Thursday, May 08, 2008

kashmiri puri


i am sending this post for roti mela hosted by srivalli


1 teaspoon dried yeast
2 teaspoon sugar
125ml warm milk
125gm wholewheat flour
125gm plain white flour
pinch of salt
aniseed one tablespoon roasted and grounded
saffron strands soaked in one tablespoon of warmmilk
2 tablespoon natural yogurt
1 teaspoon poppy seeds
oil to fry


sprinkle the yeast and sugar over warmmilk,cover and leave aside till frothy.
mix the wholewheat and plain flour,add sugar ,salt and aniseeds
gradually pour the yeast mixture,mix well and knead the dough until smooth
cover with damp cloth and leave for 4 to 6hrs


after 6 hours,divide the dough and shape into balls
mix the saffron milk,yogurt and poppy seeds and leave for 15 minutes


on a lightly floured board,roll out each ball into disc


heat oil in wok,and lower the heat to medium


before sliding the puri in the wok,smear both sides with saffron mixture
fry till golden brown



Unknown said...

sounds interesting...will surely try...:) nice and unique entry..:D

Asha said...

Sounds like good poori, fragrant too!:)

Mallika said...

Looks lovely and would make a great centrepiece for a meal.

Unknown said...

looks delicious..

Uma said...

puri looks so delicious! it looks like you shallow fried it! lovely.

Prajusha said...

puri looks delicious..Good entry!

Unknown said...

good one again..lovely pooris..

Cham said...

Totally new and unique pooris...:)Nice entry

Bhawana said...

This is nice entry for RCI Raj. Good one

notyet100 said...

thanks subha,asha,mallika,divya,uma,prajusha,sowmya,cham and bhawana
bhawana entry is for roti mela...

SMN said...

sounds interesting..

J said...

Sounds delicious!

EC said...

U are posting so delicious and new entries each day

Purnima said...

Wow the puris look too yummy!New ingr. for me..yeast etc..wd give it a try Priyanka, tks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

this is new for me...would love to make it....

sridevi said...

it sounds new i heard about kashmiri roti but puri wowwwwwwww
lovely looking puri must try thank u for a lovely recipe