May 3, 2013

Bedmi Puri

Bermi Puri or bedmi poori is a popular Indian flat bread in Rajasthan and North India especially in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh which is served as street food with potato curry or pickle. The bermi puri is prepared by mixing plain dough with dals and spices and then deep fried.


This time I prepared bedmi puri, for this we have to prepare dough with semolina and wheat flour and stuffing with moong dal and spices. You can serve hot bedmi puri with Aloo ki sabzi and mango pickle. It’s really delicious and tasty. In our North side, we get this platter as a street food in which includes puri, pickle, raita and aloo ki sabzi. 


Preparation time:  40 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15-20 Minutes
Serving: 6 Puris

Ingredients
For Stuffing
1/2 Cup Yellow Split Gram/ Moong dal
2 Tsp. Ginger
1 Green Chili
2 Tbsp. Coriander Powder
1/4 Tsp. Garam Masala
Salt to taste
1/2 Tsp. Red Chili Powder
Pinch of Asafoetida
For Dough
1 Cup Wheat Flour
1/4 Cup Semolina
1/2 Tsp. Salt
1 Tbsp. Oil
Enough Water
Oil for Deep Frying


Bedmi Puri
Moong Dal Stuffing

Direction
Wash and soak the dal with water for one hour. Grind the dal with green chili and ginger as chunky paste. Combine Paste, spices into separate bowl and mix well. Stuffing is ready.
Combine flour and semolina, salt and oil in large bowl. Mix with fingertips as crumbs. Now add enough water to knead tight and stiff dough. Divide the dough into equal six portions. Roll each portion in round disc form. Keep 1 Tbsp. stuffing and fold the edges. Roll out the each portion of the dough, by using rolling pin and deep fry in oil. Serve hot bedmi puri with aloo ki sabzi.
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21 comments:

  1. Wow.. yummy they look.. :)

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  2. Bookmarked. I am seeing this as a potential lunch box item for kids, especially if we prepare the stuffing and the outer covering in advance.

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  3. Wow! the stuffing sounds so unique and flavorful. I shall have to try it out for my kids for sure!

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  4. Looks Nice, this is a new dish to me.. never heard the name before.

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  5. Lovely pooris! :)
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  6. Oooh La la!
    I have made these, but used Urad Dal with skin for the stuffing. They taste amazing with curd and the special aloo-sabji that is made to go with these!

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  7. I'm posting this one later in the week...like your version also!

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  8. This with aloo ki sabzi.. oh-so-yumm!!!

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  9. interesting stuffing looks delicious.

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  10. heard of these, yet to make them,,I thought only Urad dal paste was used for stuffing :)

    Kalyani
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  11. I always enjoy this bread whenever I make it..very nice..

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  12. mouthwatering.. I can literally smell it.. wow!!

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  13. I made these too recently and loved them.. They are so delicious and filling.

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  14. Bookmarked this in Vaishali's blog.Got to try them out. Nice recipe...

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  15. Love to have this puris any time...Yummo

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  16. i tried these once, but couldn't get the texture right, tough the taste was good!!! yours look perfect

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