarified butter
  • 1 tsp Red chili powder
  • To taste Salt
  • 1/2 tbsp Turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tsp coarsely ground black pepper
  • ¼ teaspoon Ajwain Carom seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Roasted cumin seed powder
  • 1/8 cup Water more or less

Instructions

  • Take both the flours in a bowl.
  • Add all dry spices mentioned in the ingredients list.
  • Warm the ghee/clarified butter and oil and add into the flour.
  • Mix it and rub the flour between your palms properly till it resembles to bread crumbs.
  • Knead a tight dough using water slowly and gradually. We don't want a loose consistency dough.
  • Cover it and keep it aside for 20 – 25 minutes to rest. After resting time, knead the dough one more time to smooth it out.
  • After that divide the masala puri dough into equal parts by making  tiny balls. Flatten it by applying pressure between your palm.
  • Now dust the work top and roll the puris into approx 3 cm diameter and 2 mm width.
  • Or you can roll one big round chapati, and then cut the puris with small katori/cookie cutter.
  • The rolled puris should be of medium thickness (neither too thin nor too thick).
  • Poke them using knife.
  • Heat the oil in a deep kadai. Lower down the flame to medium, and slide puris one by one in the hot oil.
  • You can fry 7 to 8 pieces of puri at a time or less or more depending on the size of your kadai.
  • Wait till the puris float up and then gently turn them upside down. Lower the flame and fry until they achieve a light golden colour.
  • In between just keep flipping it throughout so that they are evenly cooked.
  • Remove the farsi puris onto a kitchen paper towel. Similarly, fry all the puris and once it's cooled, they can be stored in a airtight container.
  • Enjoy these crispy masala puris with hot tea or coffee in the evening or any time of the day.
  • These taste best with mango pickle, masala curd or even with Imli ki khatti meethi chutney.

 

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