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Puri Sabzi

TSh 9,000

Puri sabzi is a classic North Indian dish consisting of deep-fried bread (puri) served with a flavorful vegetable curry (sabzi). It’s a popular and satisfying combination enjoyed during breakfast or special occasions like festivals and celebrations.

To make puris, a dough is prepared using whole wheat flour (atta), salt, and water. The dough is kneaded until smooth and then rolled into small balls, which are flattened and rolled out into thin discs. These discs are deep-fried until they puff up and turn golden brown, resulting in light and fluffy puris.

For the vegetable curry (sabzi) that accompanies puris, there are various options. One common preparation is aloo sabzi, which features potatoes (aloo) cooked with onions, tomatoes, and spices such as cumin seeds, turmeric, coriander powder, and garam masala. The sabzi is cooked until the potatoes are tender and the flavors are well blended.

Other variations of sabzi that pair well with puris include chana masala (spiced chickpeas), matar paneer (peas and cottage cheese in a tomato-based gravy), or mixed vegetable curry.

Puri sabzi is typically served hot, with puris arranged on a plate alongside a generous serving of vegetable curry. It’s often accompanied by pickles, yogurt (raita), or mango chutney for added flavor.

Puri sabzi is a comforting and indulgent dish that brings together the crispy texture of puris with the flavorful and hearty vegetable curry, making it a favorite among both adults and children.

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