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Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi)

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बेक कि हुई पुरी | बैंक की हुई पापड़ी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi) in Hindi) 

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Weight watching and craving for chaat? We have a perfect baked papdi recipe also known as baked puri for you which will help kill your chaat cravings and you can have it without feeling guilty as it is super healthy baked puri.

Traditionally the puris are made using maida and are deep fried. But here, we have used whole wheat flour in baked papdi and have cut down the quantity of oil. Hence they are called healthy baked puris as they are made of healthy whole wheat flour and small amounts of oil.

Puris and Papadis... yumm, the very words remind one of a delectable spread of chaats! Indeed, these versatile crispies are the base of many an interesting snack, including sev puri. Also, papdi’s are used in papdi chaat, bhel puri etc. You can also relished baked papdi with any dip or you can also crush and make a salad out of it. You can also have healthy baked puri plain as a jar snack with a cup of tea or coffee.

The method to make these homemade baked papdi is very quick and simple. All you need to do is knead a semi-soft dough using whole-wheat flour, salt and little oil which would help making the baked puris flaky and crispy. Further, divide and roll into a big circular sheet and cut into small circles using a cookie cutter. Place them on a greased baking tray and bake for 10 mins at 200c. Keep an eye on it as it gets baked real quick. Once the puris are baked, make sure you cool them completely before storing homemade baked papdi in a jar or it may turn soggy.

I make large batches of crispy baked puri and store them in an air-tight container and when hunger calls in baked puri is the answer sometimes. When you bake these puris at home, it is healthier and also safest ingredients are used.

What is better than low-cal puris (papadis), so you can relish your favourite chaats more frequently? Baking offers a way out by making crisp baked puris (baked papdi).

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Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi) recipe - How to make Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi)

Preparation Time:    Baking Time:  15 minutes   Baking Temperature:  200ºC (400ºF).   Cooking Time:    Total Time:     40Makes 40 puris
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For Baked Puri
1/2 cup whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)
1/2 tsp oil
salt to taste
1/2 tsp oil for greasing
whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta) for rolling

For baked puri

    For baked puri
  1. To make baked puris, combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl, mix well and knead into a firm dough using enough water.
  2. Divide the dough into 2 equal portions and roll one portion of the dough into about 225 mm. (9") diameter circle, using little whole wheat flour for rolling.
  3. Take a small cookie cutter or vati and cut small 11 puris from it.
  4. Gather up the scraps, knead, roll and repeat the process. You will get 40 papdis in all.
  5. Prick each papdi with a fork evenly.
  6. Grease the baking tray with oil, place the puris on it.
  7. Bake the papadis in a pre-heated oven at 200°c (400°f) for 10 minutes, turning them once after 5 minutes.
  8. Store the baked puris in an air-tight container. Use as required.

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For the dough of baked papadi

  1. For preparing the baked papdi | baked puris | homemade baked papdi | healthy baked puri | dough, in a deep bowl take whole wheat flour. You can even take equal quantities of atta and maida for preparing the papdi.
  2. Add the oil. Ghee/Olive oil can also be added as Moyan for the healthy papdi recipe. The addition of fat to the dough helps in making crispy yet flaky papdi.
  3. Add the salt.
  4. Rub everything with your fingertips to form a bread crumb like texture.
  5. Add enough water to make a firm dough. We have used about approx 1/4 cup of water. The water should be just enough to bring together all the ingredients. Also, the water quantity may vary depends on the freshness/quality of the flour.
  6. Knead well to make a smooth stiff dough.

How to make baked puri

  1. To make baked papdi | baked puris | homemade baked papdi | healthy baked puri | divide the dough into 2 equal portions. 
  2. Roll into a circular sheet. 
  3. Cut into small circles using a cookie cutter. 
  4. Prick with fork, so that they do not puff up while baking. Pricking also ensures that you will get crispy puri after baking.
  5. Get rid of excessive dough and repeat the step. 
  6. Grease the baking tray with oil. Alternatively, you can also line the tray with parchment paper or aluminium foil.
  7. Arrange all the papadis on the baking tray.
  8. Bake the papadis in a pre-heated oven at 200°C (400°F) for 10 minutes, turning them once after 5 minutes. The oven setting are different for each unit. You may take a longer time depending on the thickness of the papdis so keep an eye after as the edges tend to burn easily.
  9. The low fat baked papadis will look like this after baking.
  10. Cool and store the baked papdi | baked puris | homemade baked papdi | healthy baked puri | baked atta papdi in an air-tight container. It is very important to cool them completely so as to prevent them from turning soggy when stored in a jar.
  11. You can use baked papdi | baked puris | homemade baked papdi | healthy baked puri | to make healthier versions of delightful chaat recipes like papdi chaat, sev puri and bhel puri.

Baked Papadi FAQ

  1. Q. How long will the baked puris last in a airtight container? A. The baked puris should stay good fro 2 to 3 months. A. This a crispy puri and on baking they will harden and not stay soft. If you reduce the baking time the puris will become kachha and not edible. 
  2. Q.  I baked it but it is not soft from inside, aged people cant eat this because its crispy and need lot of chewing. This is a crispy puri recipe so, you won't get a soft texture.

Nutrient values (Abbrv) per puri
Energy11 cal
Protein0.3 g
Carbohydrates2 g
Fiber0.3 g
Fat0.2 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium0.5 mg

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Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi)
 on 03 May 20 05:35 PM

During this Covid19 lockdown, I seem to be doing more cooking and baking new things. While searching around I found your bake puri recipe. This is perfect for a Sunday afternoon snack while watching movies.
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Tarla Dalal    Sunjay, thanks for the feedback and good to see you opt for healthy options which will help battle the virus.
04 May 20 11:09 AM
Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi)
 on 26 Jan 20 01:52 PM

I don''t have an oven. Can this be done on Tawa or microwave
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, You can try doing it.. follow the process of khakra making..
28 Jan 20 04:54 PM
Baked Puri ( Baked Papadi)
 on 05 May 18 11:07 AM

i baked it but it is not soft from inside, aged people cant eat this because its crispy and need lot of chewing... please let me know how to make is soft
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Shubham, This is a crispy puri recipe so, you won''t get a soft texture.
05 May 18 02:20 PM
Baked Puri ( Low Calorie Healthy Cooking )
 on 06 Nov 11 08:48 AM

Baking time varies with oven. So be very careful or the puris will burn.. They are little hard. Good substitute for the fried version.