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Prep Time
10 Mins
Cook Time

5 Mins

2 - 3
Soft and smooth puri is usually enjoyed in a desi breakfast with halwa or channay! It is very delicious and healthy and is easily prepared at home.
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  • Fine flour ½ kg
  • Salt ½ tsp
  • Clarified butter 2 tbsp
  • Oil (for frying)

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Cooking Directions

  1. Take fine flour, add salt and clarified butter and knead it properly.

  2. Now make small even sized balls from the flour.

  3. Flatten these balls in the shape of circles.

  4. Fry them in oil.

  5. Serve hot.

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  1. nice recipe

    on Nov 7 2014 3:06AM Report Abuse BHAVANA ANIL GONDHALI
  2. I used maida. Puri's were soft. i had it with chana masala

    on Apr 9 2013 8:26AM Report Abuse SALEHA
  3. puri is not made soft its make hard just like samosa what you can say about this pl tell me

    on Dec 15 2012 1:58AM Report Abuse MUBARAQ
  4. Could you please advise me what would be the fine flour ... can i consider it as "atta'' or '' maida''..Awaiting your kind reply. =)

    on Apr 29 2012 10:19AM Report Abuse SDF
  5. Sahar, the recipe indeed has a mistake. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The recipe is now updated for you.

    on Feb 24 2012 7:17AM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  6. There is a mistake in point 1. its written "clarified oil " instead of "clarified butter" ,.. Please correct it cos many readers tend to get confused. However I will def try this recipe over the weekend and get back with my comments :)

    on Feb 24 2012 5:46AM Report Abuse SAHAR
  7. Sdf, you have to use required water to knead a medium soft dough. Make sure you fry the puris in hot oil over medium high flame.

    on Feb 10 2012 9:12AM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  8. will they be soft when fried ?? coz few receipes i treid they become a bit of dry and dont remain soft ... Also i noticed that you didnt use water ... i hope that only kneading the dough with oil would make them softer ?

    on Feb 10 2012 4:54AM Report Abuse SDF

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