would say that now I am going mango maniac, who doesnâ€™t love Mangoes â€“ King of Fruits. Even though itâ€™s very hot in summer, these mangoes are the only reason I like summer. Usually my kids like poori to the core and they want me to try it with mangoes and so here comes my todayâ€™s brekkie â€“ Mango Poori. Let me share the recipeâ€¦
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Yield / Serves
Mango â€“ 1 no
Wheat flour â€“ 1 cup
Salt â€“ Â½ tsp
Sugar â€“ 2 tsp (optional)
Oil â€“ for deep frying
Peel, chop the mangoes. Take it in a blender and grind them to a fine paste with 2 tsp of sugar by sprinkling little water.
In a wide mouth bowl, take the wheat flour, salt, pour in ¼ cup of grounded mango pulp and mix them well with your hands.
Roll them all together to a big ball, if needed you can add in mango pulp few more while rolling.
Pour in a tsp of oil and roll them over the oil, let it rest for 5 mins.
Divide the dough to small portions and flatten them using rolling pin.
Heat oil in a kadai, when the oil is hot, gently drop in the flatten dough and cook both sides until they turn golden brown.
Drain the oil and transfer to a plate.
Serve hot. Goes out well as breakfast or tea time snack. We had it for breakfast with Mango Chutney and Mango Pulp.
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