Thursday, December 11, 2008

Tikhat mithachi puri

Sunday’s favorite brunch or a very nice thing to carry while travelling. For me and my sis it’s nickname is ‘TiMiPu’ (i.e. Tikhat mithachi puri )

Wheat flour - 4 cups
Red chilli powder – 2 Teaspoon
Haldi powder – ½ Tes spoon
Ajwain – ½ Tea spoon
Sugar – ¼ Tea spoon
Salt – As per taste
Hot oil (mohan) – 2 Table spoon
Oil for frying


Mix wheat flour, chilli powder,haldi,ajwain, salt, sugar, hot oil. Knead to a hard dough with water. Keep aside for 5-10 minutes. Make a lemon size ball. Roll each ball in a round shape. Heat oil in kadai and deep fry on medium flame. Serve hot puris with shengdana chatni or pickle or only curd. It tastes very good with afternoon tea also.



Anonymous said...

Hey, TiMiPu loooks good. We too had some nicknames for everyday food at our home.
PuPo was Puran Poli
and SaKhi was sabudanyachi khichdi!!:-D

Meera/Enjoy Indian Food

Khaugiri said...

Hi Meera, thanks a lot we also called Puran poli as PuPo, but Sakhi for sabudana khichadi sounds very nice.

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