Buckwheat Poori (Fried Indian Bread)
On fasting days, Hindu tradition does not allow taking any cereals, lentils and ordinary salt. Therefore, traditional fasting food, known as 'vrat ka khana', has to find alternative ways of making staple food like poori and parathas. Kotu is one such non-cereal or pseudo-cereal flour and it is used to make parathas, poories and pakoras for an end of fast meal in India. Serves 5-6
To print this recipe, open our printer-friendly version in a new browser window. Once you have printed the recipe, close the new window to return to this page.
If you have any comments or questions about this recipe, please post them to our Discussion Board, including the recipe name.
Content copyright ©2001-2017 Mamta Gupta and F² Limited. (All rights reserved. No copying without permission.)
Layout and design ©2001-2017 F² Limited. (All rights reserved. No copying without permission.)
Hosted by Clook Internet
All comments and queries to firstname.lastname@example.org