As soon as the name of Puri (Puri) came, the mouth water must have come. Poori, as well as a combination of spicy potato-roasted vegetables and jalebi, is a favorite of every Indian. So today, we will talk about puri-vegetable. In every corner of the country, different names are eaten whole. So first of all, tell us that Puri-vegetable or Puri-Bhaji is an Indian food. It is also mentioned in the scriptures. A wedding or a birthday, lunch or dinner party cannot be a feast without a puri. Poori are made differently in different places and their names are also changed on the basis of this.
Puri is a traditional Indian food and originated in India. This is the most commonly eaten food of a cooked kitchen in India. It is also served as a prasad in puja recitation. The full name derives from the Sanskrit word Purika.
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There are many uses to make puri. Add the parsley, the spinach or fill it inside. It is usually served as a vegetarian food. It is eaten with dry vegetable or wet-juices. Whole breakfast is also very much liked.
The size of the whole is also different in different areas. In North India the whole is mid-sized. But, in some areas including Gujarat and Bengal, it becomes quite small. At the same time, its size is big in Bhojpur area of Bihar-UP. You cannot even imagine the whole of Ballia is so big. It is called Elephant Ear Puri only on the basis of its size.
Somewhere it is called Puri and elsewhere it is called Puri. Along with this, in Bengal it is known as Luchi. It is known by a different name in South India. Also, if made a little differently, there is also a bedlam in North India. You know the rest of Sev Puri and Pani Puri. Actually they are members of the same family.
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In Haridwar or Banaras, there is a tradition of eating whole after bathing the Ganges. It can be seen in both the places that people leave after taking a bath in the Ganges and after that there are queues at the entire shops. Here whole potato is served with vegetable and jalebi is also served. It is a completely satvic food. Garlic and onion are not used in this.