Poori & aloo ki sabzi / fried bread and spice sauteed potato

Main Dish
6 servings
20 min
40 min
Very Easy


Number of serving: 6

For Poori :

Whole wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup

Water - 1/2 cup , luke arm is best

Salt - 1/4 teaspoon

Oil - 1 teaspoon

Oil for frying

For Aloo Sabzi :

Potato - 2 cups , 1'' cubes boiled with salt and 1/4 teaspoon turmeric till fork tender

Oil - 2 tablespoons

Ginger garlic chili paste - 1 teaspoon( Grind equal part of ginger,garlic and green chilli)

Chilli Pw - 2 teaspoonsor to taste

Coriander Pw - 2 teaspoons

Garam Masala - 1/4 teaspoon

Lemon Juice - 2 teaspoons


  • Dough:
    Mix atta and salt well ,then add water and make a dough. Apply oil all over the dough , cover and keep aside for 30 minutes. Knead the dough again well for sometime.
  • Shaping:
    Divide the dough into ping pong ball size pieces. Roll each piece between hand to form a round ball. And press each ball between palms to from a disc. Roll each disc into small rounds using rolling pins. Once you have rolled a few of the discs you are ready to fry.
  • Frying:
    Heat oil in a deep heavy bottom pan to 350 F. Drop one rolled poori into oil. When it starts to come up press lightly with a spoon to help it puff. Turn and cook till both sides are golden. Repeat for rest of the dough.
  • For Aloo Sabzi :
    Heat oil and hing and potato and cook on medium flame for 5 minutes. Add chilli , coriander, garam masala and mix well. Cook on medium heat for another 5 minutes,mixing light handedly now and then. Remove from flame and add lemon juice and mix well.




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