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Farhi Puri is crispy flat bread. These puris are kids favorite homemade snack and I love these puris with my Indian tea. I also love to take these puris during long trip. You can prepare these puris simple or layered. Below you will see video for prepareing with layers. Those layered rolled puris are known as Banana puris where I grew up. No banana really in this recipe but just may be because of the shape it gets, it is called Banana puris. You can make these puris with different flavors as well such as dry methi leaves are used to flavor it up.



Farhi Puri

This tasty farhi Puris are so simple to make and always delicious to eat. Perfact for tea-time..Gujarati call it Tikhi puri or farhi puri. Below you find also video for Banana puri which is basically puff layered puris. Also find other videos of all kinds of puris such as sev puri, pani puri, dahi puri and list goes on.

Ingredients

  • 31/2 cups all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup wheat or chapati flour
  • 1/2 cup mix of Ghee and oil(1/2:1/2 ratio)
  • 1 tsp. Caraway seeds(Shah Jeera)
  • 1/2 tsp. Turmeric powder
  • 11/2 tsp salt or according to your test
  • 1 tbsp. Sugar
  • warm water as needed

Instructions

Mix all dry ingredients first in a big bowl. Then add mix of ghee and oil and mix everything well. Now nead the dough with water as needed. We need this dough little bit harder than chapati flour. So make sure you add water slowly. When the dough is neaded properly, smooth out the dough with little bit of oil.Cover the dough and keep it aside for about 10-15min.
After 10-15min, make little bolls, may the size of cherry and roll all puris. Meanwhile heat oil in a fry pan. When oil is done test oil tempreture by adding small piece of puri. If oil is hot fry rest of the puris. Your crispy crunchy puri is done. Serve with Indian tea or eat them itself. The test of Caraway seeds make big differnce to this recipe.
http://bhavnaskitchen.com/farhi-puri/

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