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Singhare ki Puri

This special puri or fried Indian bread is made especially during the Janmashtami celebrations.  Many Indian fasts require the use of special flours, fruits, and spices. Many commonly used cooking ingredients are not allowed during certain fasts. Singhare ka atta or Waterchestnut flour is usually a "vrat" or fasting item. 

1 Cup Of Singhare Flour or Waterchestnut Flour  or Kuttu ka atta
1 tbsp oil
2 tsp oregano (Ajwain) Seeds
1/4 Cup Cilantro or Coriander Leaves
1/4 Cup Chopped Spinach
1/4 Cup boiled and mashed Potatoes
1 or 2 chopped green chilies
1 tbsp Red Chili Powder
Salt according to Taste
Water For Kneading
Oil For Deep Frying

 

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Mix all the mentioned ingredients thoroughly (except oil for deep frying) in the Singhara flour. Add water little by little to make a dough. Now pat a small puri in the palm of your hand.
 
Heat oil in a frying pan & fry puri until golden brown.
Repeat this with the rest of the flour mixture.

Note : To carry on traditions you may make the puri with ordinary wheat flour. This flour is sometimes available in Indian grocery stores. This flour is not like the normal flour so do not add too much of water. Mix all the ingredients before adding any water. Then add the water slowly. 

Serve with Indian pickles or plain yogurt.

 

 




 

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