Monday, 6 December 2010

Palak/Spinach Puri

Spinach is considered as Nutritional Powerhouse. It is loaded with Calcium, folic acid, vitamin K, fiber...etc...Its always recommended to add Spinach; fresh or frozen; to our food menu as often as we can. We can even add spinach in our sandwiches instead of lettuces. My kids jst hate spinach ;so i've to find different ways to make them have it; either add them in  puris ,chappathis or in soups. 
This puri is so delicious & yummy that they still don't know that there's Palak in it. I don't lik the color of this puri ;the green & brown combo; but the taste overcomes it. Ma family jst luv it.





Ingredients:

Atta/whole-wheat flour 2 cups
Palak/spinach 1 bunch
Salt
Water 

Method:

Blanch palak in boiling water,drain & let it cool. Make a paste of it.
Mix all the ingredients together & make the dough adding enough water . Keep the dough covered for about 10 mts.

Divide into 14-16 equal sized balls & roll into 4 inch diameter puris.

Heat sufficient oil in a kadai & deep fry the puris on medium-high heat. Drain onto an absorbent paper and serve hot.


4 comments:

  1. Fluffy pooris makes me hungry..

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  2. You have an award waiting to be collected, Hasna

    http://worldofsujana.blogspot.com/2010/12/awards-time.html

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  3. Thnk u all....& thnx Sujana for the lovely award...

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Monday, 6 December 2010

Palak/Spinach Puri

Spinach is considered as Nutritional Powerhouse. It is loaded with Calcium, folic acid, vitamin K, fiber...etc...Its always recommended to add Spinach; fresh or frozen; to our food menu as often as we can. We can even add spinach in our sandwiches instead of lettuces. My kids jst hate spinach ;so i've to find different ways to make them have it; either add them in  puris ,chappathis or in soups. 
This puri is so delicious & yummy that they still don't know that there's Palak in it. I don't lik the color of this puri ;the green & brown combo; but the taste overcomes it. Ma family jst luv it.





Ingredients:

Atta/whole-wheat flour 2 cups
Palak/spinach 1 bunch
Salt
Water 

Method:

Blanch palak in boiling water,drain & let it cool. Make a paste of it.
Mix all the ingredients together & make the dough adding enough water . Keep the dough covered for about 10 mts.

Divide into 14-16 equal sized balls & roll into 4 inch diameter puris.

Heat sufficient oil in a kadai & deep fry the puris on medium-high heat. Drain onto an absorbent paper and serve hot.


4 comments:

  1. Fluffy pooris makes me hungry..

    ReplyDelete
  2. You have an award waiting to be collected, Hasna

    http://worldofsujana.blogspot.com/2010/12/awards-time.html

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thnk u all....& thnx Sujana for the lovely award...

    ReplyDelete