Amritsari Aloo Kulcha | How to make Stuffed Aloo Kulcha

Punjabi Amritsari Kulcha Thali

Amritsari Aloo Kulcha is one of the most popular versions of kulchas made from the tow of Amritsar, Punjabi. The old lanes and streets of Amritsar is famous for its breads and the different dishes sold there. One would obviously not miss out to enjoy this combination of Amritsari Kulche with Chhole! I already have […]

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Bihari Chana Dal Puri Recipe

Bihari Chana Dal Puri Thali

Bihari Chana Dal Puri Recipe is a traditional Bihari style poori stuffed with chana dal cooked in spices. This Bengal gram dal stuffed puris are made of wheat flour stuffed with chana and deep fried. Traditionally one serves these dal puri with rice kheer for breakfast. Since I was planning on making a thali I […]

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Urad Dal Ki Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Urad Dal Ki Poori

Urad Dal Ki Poori or Bedmi Poori is a popular puri from the Northern States of India. Stuff the pooris with spiced ground Urad dal for a delicious poori with sides dishes like aloo ki sabzi. These Urad dal Poori are also called as Bedmi Poori, uses a stuffing prepared by cooking ground urad dal […]

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Swala or Sewala from Uttarakhand ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Swala - Puri from Uttarakhand

Swala or the Sewala is a stuffed deep fried Indian Bread from the state of Uttarakhand. These stuffed pooris don’t require a side dish, you can simply serve it with butter and pickle. Uttarakhand, formally known as Uttaranchal is a state located in the northwestern part of the country. During our exploration of regional cuisines […]

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Paneer Stuffed Bhatura ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Paneer Stuffed Bhatura

Paneer Stuffed Bhatura is a delicious deep fried Indian Pooris made with All Purpose flour stuffed with fresh Indian Cottage Cheese. These stuffed paneer bhaturas are good to enjoy as such though we can serve it with chole or aloo. I have adapted this from here and got to know this is a specialty from […]

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Onion Masala Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Onion Masala Poori

Onion Masala Poori is a deep fried Bread made with all purpose flour stuffed with a spicy onion and spices filling. These Onion Pooris are heavy and a filling bread on its own, and you don’t have to make any side dish for this. When it was the turn of thinking of a poori with […]

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Lauki Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Lauki Poori

Lauki Poori is a deep fried Indian Flatbread made with grated bottle gourd along with spices to make a delicious dish on its own. Bottle gourd is very healthy and this is one of the ways you can include in your diet. Bottle Gourd is called Sorakkai in Tamil, Sorakaya/Anapakaya in Telugu, Ghiya/ Lauki in […]

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Kesar Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Kesar Poori

Kesar Poori is a sinful delicious deep fried Indian Flatbread made with Saffron and milk. The entire dough is knead with milk along with spices to make a spicy and complete bread on its own. For the A to Z Indian Pooris, K is Kesar Poori made with Saffron or Kesar. I had a choice […]

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Jolada Hittina Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Jolada Hittina Poori

Jolada Hittina Poori is a delicious mixed flour poori from North Karnataka. The flour is majorly made of Jowar flour, with the addition of few other flours to make a healthy version. This poori or vade can also be referred to as five flours vade as it is made with a mix of five different […]

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Indian Masala Poori ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Indian Masala Poori

Indian Masala Poori is a delicious poori spiced with indian spices and flavours. This is a simple poori that can be paired with just curds and served for a party. When it was the turn of I in the A to Z Indian Pooris, I didn’t have a choice at all other than Inippu poori. […]

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Hing er Kochuri ~ A to Z Indian Pooris

Hing er Kochuri

Hing er Kochuri or Asofeotida flavoured stuffed Urad dal Pooris are a popular breakfast dish from Bengal. When I did Radhaballabhi, I came across these small sized hing flavoured Urad dal stuffed pooris that Sandeepa was talking about. I had done such an elaborate research on what stuffing goes into Radhaballabhi and how popular and […]

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