Did you perchance mean poor?
- Hindi (poori). Compare Georgian პური (puri). (Wiktionary)
- Hindi pūrī, from Sanskrit pūraḥ, cake. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The traditional Tambram accompaniment to pooris is potatoes in gravy and this combination is called poori-kizhangu in Tamil, kizhangu short for urulaikizhangu, which means potato.”
“Even if this kind of poori is a typical West Indian preparation, it still is descended from South Asia, right?”
“The poori itself is filled with ground split peas and is called dhal poori which is why it’s messy.”
“The favorite dishes for me were the poori (which was really sublime poori) and the sweet lassi, bot hof which were excellent.”
“So THAT's how u make those poori things! now I know - I need to save that recipe for sure - I must try that one day.”
“Work quickly, and make sure they all puff up by pushing each poori down with a slotted spoon.”
“Chaat looks so yummy .... want to grab one poori right now.”
“I just wish I had had that poori or roti because I think the flavor was a little lost in the rice.”
“Imagine each poori with its delectable fillings just bursting with that tangy, sweet, and spicy flavor when you pop it in your mouth ..... reminds of you of home, doesn't it?”
“Make a well in the pooris, add your choice of topping that has been mixed with some chaat masala and fill each poori.”
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Oh, that little smiling teacher tile in my Scrabble app. He teaches me so much.
Culinary terms from Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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