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Palak Puri

Palak Puri

Today I'm blogging Palak Puri recipe though almost everyone knows how to make palak puri but I thought never mind I shall still blog it. The pictures are not very nice cause I clicked them in very much hurry and couldn't manage to click the picture of Alu Sabji as everyone dig it once it was ready :-( But the good thing was everyone ate to heart content ...first my Sis was keep saying I mashed the potato too much for the sabji and the alu sabji has become somewhat like alu stew ;p but when the final product came ..everyone appreciate it and finished it with no puri or sabji left !

From my childhood this version of palak puri only I have seen in my house but my mom use to make these only on any special occasion; any festival/birthdays or if any guest is coming at home and serve the green colour puris and sure everyone always ask wow what it is made of?

Here is the same version but my mom's palak puri use to be very dark green colours one which I use to love it.

Wheat flour - 2cups
Palak/Spinach - 1bunch
Salt - to taste
Ginger - a small piece
Green chili - 3-4
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tps
Oil - for frying


1. Clean the palak and blanch it in boiling water for 5mins along with ginger and green chilies.
2. Make a fine paste of blanch palak, now add the cumin and little water if required.
3. Make dough with wheat flour, salt and palak paste.

4. Make small balls of the dough and roll into puri

5. Fry the puri in oil as usual.

6. Our palak puri is ready to eat!
Serve with Aloo Matar Tari or any curry of choice.