Whole wheat flour Poori recipe (also spelt) puri, is a very popular Indian Fry Bread.
It is unlevened deep fried bread.
Poori is wickedly delicious. There is a variety of poori/puri made.
Poori is not a everyday Indian bread. Poori/Puri is a special bread that is made on weddings, festivals, parties, picnics etc.
It is made occasionally as breakfast or snack too. As puri is a fried bread, it should be eaten only once in a while.
Most of the times it is served with spicy vegetable dishes such as potato masala, vegetable saagu, curries or chutneys.
Indian fry bread recipe is made either with atta - whole wheat flour or maida - plain flour or a mixture of both.
Plain flour puris are softer and whiter. But using whole wheat flour is healthier and I find it tastier.
I always use whole wheat flour. A little semolina or gram flour can also be added if you like the puris a little crisp like I do.
The popular bengali Luchi is a variation of puri that is made with maida (plain flour).
You can mix the puri dough and keep in the fridge for 2-3 days and make puris whenever you want.
You can also take this Indian fried bread with you when you go for a picnic as puris remain soft for long and can keep for a day or two.
My family loves them. Your family would love them too!
Ingredients for Indian fry bred Poori - Puri:
Serve hot with any curry or chutney of your choice.
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