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  • n. Plural form of puri.


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  • To fill the kachoris: Roll out small puris from the dough.

    Green Peas Kachori & A Prize Preview

  • The gharge or sweet pumpkin puris are so appropriate to make in October!

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • A firm semolina dough is rolled into little "puris" and deep fried into plump tiny hollow balls.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • The small amount of oil that is usually added to fried foods such as puris, chaklis, sev, bhaji pakoda batter etc. is called mohan.

    Who is Mohan and What is He Doing In My Puri?

  • As far as diet staples are concerned, India can be divided more or less horizontally across it's middle: the upper half or Northern India eats wheat as its staple carb, refected in the wonderful North Indian breads such as puris, parathas and naans.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • "On such occasions, it is usually served with a deep-fried chappati, called puris - a combination that is simply divine.

    Shropshire Star

  • I am so glad you liked the shaak ... its a classic with puris indeed, and I'd love to try it with the Methi bhatures ....

    Tomato Chutney, Rasavalu Batata Nu Shaak

  • Try the south thali – a range of small dishes served with rice or puris (fritters) on a large plate.

    New Delhi Guide

  • I love this with chapatis, puris, parathas, bhaturas ... you name it .... there's something about the creamed spinach and the soft paneer that is just amazing!

    Palak Paneer is a good thing......

  • Totally scrumptious and lip-smacking (and well puffed puris).

    Dahi-Sev Poori with Homemade Pooris


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