Puri, often spelled as poori, is a popular Indian dish and is a deep-fried bread made from unleavened whole-wheat flour. Puri is often served at breakfast along with a range of curries or beans. It is a versatile dish and is also served with sweet dishes. Puri is enjoyed by people of all ages and is a key part of Indian festivities, celebrations, and everyday meals.
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Mix flour and salt in a bowl and then add water slowly to knead into a soft dough.
Rest the dough for 15-20 minutes.
Divide the dough into small portions and roll each portion into a round puri.
Heat oil in a deep frying pan.
When the oil becomes hot, slide the puri from the side of the pan and press it gently with a ladle.
Flip the puri when it puffs up and becomes light brown in color.
Remove the cooked puri and drain excess oil using a paper towel. Serve hot.