Farali Poori | How to make Rajgira Ki Poori for Vrat

Farali Poori

Farali Poori or Fasting Pooris made with Rajgira Atta is a popular dish made during fasting season in North Indian. These Vrat dishes are rightly balanced to manage through the fasting period. While different grains are used to make Vrat Dishes, I used Rajgira Atta to make Pooris. Since its Gluten free grain, I used […]

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Ellu Holige | Til Poli from Udupi

Ellu Holige is a sweet flatbread made with Sesame, jaggery filling stuffed in a Maida flatbread. It is another variant of the Puran Poli where the stuffing is normally chana dal. While Ellu Holige or Til Poli is quite popular in the southern states, I chose to use this version as I wasn’t able to […]

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Dhapate from Maharashtra

Dhapate

Dhapate is a multigrain roti from Maharashtra and is made by mixing all the grain flour along with spices and vegetables. The first time when I read it, I thought this will be an excellent roti to enjoy and it is healthy too as we will be including so many different grains. This is almost […]

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Choorie Ka Parantha from Uttar Pradesh

Choorie Ka Parantha

Choorie Ka Parantha or Churi Paratha is a flatbread from Uttar Pradesh, where powdered Split Yellow Moong dal is soaked in water and then mixed with Atta with spices to make a flaky paratha similar to Warqi Paratha. My initial choice was Chotha, that I had bookmarked from Vaishali. However, since I was looking for […]

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Bedai | Dal Stuffed Pooris from Bihar

Bedai

Bedai is a stuffed poori made with a mix of soaked moong and Urad Dal. It is fried until crispy and served with a spicy Aloo Sabji. This is a popular Indian Street Food, sold by the street vendors. Bedai is a breakfast dish, made in the different North Indian States. Its a popular dish […]

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Angakar Roti | Rice Roti from Chhattisgarh

Angakar Roti

Angakar Roti is a breakfast dish made in Chhattisgarh, using the staple flour of the region. The simplest version of this flatbread is made with just rice flour along with spices. Rice flour Roti tastes delicious with spice side dish. When we had done the Indian Food Odyssey, were we cooked alphabetically from each Indian […]

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Pizza Paratha | How to make Stuffed Pizza Paratha

For the second day of thinking about Brunch Ideas for Kids for Week 1 of BM#64, I felt nothing meets the nod more than these Pizza Parathas. This is your typical fusion dish that one ends up making having kids at home. They end up demanding always for interesting dishes. Nothing of the regular ever interests them and […]

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Upwas Puran Poli | How to make Potato Puran Poli

Upwas Puran Poli – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are beginning the final week of this Mega Marathon on a Journey through the cuisines. I had opted to make AtoZ on Maharastrian Sweets. Today’s alphabet is U. I had a choice of making Ukadiche Modak or Undre for Ganesh Chaturthi. However when I checked on […]

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Ratale Poli | How to make Sweet Potato Roti

Ratale Poli – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets We are on the 18th alphabet, R and I had a choice of making dishes like Ratalyacha Sheera (Sweet Potato Halwa), Ravyachi Kheer (Rawa Kheer), Rava Besan Vadi and Ratale Poli. I could’ve gone ahead with Ratalyacha Sheera, however, I wanted to make another halwa, I wanted […]

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Khavyachi Poli | How to make Khavyachi Satori

Khavyachi Satori – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets For the 11th day of doing this Journey through the Cuisines, I picked up to do Khavyachi Poli / Khavyachi Satori / Khava Poli / Mawa Roti. This is a rich shahi type of roti that’s made with a stuffing of Khova/ Mawa mixed with Dry Nuts. […]

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