If you are even remotely acquainted to the Indian bread basket, the puri will not need an introduction. But for the uninitiated, a puri is a form of deep fried Indian flatbread bread made using a wheat-flour dough that puffs up after frying the bread sees a number of variations depending upon the occasion, cuisine, region, and other factors. One such variation is the palak puri.
Palak stands for spinach, so the palak puri is the classic puri but with pureed spinach kneaded into the dough. The final result is a vibrant green puri that tastes like a million bucks, whether had with other condiments like curd and pickle and vegetables or as is. Find the recipe to the delicious palak puri below.
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