Achari Masala Poori/ Mango Achari Masala Puri

Achari Masala Poori/ Mango Achari Masala Puri

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There is an idiom in English ‘Time flies’…, that’s totally correct. Few months back there was discussion going on among all the blogging marathoners about September mega marathon and here it is… September Mega Marathon

If you are regular at my blog, You must be aware of by now that I regularly take part in blogging marathon. In a year there are two mega marathons… In April and September, where all the participants have to post everyday except Sundays under a theme. This time in September mega marathon, Valli has given three themes which include

  1. A to Z Indian flat breads (excluding dosa, crepes and pancakes)
  2. A to Z International flat breads
  3. A to Z Indian breads (includes dosa, crepes and pancakes)

I selected Indian flatbreads as for a long time I have been planning to do some posts on flatbreads, but that always takes a back seat. So this was like an opportunity for me.

For the last two months, I was very busy due to some of my family commitments. I couldn’t plan to take part in this mega marathon, though I wanted to. So I didn’t sign for it but somehow my I was feeling very bad for not participating. Yesterday, I had a casual talk with Valli about it and expressed my desire to take part in it. I knew that it won’t be possible as neither I had signed in for marathon nor had I made any preparations for it. Not even the list. To my surprise, she agreed to allow me to be a part of it on the condition that I’ll be regular in my posts…. Omg! I couldn’t believe for a while. Gave a second thought…. Will I be able to do?? Then decided to do it…. Vaise bhi,I do most of my things last minute 😁😁.

So here I’m…… Kick starting this month’s mega marathon with A for Achari Masala Poori.

Sometimes back, I attended a brunch at one of my friend’s house, who is from Rajasthan. They had arranged a cook especially from Rajasthan for preparing that scrumptious and elaborate brunch that was hosted to celebrate her daughter’s wedding. As I’m very fond of Rajasthani food, so loved whatever was served. Among many other things, I enjoyed the achari masala poori alot. Since my Sunday breakfast is mostly pooris, so I have made this achari masala poori a number of times since then.

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Achari masala poori

For making this poori, I use leftover mango pickle masala. That way my masala also gets used up. I just add the pickle and salt to the whole wheat flour and knead a dough. Since it already has lot of spices and oil in it, so there is no need to add anything extra in it. If you don’t have that masala, then achari masala is available in the market, you may use that also. These pooris are so good that you even don’t need any accompaniment with it and can just enjoy with a cup of hot tea. That makes it ideal to pack in tiffin or carry it along while traveling.

Here is my A lettered post for the day…. Achari Masala Poori.

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Achari Masala Poori/ Mango Achari Masala Puri
Achari masala poori
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 10 min
Passive Time 10 min
Servings
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 10 min
Passive Time 10 min
Servings
Achari masala poori
Instructions
  1. In a large mixing bowl, take whole wheat flour, salt and achari masala.
    Achari masala poori
  2. Rub with the fingers so that masala gets mixed uniformly with the flour.
  3. Knead a semi stiff dough by adding little water at a time. Knead the dough well till it becomes smooth. Cover it and keep aside for 5-10 minutes.
    Achari masala poori
  4. Heat oil in a wok to medium hot for deep frying the pooris.
  5. Pinch out lemon size dough and make ball. Similarly make balls out of whole dough. Roll the balls to make circular discs of about 3 cm diameter.
  6. When the oil is sufficiently hot, slide poori into it and fry till it puffs up and become golden brown in colour. Drain on absorbent paper.
  7. Serve Achari Masala Poori with aloo sabzi, chole or simply with chutney and a cup of hot tea.
    Achari masala poori
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14 thoughts on “Achari Masala Poori/ Mango Achari Masala Puri

  1. Not prepared and participating in Mega Marathon is challenging . Kudos ! And I am loving this Achaari Poori , I am drooling over the name itself and feel like indulging in it .

  2. Same case here Ritu. I almost wanted to skip this mega BM but somehow taking part though hardly a handful of dishes are done. These Achari masala pooris look so good and going the ingredients that went into it, it sure sounds flavorful!

  3. Time surely flies!! And I am glad that I have company in doing things last minute 😉 The pooris look so tempting….wish I could grab them right off the screen.
    Love the look and feel of the blog…looks beautiful

  4. Omg, this is ultimate. Achari masala poori rocks. How puffy and cute those pooris looks Ritu. Well done and definitely a wonderful beginning to this month’s marathon. Keep rocking.

  5. That sure is a bold move with no preparation diving into mega bm 🙂 This achari masala puri is a great start to the mega bm. I will be waiting for all your posts if all of them as drool worthy as this 🙂

  6. We are really glad you decided to participate Ritu. I remeber once I did the same. Prepared the dish and blogged on the same day for the whole month. It is quite challenging, but you will do great. These pooris with achar in the dough looks super spicy and delicious..

  7. A nice spicy way to begin the marathon. The puris look so tempting, I want to have a couple with masala tea. I have achari masala and next time I make puris for brunch.. masala will definitely be added to it.

  8. wow I wish if I would be nearby and could grab this all achari masala poori. Looking so crispy, mouthwatering and all puffed up. Can finish them all with one cup of tea. Seriously I am very excited to be in the mega BM. The first time when Srivally had I had to quit in between long back. So now I am feeling great.

  9. Wow those pooris are looking so sinful Ritu. I wish I could grab them right away. It is challenging when you take part without any preparation. You have been going great, I am sure you can manage!

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