Sunday, 31 July 2016

Farali Masala Puri - Kuttu Ki Masala Puri - Buckwheat Masala Puri #vratkakhana #shravanmonth #faralifood


Farali Masala Puri , so tasty and delicious. It pairs perfectly with Potato and Peanut Sabji, plain yogurt and Rajgira-rajgro Seero. These farali masala puris are made with buckwheat ( Kuttu Ka Atta ), green chillies, and roasted peanuts and deep fried in oil or ghee.

Kuttu ka Atta ( Buckwheat flour ) is commonly used for fasting food by Indians. Buckwheat flour is considered to be highly nutritious, nourishing and provides energy, thus it is consumed during fasting period. Still, I am not entirely convinced to call these puris HEALTHY when they are massacred in hot oil, but to pleased your taste buds they are absolutely delicious.


So, if you are going to observe any kind of fast this coming fast and feast season, and want to try some variation,  do not forget to try this recipe, or any other Farali recipe, I am sure you'll thank me later :)

  



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Farali Masala Puri - Buckwheat Masala Puri
Farali masala puri, so tasty and delicious and can be consumed during fasting period.
Ingredients
  • 2 cup Buckwheat flour
  • 2 medium Boiled potatoes
  • 3 tbsp. Fine roasted peanut powder
  • 1 tbsp. Green Chilli paste
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin seeds ( crushed )
  • to taste Sendha namak ( rock salt )
  • to deep fry Oil
Instructions
Place buckwheat flour in a bowl.
Mash the boiled potatoes and add in the flour.
Add all the other ingredients except oil and combine well.
Add very little water and knead very stiff dough.
Cover the dough for 10 minutes.
Divide the dough in equal portions and make balls.
Heat sufficient oil in a kadai. 
Place butter paper on a worktop, place dough ball on it, and gently roll with the rolling pin. ( you can use dust the flour if you like )
Make small round puri, careful slip it in hot oil.
Deep fry until golden both side and remove it with the slotted spoon. ( If you're lucky Puri will fluff up too )
Repeat same procedure with the remaining dough.
Serve hot with Farali sabji, yogurt and Rajgira Seero.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 10-12 pices













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