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Baked methi/fenugreek leaves Poori/Puri

Baked Pooris

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Baked puris are guilt free and healthy version as they are normally fried in Oil.

Using fenugreek leaves add flavour and they are mixed with flour to make nutritious snacks. It does cool body and has a laxative nature also. Eating fenugreek leaves at least three times a week would help you develop good health with proper digestion. As fenugreek leaves are iron rich, eating it regularly would help meet your iron requirements.

So enjoy baked puris as a snack for breakfast as a main course with some side dish like Jalfrezi (Recipe link click here).

Yields: 10-12pooris
Preparation time: 10mins
Baking time: 5 – 6 mins turning half way

Ingredients:

  • Whole wheat flour-1cup
  • Finely chopped Fenugreek leaves (methi)- 1/2cup
  • Turmeric-1/2tsp
  • Carom seeds/ ajwain-1tsp
  • Salt- as per taste
  • Yogurt-1/4cup
  • Warm water -1/4cup or as required (using warm water makes the puris soft)

Procedure:

  • Pre-heat the oven at 180deg C. Grease the baking tray and set aside.
  • Combine flour, methi, turmeric powder, salt, carom seeds in a bowl and mix well
  • Add yogurt to this flour mixture and mix well and then add warm water as required and knead into a dough.
  • Divide the dough into equal portions and roll to small balls.
  • Roll out each portion into a circle of about 3”diameter.
  • Place 6-8 puris at a time on greased baking tray and bake for 5-6minutes

Note:

  • Can include chilli powder/minced green chillies for the dough
  • For crispier poori’s baking time can be increased upto 10 mins turning half way
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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on August 11, 2014, in Indian, Main dish and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.

  1. These sound great, and I love the idea of adding funegreek! Do you serve these alongside a meal, or with something in them?

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  2. Ah, now I see you are picturing the pooris. Looks interesting, with several new-to-me ingredients. I know it is possible to fry tortillas without oil; would it also be possible to fry these with little or no oil as well?
    Best,
    D

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  3. Oooo. I miss puris ❤

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  4. Baked poori..interesting

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  5. Baking poori is nice Chitra:-) will try soon and let you know

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  6. Love this baked version 🙂 Super cool!!!

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  7. I always struggle with ‘salt as per taste’. How much would you usually add, Chitra?

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  8. I second Malar 🙂 very super cool !!!

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  9. I have not tried the meethi poori but have had meethi parantha’s and they are so yummmm

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  10. I am crazy about any type of flatbread! I just cannot believe how easy your recipe is: no rising, no resting. Fabulous!

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  11. Ummey @notbikiniready

    Yummy

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