How to Make Indian food: Puri (unleavened bread)
Puri is and Indian unleavened bread. Puri is fantastic to make to accompany other Indian dishes you have prepared or for any style of cuisine. You can use the convenience of a tortilla maker to make a puris very fast and easily.
Ingredients * two cups whole wheat flour * four tbs. vegetable oil * 1/2 tsp. salt (or per taste) * 3/4 cup warm water * two cups vegetable oil for frying puries edit Steps 1. Prepare a plate with a paper towel on it for cooked puries. 2. In a bowl, mix whole wheat flour, vegetable oil & salt, mix well using fingers. 3. Slowly add about 3/4 cups warm water, just enough to form a firm dough and knead till smooth. 4. Divide into small balls about golf-ball size, and roll out into 3" rounds on an oiled board. 5. Heat vegetable oil for frying, in a wok or kadhai (special Indian utensil for deep frying). 6. Add a little salt to the oil to keep it from smoking. 7. Fry the puri one at a time, holding them under the oil on the first side until they puff. 8. Turn and fry until light brown & place on paper-toweled dish to absorb excess oil.