Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism
Pani Puri






1 cup

2 tbsp.

To deep fry

To taste


1.Combine salt and ghee and add this to rawa.

2. Rub this mixture thoroughly to form a hard dough.

3. Divide the dough in to small portions.

4. Roll out each portion of the dough in to thin round shape.

5. Heat oil in a kadai to medium hot.

6. Deep fry puri in hot oil, when puri is puffed from one side, turn it over and continue frying till puffed from both the sides, becomes crisp and golden brown in colour.

7. Remove it, drain off excess oil and then leave them to cool.

Source: sanjeevkapoor.com

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