Luchai is prepared in near by areas adjoining Agra and Mathura. It is knows as Luchi in Bengal and Orrisa. The difference lies in the style of frying the Luchi between Bengal and Brij.
Bengali Luchi Recipe is white in colour after frying, whereas it is brown in Brij. In bengal it is served with Dry Potato Brinjal Recipe and in Brij it is served with Aloo Masala Curry. In Chandni Chowk, Luchi is served in some old shops with Sooji Halwa. Luchi is prepares in the similar way as we prepare a simple poori, but the slight difference is that it is made of maida and is small in size. Come lets make Luchi Poori Recipe for the breakfast today.
Bedmi poori and nagori poori are one of the special pooris served for breakfast. Smaller in size, puffy nagori poori can be served with aloo masala sabzi and sooji halwa. Special biscuit flavor of nagori poori will be liked by you all.
Banana puri or Mangalore buns which appear like puri and are spongy with little sweetness have a very unique and special taste. Serve during supper or enjoy eating with chutney or kasundi, you will like it in both ways.
If you wish to make bhatura’s instantly and don’t have time to mix yeast or baking soda and keep it for fermenting. Then mix potatoes in maida and make aloo bhatura’s. you and your family will love this recipe.
Dhebra can be prepared either by frying in a Kadhai (like puri) or on a Tawa (like parantha). Whichever seems easier you can follow that particular method to prepare Gujarati Methi Dhebra.
Green Methi(Fenugreek leaves) and Bajra(millet) flour is available in the market during winters. If you can not find green Methi then you can replace it with Kasoori Methi. Do make this appetizing dish this winter season.
Bedmi Poori is the most preferable breakfast recipe in not only Delhi - Agra, but also in Brij Anchal. Somewhere it is made with Moong dal, and in some places Urad dal is used to prepare Bedmi Poori. You can serve Bedmi Poori to your guests and Kitty Party girls. Lets make Bedmi Poori as a special Sunday recipe.
Pumpkin Poori can be salty as well as sweet. The salty pumpkin poori is as soft as a normal poori but tastes like a kachori. If you want to prepare special kind of poori on festivals and special occasions, then you can make hot and crispy Red Pumpkin Masala Poori.