This is one of the most popular dishes across India. It doesnt really matter whether you’re in the North or South. Almost every family and restaurant will have this combination on the menu.
- Boil the potatoes, peel and mash, and set aside.
- Peel and cut the onions into halves. Chop finely length-wise.
- In a wok, put in a tsp of oil and add the tadka.
- Once the tadka starts popping, add the onions and cook till well-done. Stir intermittently.
- Once the onions have browned nicely, add chopped chillies
- Stir for 2 minutes, or till the chillies have slightly lightened up in colour.
- Add the curry leaves, and the mashed potatoes on top of it.
- Add the salt and turmeric, and mix well. Ensure there are no lumps of potatoes left.
- Cook for 2 minutes.
- Take off the flame and add the lemon juice. Mix well and serve hot.
- Mix the salt and atta well, add water and knead into a soft dough.
- Once done, separate the dough into small balls.
- Take some atta into another plate for dusting the puris.
- Flatten the dough ball slightly and cover with atta. Roll into small disks. Keep patting with atta when needed, to ensure the disks dont sticks to rolling plate.
- In a large wok, heat oil for deep frying.
- Once the oil has heated up well, gently put in one puri. The puri will puff up. An improperly rolled puri will not puff up properly.
- Flip over in the oil to ensure the other side has also browned.
- With a pair of tongs, pull up from the oil and drain along the wall of the wok. Once dry, put into the serving bowl.
The puri-kura is best served hot.