Preparation info
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    • Ready in

      35 min

Appears in
Mowgli Street Food

By Nisha Katona

Published 2018

  • About

Puris are the taste of celebration for my family. They are a similar dough base to the roti bread, but you want a tighter dough and the balls that you will roll are about half the size. They are usually fried in ghee and so are not a bread for daily consumption, instead they are often made for large parties, puja festivals and weddings. The reason for this is that they are much quicker to make, frying in seconds, while rotis are healthier, but require time. The conveyor belt of puri-making