Poori, the Indian bread!
250 grams Flour
5 tablespoon vegetable oil
Pinch of salt
150 ml water – as needed
Vegetable oil for frying
1- On your working table, or in a large bowl, place the flour, salt, and vegetable oil and combine well until you get sandy texture.
2- Make a hole at the center and add a little bit of water inside it. Mix the flour with the water.
3- Keep adding the water little by little and keep kneading the dough until you get hard dough.
4- Get each side of the dough to the center until you get a ball.
5- Wrap the dough ball in a plastic wrap and let it rest for 15 minutes.
6- Roll the dough into a cylindre of 3 cm diametre, then cut it into small portions using a knife.
7- Take each portion and flatten it between your palms, then by using a rolling pin, make a round circle of 2 mm thickness.
8- Heat some vegetable oil in a deep pan until fully hot. Fry the pooris, one at the time, for about 20 seconds until it puffs up. Once you removed the pooris from the oil, place them on paper towel to absorb the excess oil.
9- Serve hot beside channa masala.