Murauri (radish poori)

There is a saying that spicy food leads longer life; chili pepper is used to spice up food in most of Asian countries, Africa and Latin America and it entered the Indian cuisine in the 16th century with bang.

‘Murauri (radish poori)’ is the recipe from country kitchen from Bihar in which rice flour kneaded with cooked hot chopped radish along with fresh green chili and ginger pieces.

It can be served as breakfast, and can be served with tea, as per your choice.

Ingredients:

  • Rice flour (chawal ka Aata): 200gm.
  • Muli (radish): 100-150gm.
  • Green chili: 2 no.
  • Ginger: 2” piece
  • Salt: 1 teaspoon
  • Ajawine (Carom seed): 1 teaspoon
  • Kalonji (nigella seed): ¼ teaspoon

Preparation:

  1. Chop radish, ginger and chili, boil/ microwave along with half cup of water, keep aside.
  2. Take a wide vessel; put Aata, Ajwain, green chili, ginger and salt, add boiled radish in small quantity and knead them, if required, put small amount of water till the dough becomes soft; similar to chapatti dough. You can knead this in food processor too; it will be easy, kneading hot by hand is difficult.

Method:

  1. Divide dough into 12-15 parts and make the ball and roll with wet hands till 2-3 inch diameter circle as shown in the photo.
  2. Heat oil in a pan on maximum flame (to check if oil is ready or not, put a little piece of dough in the oil; it should come up slowly; otherwise wait for a while and test again. Deep fry all poori in batches on high flame, after they start to puff slowly turn over.
  3. Fry till it becomes golden brown; mouth watering Murauri (radish poori) is ready to serve with afternoon tea.
Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Ingredients

Ingredients

Chop radish

Chop radish

boil

boil

making dough

making dough

making dough

making dough

dough

dough

roll with wet hands

roll with wet hands

Deep fry

Deep fry

Deep fry

Deep fry

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

Murauri (radish poori)

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