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Mango puri

juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread

the mango mania has just begun and this time it is time for juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread. mango in a puri. this is a double whammy, isn’t it? mangoes are a universal favourite and when you add them to puri which is as relished, makes it a delectable and drool-worthy dish. wow your family in these lockdown days with this juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread

just a simple dough of wheat flour and pureed mangoes, spiked with cardamom powder. roll into small discs and deep-fry. isnt it so simple for these yummy mango puri | deep fried mango bread. serve at breakfast, tea time or anytime is a good time. mangoes are in season, only for a short period so make the most of them. mango puris can even be served at parties as mangoes are loved by all.

i usually do not like to mix my sweet and savoury food and never liked sweet and sour dishes too but i am in love with this combo of mango puris which i serve with a guava and mint chutney.

how do i describe the taste?

well!! it is ambrosial, delectable, mouth-watering, heavenly, savoury, deliciously divine. phew!!

juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread is a sweet twist to the regular puri we make. the mango puree gives a lovely golden yellow colour and surprisingly only a mild sweetness to the puri. you can eat mango puri as it is or with chutney, dip or even curry of your choice. it goes well with anything. i had it with fresh mango pickle a friend gave me and fresh guava chutney. recipe for guava chutney is here.

 

recipe for juicy mango puri |Banganpalli mangoes deep-fried mango bread

INGREDIENTS

1 cup wheat flour

1/3 cup mango puree

1/4 tsp cardamom powder

salt to taste

water according to the dough

oil to fry

METHOD

Dough for juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread

firstly, take a wide bowl, add the wheat flour. make a well in the center and add the mango puree. sprinkle the cardamom powder and salt.

first, crumble the puree and flour .then, bind together. if it is too hard then add a spoon or two of water to make a smooth dough.

set aside to rest for 30 mins. the puri will puff up more if the dough is allowed to rest longer.

the dough should not be very soft. but if it is, and you are unable to roll the puris, dust a little plain flour on the rolling pin so that you can roll comfortably.

next, make small balls with the dough and roll into small discs. you can even apply oil on the balls to make the rolling easy.

meanwhile, heat oil in a frying pan. check if it is heated well but not smoking hot.

keep the heat on medium and add one disc at a time.

you can add more if you have a large enough frying pan and can handle frying them fast. adjust the flame so that the puri puffs up just right.

the puri will rise and then if you press a perforated ladle, the puri will puff up nicely. flip it over for even frying.

cook until golden on both sides. drain on a paper towel.

serve the juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread hot with pickle or curry.

i served it with fresh guava and mint chutney and the combo was an explosion of subtle flavours in mouth.

juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread

Mango puri with jam

you should try out this mango puri | deep-fried mango bread before the season ends.

one of my best desserts is this natural tasting mango jelly

if you are looking for more mango recipes then check out these

mango cheese cake

mango popsicles

mango-yoghurt pudding

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aam panna or raw mango drink-summer drink

rich creamy custard with mango slices

mango juice-king of juices/summer drinks

mango ice-cream

juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread
juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread
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juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread
juicy mango puri | deep-fried mango bread
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Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. firstly, take a wide bowl, add the wheat flour. make a well in the center and add the mango puree. sprinkle the cardamom powder and salt.
  2. first, crumble the puree and flour .then, bind together. if it is too hard then add a spoon or two of water to make a smooth dough.
  3. set aside to rest for 30 mins. the puri will puff up more if the dough is allowed to rest longer.
  4. the dough should not be very soft. but if it is, and you are unable to roll the puris, dust a little plain flour on the rolling pin so that you can roll comfortably.
  5. next, make small balls with the dough and roll into small discs. you can even apply oil on the balls to make the rolling easy.
  6. meanwhile, heat oil in a frying pan. check if it is heated well but not smoking hot.
  7. keep the heat on medium and add one disc at a time.
  8. you can add more if you have a large enough frying pan and can handle frying them fast. adjust the flame so that the puri puffs up just right.
  9. the puri will rise and then if you press a perforated ladle, the puri will puff up nicely. flip it over for even frying.
  10. cook until golden on both sides. drain on a paper towel.
  11. serve the mango puri | deep-fried mango bread hot with pickle or curry.
  12. i served it with fresh guava and mint chutney and the combo was an explosion of flavours in the mouth.
  13. you should try out this mango puri | deep-fried mango bread before the season ends.
Recipe Notes

1.as the cardamom powder is very little you can add a little sugar and it becomes easier to powder.

2. Adjust the heat of the oil and keep to medium

3. if you want sweeter puris then you can add some powdered sugar to the dough but go easy on the sugar as it could make your puris burn.

Mango Puri

Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of a reputed national newspaper. I rediscovered my best subject at school and began writing with gusto. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. I started off writing about Interiors and Gardens and later diverse topics like Fashion, trends, food and events in the city. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content. I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has some interesting insights into my life and travels but now it is mainly a food blog as I am growing organic vegetables and cooking my own produce is very therapeutic. Read my blogs to know me better. I write from my heart and what I write is what I feel... I feel a feel, A funny feel A funny feel, feel I! If you feel the feel I feel You'll feel the same as I!!

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Comments 36

  1. Arushi Seth says:

    Wow. Puri and mango!! Two of my favorite things. Never eaten but will love to try. Reading your posts always make me hungry.. Thank you

  2. I can imagine the burst of flavours and this truly must be a tasty dish.

  3. Alpana says:

    ohh..wow..this is a totally new recipe to me. I am sure, the color will be bright orange right. Going to try it soon.

  4. Tina Basu says:

    how nice is this with just the summer setting in! Do you have this with aam ras?

  5. Anagha Yatin says:

    Yum, yum, yum! This is the first time I have heard about Mango puri. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe, just in time for the mango season!
    -Its J for “Jack of All Trades” at https://canvaswithrainbow.com/

  6. Jyoti Jha says:

    Wow, this is so delicious. Never knew Mango and poori could be used together in this way. A must-try!

  7. Anything which is this good – ambrosial, delectable, mouth-watering, heavenly, savoury, deliciously divine – HAS to be tried. I’m no cook, but like the sounds of this. Have you thought about adding a little sentence on what to drink with the recipe?

  8. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    This dish sounds so interesting and I’m sure my son will love it! Going to try it for sure.

  9. Madhu says:

    I make pancakes with mango puree but never a puri. I am going to try this. Interesting recipe.

  10. These look and sound amazingly delicious. Am sure my daughter will really love them.

  11. Simrit Bedi says:

    What a deadly combination Harjeet! I have been tried these together and it looks so scrumptious and mouth watering

  12. PraGun says:

    Mango puri, this is something unique to my ears and eyes.
    And thanks for sharing so many other mango recipe links too.
    I got my first mango of the season today only firstly will enjoy it without mixing with anything but next batch will surely try this recipe.

  13. wow amazing and really a unique recipe, I had not tried something like this before. will surly try this season. my elder one loved mango so much and I m sure she will like it.

  14. Ste says:

    You know what.. the visual actually make me feel hungry and it is very yummy I think. I feel that I might make this some day.

  15. Incredible !!! I mean mango puri?is this possible? kudos to your creativity Harjeet, I didn’t get chance to eat mang of this season, once I will bring this dish is going to be there in my list, my son especially going to like it very much.

  16. Samira Gupta says:

    The idea of Mango Puri itself is so good! And your puris are looking so tempting with a lovely colour. I am sure mango lovers will just freak out seeing this.

  17. Suchita Agarwal says:

    Mango and puri are my keywords πŸ˜€

  18. Hi harjeet. You have written this post in simple and easy language. I love mangoes.

    Regarding the analysis you asked, I saw that you have enough headings sort of text, but wasn’t able to confirm that as I’m not having the script to this post. Also you have good number of images which is good, but do you add an image description or alt description?
    Apart from this in the initial analysis I see that most of it looks good. Also, I might have to look at the script of your post to understand the layout, pattern and much more. So I might not give you a complete analysis for this, but mostly it’s good as I see.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks Sundeep for the detailed insight.Yes, I do add image and alt description.Will surely contact u after the challenge πŸ™‚

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