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Monday, January 21, 2013

KUTTU KI POORI / BUCKWHEAT POORI (VERSION 1)


Kuttu ka atta is rich in protein and substituted for wheat atta. This poori is made during fasting days. 

INGREDIENTS:

Kuttu flour - 2 cups
Salt - 1/8 tsp.


METHOD:

In an easy to knead bowl, put in the atta and salt, add water little by little and mix it to a stiff dough. Knead well. 


Make small balls out of the dough.

Grease a plastic sheet with oil, place a ball in it, cover with another greased plastic sheet and press the dough with the flat bottomed cup. Flatten all the balls like this.

Heat oil, gently slide the pooris into oil. Deep fry on both sides till golden brown. Serve hot with any bhaji of your choice.

18 comments:

  1. Hey ...we make it in the similar way during navratras (fasting time) great recipe !!!

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  2. I have never seen this flour yet. the puri looks as good as the atta poori that we make.

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  3. Healthy puris, have to get this flour from organic shop here.

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  4. I used to make this when I lived in China as this flour was available in almost all the shop.Pls can you tell me where we can get this in Cbe?

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  5. I used to make this when I lived in China as this flour was available in almost all the shops. Pls can you tell me where we can get this in Cbe?

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  6. I too have never seen this flour before...puri looks perfect.

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  7. PJ u will get it in all departmental stores,try kannan departmental store. or any big stores in RS puram area.

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  8. My mother used to give buckwheat(javve godhi)chapppatis in pregnancy and after delivery..very healthy and delicious too..love it

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  9. Wowwwwwwww.. looks absolutely perfect and inviting.. awesome clicks too :)

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  10. Thanks Shanthiji,will check it out...

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  11. Looks so delicious and love the fact that it uses healthier flour

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  12. So delicious and looks so much like atta puri!!! bookmarking it!!!
    Sowmya
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  13. Lakshmi RamachandranJanuary 23, 2013 at 7:53 AM

    Such a fantastic recipe using Buckwheat flour....esp for people like me with gluten sensitivity. Always looking for indian recipes without wheat, now can enjoy puris throughly. Thank you, thank you thank you so much!!

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  14. That looks so delicious :) Your blog is awesome.

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  15. Thanks for posting traditional recipes. What is buckwheat in tamil?
    Do anyone know whether it is available in US?
    Latha Sekar

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  16. I havent heard of this buck wheat . Thanks for the information.

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