Sep 26, 2017

Farali Aloo Poori Buckwheat Poori | Kuttu ki Poori with Farali Aloo ki Sabzi


Kuttu or Buckwheat is one of the grains that is eaten during fasting days. There are varieties of recipes available which you can prepared using buckwheat grain or buckwheat flour. Buckwheat poori is made by buckwheat flour combine with boiled potatoes because flour is gluten free. Even you can serve these pooris with curd and farali aloo ki sabji.






To make farali aloo ki sabzi, cook boiled potatoes with tomatoes, chilies, salt and pepper. Its very simple and quick recipe which you can eat during fasting days with poori, khichdi or samak rice.


Buckwheat is 72% carbohydrates, including 10% dietary fiber, 3% fat and 13% protein.

Buckwheat Poori | Kuttu ki Poori with Farali Aloo ki Sabzi

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 30 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Indian Bread
Cuisine: Farali
Cooking Method: Fried

Ingredients
For Farali Buckwheat Poori
1 Cup Buckwheat Flour
2 Medium Sized Boiled Potatoes
1 Tsp. Green Chilies, Finely Chopped
2 Tbsps. Green Coriander, Finely Chopped
Rock Salt To Taste
Black Pepper Powder to Taste
Oil for Frying

For Aloo ki Sabzi
4 Boiled Potatoes, Peeled and Diced
2 Tomatoes, chopped
2 Green Chilies, Finely Chopped
1 Tsp. Ginger, Finely Chopped
1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
2 Tsp. Ghee
1 Tsp. Coriander Powder
Rock Salt to Taste
Black Pepper Powder to Taste
2 Tbsp. Coriander Leaves, Finely Chopped

Instructions
For Poori
Mash the potatoes and combine with other ingredients except oil. Knead into dough like kachori type.
Heat the ghee or oil in wok, when oil is hot enough.
Make a small balls of dough and roll each into small puris.
Fry each piece of puri in ghee.
 When cooked on one side turn it and cook on other side also until turns light brown.
Serve hot with aloo ki sabji or raita.

For Aloo Ki Sabji
Heat the ghee in wok, add cumin seeds.
When they starts splutter, add ginger and green chilies, saute one minute.
Add chopped tomatoes, pepper powder, coriander powder and salt, saute till to release oil.
Add roughly mashed potatoes and 1 cup water. Cook on low flame till to little thicken.
Remove from the flame, garnish with coriander and serve with poori.

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11 comments:

  1. Poori and aloo subji looks super inviting Preeti. We get rice flour pooris here but I didn't know how they bring together the dough. Adding potato is a nice idea. Let me try it next time..

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  2. What a fantastic combination Preeti..too good..

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  3. Poori looks good with buckwheat flour.. Perfect during this navratri season..

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  4. Loving these navratri vrat recipe series. I have never tried them before and love it. Bookmarking it.

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  5. I love Kuttu Poori and aloo sabzi.Nice combination.

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  6. I love kuttu puri, goes well with aloo sabji. Yummy looking preparation.

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  7. Great fariyali poori and sabzi . Perfect festive combo , aptly chosen for the theme . The whole meal is a tempting one .

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  8. That aloo poori with buckwheat flour looks fantastic! Yummy pick

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  9. Poori and aloo sabzi yum yum. Delicious .

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  10. Wow, aloo poori with buckwheat flour sounds very interesting, and love that deep colour of the poori.

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  11. This is a very interesting and healthy recipe. looks like ragi poori.

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