Crispy Poori Paratha Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Crispy Poori Paratha Recipe

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Crispy Puri Paratha | Puri Paratha || How to make Puri Paratha with step by step photos

Puri Paratha is a layered, traditional, and crispy deep-fried flatbread, it made with a few ingredients plain flour, ghee, semolina, and salt_this puri paratha is one of the most popular recipes in Pakistan_this puri paratha is easily available in all roadside restaurants and restaurants in Pakistan

This recipe is prepared in two ways, firstly knead the soft dough and rest it for at least 2 hours Then roll it out and apply ghee paste inside the roti and fold it like paratha and then again rest it by applying oil over dough balls to make them crispy and crunchy
                                


Finally deep fry them like a puri_this recipe is a combination of paratha and puri_this is the reason it is called Puri Paratha

Here I used some semolina to make crunchy paratha_but if you don’t like crispiness in paratha puri you can skip semolina from a recipe. Poori paratha is usually served with Barbecue items_As well as this puri paratha goes well with tea or omelet_personally I love to have it with tea_ This delightful Main Course recipe of Puri Paratha can be ready in approximately 30 minutes and is good to serve around 2-4 People.
More fried recipes:
Plain kachori
Dal kachori
Gol gappy

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In a large-sized mixing bowl sift the flour then add semolina, ghee, and salt mix them together_Rub the flour with semolina and ghee until it turns to crumble
                     
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Now start kneading the dough by adding water little by little to a soft dough

              
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Apply little oil over the dough and leave it to rest for around 2 hours

                  
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Cover the dough with plastic cling wrap or kitchen napkin 
            
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Meanwhile, in a small bowl take plain flour and ghee

                  
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Mix them together very well set them aside
             
                     
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Punch the dough down and apply some oil over the dough_Make 4 equal balls out of the dough


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Give it to dough ball shape and place on tray/plate

                   
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Spread some oil on the working surface_and take a dough ball and roll the thin roti around 10-12 inches in round shape_Apply prepared ghee paste on it

                    
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Roll it like a rope and then again apply the paste over the rope and then fold it like a snail, press the end gently in the middle_Slightly press the paratha ball_And place on tray or plate
             



Repeat all the process with remaining dough balls_And prepare all paratha balls and place on a tray.Again apply some oil over prepared puri balls and give it to rest around 20 minutes

              
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Take a prepared paratha dough and roll it 6-7 inches in round shape

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Meantime heat the oil or ghee in the wok

              
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Slide a puri paratha in hot oil and fry one side for 2 minutes on medium-high heat_Flip the puri and keep frying until light golden color_Transfer to the brown paper or kitchen paper to remove excess oil
                     
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Puri paratha is done_cut into four pieces 

              
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Now transfer to the serving plate

               
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And serve with teakababs or barbecue items 

           






Puri Paratha is a layered, traditional, and crispy deep-fried flatbread, it is made with a few ingredients plain flour, ghee, semolina, and salt...

Ingredients:
  1. 400g, plain flour
  2. 2 tbsp, semolina
  3. 2 tbsp,ghee/butter
  4. ½ tsp, salt or to taste
  5. Oil as required for frying
  6. Water for kneading
For ghee paste:
  1. 2 tbsp: plain flour
  2. 2 tbsp, ghee
How to make the Puri paratha? 
  1. In a large-sized mixing bowl sift the flour then add semolina, ghee, and salt
  2. Mix them together
  3. Rub the flour with semolina and ghee until it turns to crumble
  4. Now start kneading the dough by adding water little by little to a soft dough
  5. Apply little oil over the dough and leave it to rest for around 2 hours
  6. Cover the dough with plastic cling wrap or kitchen napkin
  7. Meanwhile, in a small bowl take plain flour and ghee
  8. Mix them together very well set them aside
  9. Punch the dough down and apply some oil over the dough
  10. Make 4 equal balls out of the dough
  11. Give it to dough ball shape and place on tray/plate
  12. Spread some oil on the working surface_and take a dough ball and roll the thin roti around 10-12 inches in round shape in round shape
  13. Apply prepared ghee paste on it
  14. Roll it like a rope and then again apply the paste over the rope and then fold it like a snail, press the end gently in the middle
  15. Slightly press the paratha ball and place on tray or plate
  16. Repeat all the processes with the remaining dough balls
  17. And prepare all paratha balls and place them on the tray
  18. Again apply some oil over prepared puri balls and give them to rest around 20 minutes
  19. Take a prepared paratha dough and roll it 6-7 inches in round shape
  20. Note: you can also make and roll the puri in a square shape just like a square paratha
  21. Meantime heat the oil or ghee in the wok
  22. Slide a puri paratha in hot oil and fry one side for 2 minutes on medium-high heat
  23. Flip the puri and keep frying until light golden color
  24. Transfer to the brown paper or kitchen paper to remove excess oil
  25. Puri paratha is done, cut into four pieces 
  26. Now transfer to the serving plate
  27. And serve with teakababs or barbecue items
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