Maharashtrian Poori is a Indian bread from the Maharashtra region . Herbs and spices are added to make this melt in the mouth spiced poori .
We are always in quest of quick recipes to pack the lunch boxes . More so when the lunch box is for kids . When the kids are back from school , first thing all mom’s do is check the lunch box and ask if the kids enjoyed the food . Am I right ? Well , I was like that when my kids went to school .
For Day 2 under lunch box recipes under 30 minutes here is a Maharashtrian Poori . One needs to add all spices , a bit of grated onion and some pounded herbs to the flour and get the dough ready . All this can be done while the oil is getting heated to fry these pooris. Once the oil is ready it is a matter of minutes and the pooris get ready and you actually don’t need any accompaniment with these . If you want to serve then yogurt is the best . It is mild and you can enjoy the flavours in the Poori . These pooris taste fantastic when they are served piping hot , but taste even better when packed . They make a ideal snack for traveling too .
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/8 tsp turmeric powder
Salt to taste
1 large onion , grated
2 green chillies , paste
Few coriander leaves , paste
Place oil to heat .
Take a mixing bowl and add the wheat flour .
Add turmeric powder and salt .
Add grated onion and chilly , coriander paste .
Mix well with hands .
Gradually adding water bind the dough .
Drizzle a tbsp of oil and knead the dough till smooth and pliable .
Pinch out a lemon size ball and roll into a disc of about 4” .
Deep fry the poori turning once , till nice and golden .
Similarly make other pooris .
Here are some more Maharashtrian Breads you could try –
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 1/8 tsp turmeric powder
- Salt to taste
- 1 large onion grated
- 2 green chillies paste
- leaves Few coriander paste
- Place oil to heat .
- Take a mixing bowl and add the wheat flour .
- Add turmeric powder and salt .
- Add grated onion and chilly , coriander paste .
- Mix well with hands .
- Gradually adding water bind the dough .
- Drizzle a tbsp of oil and knead the dough till smooth and pliable .
- Pinch out a lemon size ball and roll into a disc of about 4” .
- Deep fry the poori turning once , till nice and golden .
- Similarly make other pooris .