One of our Sunday breakfast favourites, this snack goes perfect with chi tea or even normal. It is a snack which can be eaten hot or cold and it goes perfectly with loads of other snacks. We like to take them on road trips and eat it with a dry potato curry, just perfect for when you want to have a quick snack which is full of flavour.
This is a recipe which you have to try, you will not be disappointed with the outcome, you can always change the amount of chillis you put in. Give this recipe a go and share it with your friends and families, we really hope you love this recipe as much as we do.
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Spicy puris is very tasty, easy to make and also a snack that can be eaten between meals. It is deep fried so it can only be cooked on special occasions for those who are health conscious.
- Prep Time : 15 minutes
- Cook Time : 5 minutes
Put the wheat flour in a bowl. Add all the ingredients( omit the water) and mix to form a into bread crumbs. Slowly add the water to form into a dough. This dough should not be too soft or too hard. Knead until all the flour comes together into a smooth dough. Leave this dough to set for ten minutes. In the mean time heat the oil, in a deep frying panto fry the puris on a medium to high heat.
Divide the dough into a small golf size balls. You might get about ten to twelve balls depending on how big the puris are. Roll each ball out as a size of a small saucer. You can roll out all the balls and set a side ready to fry or you can fry as you are rolling one at a time.
Deep fry each puris( The puris may fluff up like a ball) turning once and cooked until golden brown.
Traditionally it is dunked into a hot cup of tea like a biscuit and consumed.