Vrat wali Poori is a traditional dish to eat while fasting. India is a country where large no. of people perform fasts in the name of devotion. There are apparently plenty of varieties of food to eat during the fast. Vrat wali Poori is one of them, it is also known as Farali Poori.
Here is step by step easy recipe to make Farali Poori along with pictures for making it easier to understand it. Serving it along with special coriander dip made for fasting.
Mix a cup of arrowroot with a ½ cup of hung curd in a bowl.
Mix a 1/2 tbsp of Sendha salt, a 1/2 tbsp of coarsely ground back pepper and a 1/2 tbsp of cumin seed to it.
Knead the stiff dough.
After kneading it, cover and keep it aside to set for 10 minutes.
Mash the dough after 10 minutes.
Preheat clarified butter in a wok.
Divide dough into the smaller sized lumps to prepare the pooris.
Take a dough lump, roll to make a round ball and flatten it.
Spread some arrowroot on the rolling board and expand it using a rolling pin.
Add expanded Poori to the heated oil.
Press with a ladle to expand it.
Flip and fry it from both sides until Golden Brown on medium flame.
Drain out the fried Poori, place it on a plate and fry all the Pooris likewise.
Dahi Falahari Poori is ready to be served.
- The quantity of arrowroot depends on the hung curd. If the hung curd is too thick then the lesser quantity of arrowroot is required.
- Apply the lesser amount of pressure on the Poori for avoiding it from splitting.
- Arrowroot - 1 cup (150 gms)
- Hung Curd - ½ cup
- Sendha Salt - ½ tsp
- Black Pepper - ½ tsp (coarsely Ground)
- Ghee - for frying
- - The dough is required to prepare Dahi Falahari pooris. Take ½ cup of hung curd in a bowl along with a 1 cup of arrowroot and mix them properly.
- - Add ½ tbsp of Sendha salt,1/2 tbsp of coarsely grounded back pepper, ½ tbsp of cumin seeds and mix all the Ingredients properly.
- - Knead the dough as a regular dough of Poori.
- - Cover and keep the dough aside for 10 minutes.
- - After 10 minutes, the dough has set.
- - Knead the dough for more 3-4 minutes.
- - Preheat Ghee to fry Poori.
- - Divide the dough into the smaller sized lumps to prepare the pooris.
- - Take a dough lump, roll to make a round ball and flatten it.
- - Spread some arrowroot on the rolling board and expand it usig a rolling pin.
- - Place the expanded Poori in the heated Ghee to fry.
- - Press poori with the ladle to expand it.
- - Flip and fry it from both the sides until Golden Brown on the medium flame.
- - Drain out the fried Poori and place it on a plate.
- - Fry all Poori in the same way.
- - Dahi Falahari Poori is ready to be served.
- - Dahi Falahari pooris can be served with fasting green coriander dip.