You have no idea how your little provocationhas unsettled my taste buds for the past week. I have been craving each day for those hot, oily floating balloons from the day you posted themat the Mad Tea party!
Clicking on any random blog on the Food Blog Desam made matters worse. I found myself drooling and ogling at all those sinful puris.
I decided to end my suffering, got up early (inspite of this being a weekend). I did not want anything to come between me and my puris (read my little one). I got up with this ‘Duniya ki koi takat muzhe puri banana se rok nahi sakti’ attitude. (too lengthy to translate in english)
At once I knew, that the sagoo (my mother-in-law’s recipe) would be the right companion to my Puris.
When I inserted the first rolled out round disc into the hot oil my happiness knew no bounds! I felt like a child who was given a bunch of balloons-when the first reddish- brown oily balloon started floating on the oil- gleaming at me, urging me to be eaten!
Thank you Anita, I had almost forgotten how these soft, hot, homemade puris tasted.. pure bliss – I can’t even remember the last time I made them.
With lots of Puris and Sagoo
Puri, Sagoo and Punjabi,Red Chili Pickle for the Puri-Bhaji party
For the gravy: