Today is the final day of this week under Indian states theme. For the final day I chose a simple yet delicious savoury snack from Gujarat. Farsi puri is a flaky, crispy flat round snack which goes well with coffee or tea. The puri is made with maida and the preparation reminded me of chiroti. Usually I try to post during mid night but as it was Saturday, I planned on preparing the puris during day tinme and post it by noon.
But things went hectic. I couldn’t make the puris as planned. I prepared the puris by evening and only by 11 pm I am drafting the post. But somehow, the post will go online today. And tomorrow is a holiday!! We have even planned for an outing tomorrow. So until I come back with anoher theme on Sunday, enjoy this visual treat.
Maida / All purpose flour-1 cup
Cumin Seeds-1 sp
Ajain Seeds-1 tsp
Black Pepper Powder-1 tsp
Oil- to deep fry
In a bowl mix together flour, saltt, pepper powder, cumin and ajwain.
Add enough water to make a stiff dough.
Cover and set asid for 30 minutes.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Divide dough into large lemon sized balls.
Roll each dough into a thin disc.
Apply a few drops of oil evenly on the disc.
Roll the disc into a tight log.
Cut into 1/2″ wide slices.
Now press each roll into a thin disc.
Deep fry in batches on medium flame until golden and the sizzling stops.
Drain oil and transfer to a plate.
Once cool transfer to an airtight jar.
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