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Gluten Free Puri

These are a traditional Indian bread, perfect with Chilli Paneer or Dal. A great alternative to rice. This recipe is gluten free. It taste great and is a nice light texture, though it doesn't always puff as much a wheat Puri.

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Ingredients

1 cup buckwheat (GF)

1 cup brown rice flour (GF)

½ cup gram flour (GF)

½ cup tapioca flour (GF)

½ tsp salt

1-1½ cup water

1 tbs melted butter or gee

oil for frying

Method

Mix ingredients in a bowl adding the water slowly until you have a dough.

Heat oil in a pan.

Knead dough and make into ping pong ball sized balls.

Pat the dough balls into flat circles using the heal of your hand. Use a little tapioca flour to stop it sticking.

Fry the Puri one at a time, turn after 10-15 sec.

Place cooked puri on kichen towel.

Eat them fresh.

 

Added by: Andrew Pomphrey


Tags: Bread Flatbreads Gluten Free

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