If there’s one Indian food combination that no one can say no to, it has to be aloo rasedar with crispy, puffy puris. This popular breakfast has been one of India’s most beloved breakfast combinations of all time. Besides breakfast, it is also made as a feast on special occasions in Indian households. Be it festivals, birthdays, or other celebrations. To ace the art of cooking the perfect puri, you have to ensure that the dough is perfectly kneaded. Besides the dough, a lot of other factors also have to be taken care of. Fret not, we’ve got you covered. Chef Kunal Kapur has shared a few tips for making fried puri. These tips will help you attain the perfectly fried puri without any hassle. So, let’s get started. Take a look below.
Here’re A Few Tips To Make Perfectly Fried Puri; Take A Look:
To begin with, sieve the flour. Once done, add a bit of salt and knead the dough (semi-hard). Set aside for 5-6 minutes.
Now take a small portion from the dough, roll it properly and make sure there are no cracks and folds.
Spread oil on top of all the portions and roll them one after another. Ps: Don’t forget to spread oil on your rolling pin too. Avoid spreading the flour on the rolled puris.
While rolling the dough, make sure to spread the puris evenly, especially from the edges.
Lastly, fry the puri in hot oil.
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So, what are you waiting for? Go try out these tips at home and let us know how they worked for you in the comments below.