Ginger-Habanero Pooris

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Ginger-Habanero Pooris
Nowadays, it is difficult for me to eat plain chappatis and pooris after finding out how wonderful they can taste with a little help from herbs & spices – And they can actually be stand alone dishes when you are hungry for a small snack or even if the subzi is finished and you still have pooris left. Gujarathi and Rajashtani cuisines almost always spice their pooris and I now remember how I traded my sambar sadham for pooris from my Marwari friend Madhu who brought the best achaars and rotis/pooris to college!

Ginger and Habaneros are a good combo for spicing your pooris up in a rather aromatic way J
Ginger Pooris
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Ingredients
3 cups of whole wheat flour
1 and ¼ cup of warm water
1 inch long and thick ginger piece
1 habanero pepper
1tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp ajwain
1/2 tsp turnmeric
Salt
1 tsp of baking powder
Oil to fry
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Preparation
Grind ginger, pepper, ajwain and cumin in 1 cup of warm water
In a wide mouth mixing bowl sift the whole wheat flower. Mix in the salt and the baking powder
Slowly add the water and knead either by hand or in your processor.
Make small balls and roll out
Deep Fry and eat with potato-onion roast curry as show in picture
Skills

Posted on

April 3, 2011

35 Comments

  1. wooww ginger and habanero. sounds spicy.. yummmmm.. flavorful poori..

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  2. These look delicious and easy to make! Great post!

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  3. Nice pooris! Looks very yummy!

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  4. Wonderful twist ..looks gud

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  5. sounds new to me dear….
    poori's looks perfect and delicious:)

    and waiting for the rasam u mentioned……

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  6. Puri look so tempting and sounds super delicious.

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  7. very different recipe for poori..never tried this way before..

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  8. The pooris look wonderful… can I have one?

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  9. Delicious combination of flavours…I always love masala kind of poori's and this recipe is awesome.

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  10. that looks good

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  11. new variety it is…love to eat it..

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  12. Flavorful pooris

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  13. Wow Priya! Its been years since I had poori for some reason. And now you are tempting me too much!! Waiting to see your banana bread too! Why don't you add it to my Week long Sweet Celebration mini event? Would love to see your tasty sweets there as I blog one sweet dish every day all this week!

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  14. U r tempting me with ur pooris, makes me hungry…

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  15. Yummy pooris…with great flavour of ginger..

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  16. These pooris are really tempting!

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  17. Woww… Pooris look extra-ordinary… Can we use any other pepper in place of Haberno??

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  18. Very unusual combo yaar..But worth a try after seeing ur spread

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  19. pooris look Mouthwatering :)

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  20. I heart pooris, but i'm too scared to fry in oil, this is ultimately interesting and flavourful pooris i shall mum to cook for me once :)

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