Pepper and Cumin Pooris
by Dhara Mehta
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Soft and crunchy savoury pooris at the same time is delight after eating too many sweets in a festive season. If stored in airtight container it can stay fresh until 2 weeks .
- Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and make hard dough using warm water .
- Let it rest under wet kitchen towel for about 30 mins.
- Knead the dough well so that when you make a ball and press it in between your palms it should not have too many cracks . If that happens use little water and knead the dough well again try using as little water as possible .
- Make equal sized balls and roll out small pooris but make it thick like paratha .
- Alternatively you can roll out a big thick paratha and use a cookie cutter and cut out equal sized pooris .
- Don't let them dry out much as they will not puff up.
- So as soon as you make you fry it or cover them under moist kitchen towel.
- When you are putting them in hot oil the flame should be on high and you press it gently so that poori will puff up ;when it puffs up reduce the flame to medium and flip it and fry them until light pink .
- Repeat the same procedure with rest .
This recipe was contributed by Dhara Mehta on 10 Oct 2014
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