I love snacking with my cup of ginger tea. So, I prepared these Farsi Puri to enjoy during tea-time with my whole family. Farsi Puri is a very popular snack from state of Gujarat, India. I remember my college days when I used to visit my sister in Ahmadabad, Gujarat for holidays. She will prepare these yummy farsi puri and serve with tea. Farsi puri is made with all purpose flour, subtle spices and deep fried in oil.
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I made farsi Puri for the whole family and they turned out even more delicious using Fortune Vivo Oil. This oil is light, neutral in taste and odorless. So, I would be definitely using this oil more frequently in my kitchen. So, sharing the recipe for a crispy, flaky Farsi Masala Puri. Fry them in Fortune Vivo oil and enjoy!!
- All purpose flour (Maida) – 2 cups
- Sooji/rava/ Fine Semolina – 4 tbsp
- Cumin Seeds/jeera – 2 tsp
- Black pepper corns - 1 tbsp
- Dried Fenugreek leaves/kasuri methi - 2 tbsp
- Ghee (clarified butter) – 5 tbsp
- Salt to taste
- Fortune Vivo Oil – for deep frying
- Crush the pepper corns very coarsely. Take flour in a bowl, add salt, cumin seeds, kasoori methi, pepper corns and mix well.
- Add melted clarified butter and mix well. Add sufficient cold chilled water and mix well to make a smooth dough.
- Cover and rest the dough for 15 minutes.
- Take a portion of the dough to make a small lemon size ball.
- Flatten it with a rolling pin into a round shape. Prick with a fork or it will fluff while deep frying.
- Heat sufficient oil in a pan. To make sure to check if oil is ready, drop a small portion of dough into the hot oil. If it puffs up right away, oil is ready for deep frying.
- Slide in the flattened dough and deep-fry on low or medium heat till golden and crisp.
- Drain and place on an absorbent paper.
- Enjoy these crispy farsi puri with a cup of ginger tea.
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