Khaddhu Puri

Preparation Time: 10mins

Cooking Time: 15mins

Serving: 2 persons

Bottle guard          small
Baking Powder     1 tsp
Cooking Oil         sufficient for deep fry
Corriander Leaves bunch
Cumin Powder       1 tsp
Ginger                    small piece
Green Chillies         5     (thai chiilies taste better. 3 can be added according to spice level)
Kasoor Methi         to taste
Onion                     medium
Rice Flour              1 and half cup
Salt                        2 tsp


  • Peel off the bottle guard and grate it finely. 
  • Once done with grating, slightly squeeze the grated bottle guard just to remove excess water(Do not squeeze too hard). Set it aside. 
  • Chop the green chillies, onion, ginger, corriander leaves very finely. 

  • Add the chopped ingredients and mix well with the above dough. 
  • Add the rice flour to the grated bottle guard according to the consistency to make dough similar to poori dough. 

  • Pour sufficient oil into the frying pan and let it get heated. 
  • Make small dumplings(like you make for puri) and press them upto puri size on a ziploc bag/plastic bag. Slowly place the puri into the heated oil and let it fry by tilting both sides until light brown.(you can fry even more than one puri at a time basing on ur pan size.) 
  • Take out of the oil and serve it hot with Ginger chutney. 
  • Might be a litle bit tricky for first time, bcoz, if u leave the mixture of grated bottle guard and rice flour for long time, it might become watery;

PS : Do not add any water as it becomes very loose and u can not make dumplings accordingly;

Hurray! My new Kitchen Blog

Heyyy Dear friends,
    I've started couple of other blogs but they all looks empty upto this point; bcoz, i'm not a good blogger ;). and my friend chandana, suggested me to start a new blog to post all the recipes i know; this is a very good idea as i like to try new recipes and would like to share my recipes to whomever interested; my blog might be a good start for even the newly married ladies who would have some difficulty to catch up with the kitchen in the first days.
     Ladies, please do post me your suggestions regarding my blog; I would be waiting eagerly to start the blog with good number of recipes. Last but not the least, thank you chandana, for giving me good idea of starting a kitchen blog :-)