Puri

Every Mornings… First LOVE…First ATTRACTION…Puri ;D

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Ingredients:

Flour (white or whole wheat, Atta)- 1 cup
Oil- 2 tbs
Salt-(to taste), 1 tsp
Lukewarm Water- as needed
Cumin seeds- 1/2 tsp

For frying:

Deep frying pan (also see steps below for the shallowness of the pan)
Oil- 2 to 3 cups

 

Method:

(see pictures below), (and when frying check out the video below for help).
  1. In a suitable bowl, combine flour, oil, salt, lukewarm water, and cumin seeds into a dough form
  2. With the dough, divide and create little/small balls, and roll them out into round plates.
  3. Pour oil in a deep frying pan, and place the pan on high flame.
  4. Drop the round puri in the hot oil, and deep fry till they are reddish golden.
  5. Place your puri on proper paper towel, so that the excess oil could drain off.

Tip: While frying, add hot oil from top so that your puri puffs up, for a more stunning look… :D

 

Steps With Pictures:

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We have all experienced those days when we get up in the morning and we do not feel like preparing anything. You know one of those lazy Saturday or Sunday Mornings, were you just want deliciously tempational mouth-watering food on your bed. Mmmmmm talking about wishing about something and that wish coming true, I remember as a kid I truly believed in words like ‘abra ka dabra’ or Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo. For sure these magic words were used in famous childhood fairytale moves. Such as Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo was used in Cinderalla by the Fairy Godmother as a symbol of making something happen. Ahhhhh how I wish Fairy tales existed, that’s my take on it, however, many individuals specifically ‘elderly’ also researched scholars are really concerned about how children watching such fantasized movies are being bombarded with unrealistic “magic”. Not only Fairytale movies which target young girls but also movies like Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings, which are heavily viewed by both young males and females. This discussion get’s a bit complicated since parents are always concerned about the well-being of their children. Also parents do not want such exposure of spiritual power or even make-believe fantasy world to have an effect on children’s stage of growth. This question and concern for many is open for discussion: whether a story that is solely concentrated on fantasy and fairy tale world is appropriate for a child’s learning and growing stage in life.

 Who has experience it? Standing in front of the fridge opened and staring at it for hours, hours and hours. Well the hours part might be a bit of exaggeration, I meant to say the whole day….lol!!! But honestly keep on opening and closing the fridge door is like a hobby know. I usually open the door like a million times a day and Grandmother says “ya so the next time you open the fridge, which is like after a milla-second, something is going to pop-up magically” and I’m like “I wish Fairytales existed, were I could say Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo and there is food”.

Not to worry Guyzz……Just to let you know you are not an addict or ‘aholic’. I bet you have herd of the words shopaholic, danceaholic, sugarholic, workaholic or even chocoholic which I believe I am J Well that’s a whole other story of my obsession with chocolates.

Cause we have all experienced this every weekend or for others every single day, we might associate ourselves to the word not only foodaholic but also “fridgaholic”. At least I did until I got to know that this is purely normal. Its like this is in a human beings instinct to look for food. Right you guysss…that’s why we work to get food, which is our basic necessity. No dah!!! Just by reminding myself about being a human, humanly instincts and how food is a basic necessity; I feel like spending most of the morning or even the whole day near the fridge is so normal.

Guyzz you don’t have to stand of even wait in front of the fridge any more, cause Miss OMGies has got a solution for y’all (especially for herself). Puri’s are here to save the day!!!