If there is one meal of the day that we look forward to the most, it is dinner. After a hectic day at work, we want to treat our taste buds to something exciting. While there are a plethora of options out there, there are common curries, sabzis, and breads that remain constant on our menu. One such food is the classic poori. Soft and fluffy, this deep-fried golden brown bread pairs perfectly well with a variety of dishes. The best part? You can experiment with puri in numerous ways as well. Masala methi puri, for instance, is one such version that deserves your attention. It is super easy to make and promises a burst of flavour in every bite. It will make for a delectable addition to your dinner menu. Check out the recipe below:
What Is Masala Methi Puri?
As the name suggests, this puri has methi (fenugreek) as its key ingredient. The leaves are combined with coriander leaves and a pool of flavourful spices to make the dough for the puri. A paste of ginger, garlic, and green chillies is also prepared and added to the dough. This helps enhance its overall flavour and gives it a kick of spice. It makes for a pleasant change from regular plain puri and is great for times when you feel like having something indulgent. Pair it with aloo sabzi, refreshing raita, or any achaar of your choice to fully savour its taste.
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Masala Methi Puri Recipe | How To Make Masala Methi Puri
This recipe for masala methi puri was shared by food blogger Parul on her YouTube channel, ‘Cook With Parul’. To make it, add chopped fenugreek, coriander leaves, and salt to a plate. Mix well and keep aside. Now, add garlic, ginger, green chillies, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, and water to a mixer grinder. Blend well to form a smooth paste. Add this paste to the leaf mixture and add wheat flour, besan, and suji, along with all the dry masalas. Drizzle oil and combine everything together to prepare a dough. Cover it with a wet cloth and allow it to rest for 5-10 minutes. Divide it into equal portions and flatten them out slightly. Coat them with oil and roll them out to medium thickness. Heat oil in a kadhai set on a low-medium flame and deep-fry them until they turn golden brown and crispy in colour. Serve hot and enjoy! Your masala methi puris are ready!
Watch the detailed recipe video below:
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