Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Farsi Khaman Puri / Poori - Deep Fried Spicy Crackers #Diwalispecial #Diwalisnacks #Diwalifood

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Farsi Khaman Puri, an another creation of mine, flavourful and delicious!  Inspired by my favourite Diwali snacks such Farsi Puri , Methi Farsi Puri and Khaman Dhokla. My take on these lip smacking crisp Farsi Khaman Puri made with Plain flour, Gram flour and spices.





Diwali seems to close, I am sure many of you are grossly under prepared to keep up to expectation of the celebrations and just hit the panic button. But with time management, by involving family members to share your tasks, we can make up for the lost time and can have great festival celebrations. I always make a list of errands and try to stick to my plan.



I finish Diwali cleaning well before even Navratri Celebration starts, and maintain cleanliness in the house. I plan our Diwali menu beforehand and buy all the necessary items in advance and make my job lot easier on the event day, and start preparing snacks for Diwali 3-4 days ago. So far I am on schedule, I have already prepared Suwari, and this morning I prepared Farsi Khaman Puri, in next couple of days I have planned to prepare one or two sweets, stay tuned :)




Farsi Khaman Puri, is easy to prepare, make sure you fry them on a very low heat. These puri's can be savoured at tea time with hot beverages or at anytime as snacks, surely it will be enjoyed by young and old.



Notes :-
These puris will not stay fresh for long time like normal farsi Puri would be as it contains fresh ingredients such as coriander, chillies and ginger.
Make sure to fry these on a low heat, so it cooks inside properly.

You will need ;-

  • 250 g plain flour
  • 150 g gram flour
  • 2 tbsp. semolina 
  • 5-6 tbsp. ghee ( Vegan use oil )
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tbsp. sesame seeds
  • 1 tsp. cumin seeds
  • 1 tsp. turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp. sugar
  • 1 tbsp. lemon juice
  • 4 tbsp. desiccated coconut
  • 3-4 tbsp. finely chopped fresh coriander
  • 1 tbsp. finely chopped ginger and green chillies
  • Oil for deep fry
  • Red chilli powder to sprinkle ( optional ) 

Method ;-
In grinder place coconut and ginger-chillies, grind til you get smooth powder.
Add one tsp. oil and mix well. Leave it aside.
In a big bowl place all the flours, add ghee and rub together with your fingers.
Add salt, sugar, lemon juice, turmeric powder and finely chopped coriander.
Now heat just one tsp. oil and add cumin and sesame seeds, once it crackle pour oil  on top of the flour mixture.
Combine everything and knead a semi stiff dough using little water.
Resat the dough for 8-10 minutes.
Once again knead the dough and divide the dough into equal portions.
Make round balls and roll out in a thin small circle, just like puri.
Spread tiny amount of coconut mixture thinly. then fold into half and fold into triangle.
Repeat same procedure with the remaining dough.
Heat oil in a kadai, gently slip 4-5 triangles into hot oil and turn the heat on low.
Gently fry on a low heat until crispy and golden brown.
Let it cool completely, puris will become more crispier upon cooling.
Sprinkle little red chilli powder if using .
Serve with Masala Chai.
Enjoy !




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32 comments:

  1. I've never tried these, but your photos are gorgeous, that golden color is mesmerizing!!

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  2. Wow! These crackers are superb. I'll be making these!

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  3. What a pretty and tasty looking snack! I love Indian food! I traveled to India for my honeymoon!

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  4. Oh gosh these do look good, I love the way they are folded, which must lead to even more crunchy exterior edges to crisp up! Looking delicious.

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  5. I can't imagine these crackers would last long enough in my house to not stay fresh! These look so delicious! I can not wait to try them!

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  6. Lovely snack for tea time.

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  7. You certainly are organised and ready for Diwali!! These puris look amazing. I would love to have some with tea,

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  8. I wish I had a plateful of these in front of me right now!! They look delicious.

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  9. They look yummy !!!
    Shelf life??

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    1. Thank you! Not more than two weeks.

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  10. I LOVE pooris! The first time I had them I had the luxury of watching them being made. This is great. Definitely going to try this.

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  11. I'm a sucker for crispy deep-fried snacks, and I love the flavors in this!

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  12. these look amazing and absolutely genius! I have got to try them

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  13. We can always use spicy crackers in this house. Love cooking with lots of ingredients.

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  14. This is new to me ..Can we replace plain flour to whole wheat?Looks yummy

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  15. These crackers really remind me of Diwali😃
    Prefect for tea time snacking and kids tiffins as well. And as usual beautiful photography 😍

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  16. An absolute favourite during festivals! Beautiful styling 😍

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  17. Love a good, crispy snack and these look so irresistible! Love your photos ❤️

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  18. These make a perfect snack with tea. I have never made these but definitely had them before
    Anvita

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  19. These look like they have so much flavour! Definitely one next time I'm feeling adventurous!

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  20. Oh wow, these look so crispy and yummy! I have to pin these!

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  21. These crackers are perfect for easy snacking :-)

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  22. Homemade crackers are the best and these spicy ones sounds delicious! I could use those in so many ways.

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  23. looks good,. want to try!!!!!!!!!!!!just wanted to know can this be stored for future use and if yes for how long can it be stored i.e. days

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  24. Omg they are so addictive. Looks just perfect snack for Diwali. Love the rustic setup and the pictures.

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  25. These look delicious, I prefer savoury snacks to sweets, on my to do list now.

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  26. puris look so different, love the way you'e folded them. I usually just make them round and add all the masalas except for coconut in the dough. These puris look festive.

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  27. With so many mithai at time Diwali celebration, this puri is a welcome break 😀
    Looks super crispy and delicious.

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  28. Wow fantastic photography... loved it... soon me trying this . Superb

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  29. The recipe sounds delish.. plan to make this diwali :) just a few doubts - how many puris did this recipe turn out for? Also don't the folded triangles open while frying? Did you flatten them further after the triangles?

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  30. The recipe sounds delish.. plan to make this diwali :) just a few doubts - how many puris did this recipe turn out for? Also don't the folded triangles open while frying? Did you flatten them further after the triangles?

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    1. Thank you Megs for your comment. I would say about 20-22, depends how big you make :) Just lightly press the triangle and press the edges as well. When you spread the filling make sure you spreed it evenly as well and there should no problem. Hope this helps :)

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