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Methi Ajwain Puri

methi ajwain puri
Fried Bread with Fenugreek/Methi leaves and Carom seeds/Ajwain.

Ingredients:
Fenugreek/Methi Leaves - a bunch
Wheat Flour - about 2 cups
Carom Seeds/Ajwain/Owa - 1 tsp
Sugar - 1/4 tsp
Salt
Oil

Method:
1. Add finely chopped Fenugreek leaves (with tender stems), wheat flour, carom seeds, sugar and salt in a mixing bowl.  Knead all the above to a firm dough using little water.  Add more wheat flour, if required.
2. I have used fresh fenugreek leaves, you can use frozen Methi or dry Kasoori Methi.
3. Knead the dough well with a few drops of oil.  Keep the dough (covered) aside for about 20 - 30 minutes.
4. Make small lemon sized balls and roll each one into round puris (about 5 - 6 inch diameter) dusting some wheat flour.
5. Deep fry these puris and serve with potato bhaji or any curry you like.

Comments

  1. Wow! Wow! Looks so yummy Uma, i wish i could have some of your puri's:-)

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  2. oh my, this looks so good. very healthy too.

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  3. such a flavourful and healthy puri, looks great

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  4. Love the flavour of methi, it gives such a nice taste as well and puri looks really good, must be very delicious....

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  5. puris sound yummy...easy to make too

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  6. sounds interesting dear..
    puri looks healthy and delicious :-)

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  7. These look lovely and tasty.They are good for lunch boxes and picnics.

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  8. Such a flavourful and interesting puri, looks super delicious..

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  9. very intriguing puri uma, sounds like a must try...!

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  10. hi uma, I too have posted methi pooris earlier. Your's look perfect and tempting.

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  11. Lovely and flavorful puris..sounds a fantastic recipe..must try this...thanks dear:)

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  12. i love meethi ki puri
    and this one looks fantastic

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  13. yummy n delicious puris :)

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  14. Delicious! I love methi and love to use ajwain in my breads, great combo :)

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  15. can i use dry methi leaves instead of fresh one pl mail me

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  16. sure, dry methi leaves can be used..

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