For the dough: 40g maida (all-purpose) flour 10g fat 2g salt Oil for frying For the stuffing: 100g mushrooms 20g potatoes 20g peas 20g onions 6 green chilies 2 tsp coriander powder 1 tsp amchur 2 tsp salt 1 tsp black gram
Sieve flour, melt fat and mix into the flour with salt. Add water and knead the dough and leave for 30 minutes.
Boil potatoes and peas. Peel the potatoes and mash both of them separately.
Heat oil in a pan, saute the chopped onions, green chilies, black gram, coriander powder, and amchur. Then add mashed mushrooms, peas and potatoes.
Make small balls of the dough and roll into puris.
Fill the puris with the mixture, apply water to the edges and seal like a samosa.
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