Keema Pooris With Potato Keema Curry


Hello and welcome everyone to my corner. Today I am going to share a tasty breakfast dish of Keema Pooris With Potato Keema Curry. Its really spicy with lots of flavors and can be an ideal idea for some yummy desi breakfast. Simply fab!!! So let’s start with it—


For the keema batter:-

  1. Chicken Keema-200 gms
  2. Onions-1
  3. Ginger-Garlic Paste-1 tsp
  4. Coriander Powder-1 tsp
  5. Red Chilly Powder-1 tsp
  6. Chicken Masala-1 tsp
  7. Vegetable Oil-2 tbsp
  8. Salt-According to taste

For the Pooris:-

  1. Refined Flour-250 gms
  2. Salt-According to taste
  3. Vegetable Oil-2 tbsp
  4. Vegetable Oil-For deep frying


Step 1

Take refined flour in a bowl. Add 2 tbsps of oil, salt and baking powder to it. Make a dough of it adding water. Chop onions, green chilies finely.

Step 2

DSC03119.jpgTo make the keema batter, take a pan. Add oil. Now add in the chopped onions and green chilies. Fry for a minute and add ginger-garlic paste. Fry again and add the spices and add tomato puree. Fry again for two minutes and add the chicken keema. Fry it for five minutes till done.

Step 3

To make the dish, heat a heavy-bottomed kadhai and add sufficient oil in it. Make small poories out of the dough we made earlier. Fill it with the keema mixture. Fry it in oil till lightly browned. Drain on tissue paper.

Our Keema Stuffed Pooris are done. Serve them hot.



  1. Potato-3
  2. Chicken Keema-200 gms
  3. Onions-2
  4. Ginger-Garlic Paste-1 tsp
  5. Turmeric Powder-1 tsp
  6. Red Chilly Powder-1 tsp
  7. Cumin Powder-1 tsp
  8. Garam Masala-1 tsp
  9. Tomato Puree-1 tbsp
  10. Salt-According to taste
  11. Water-For the gravy


Step 1

Wash, peel, boil and cut the potatoes in large pieces. Chop the onions finely.

Step 2


Take a pan. Add oil to it. Add chopped onions in it. Fry for a minute. Add the ginger-garlic paste and fry for half a minute. Now add the spices. Then add tomato puree. Fry again and add keema. Fry for three minutes and add water for the gravy. Simmer for ten minutes on medium flame.

Our Potato Keema Curry is done. Serve with pooris.

Friends do try the recipe at home. Share your comments and feedback. Have a great week everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!





Sweet Pooris


Hello and welcome dear friends once again. Today I’m sharing with you a very simple recipe of making sweet pooris, generally to be had in breakfast but can be had at other times also. These are filled with a sweet semolina batter and you can fry them in ghee also for better results. They are crispy, crunchy and tasty enough. So let’s try making them—


  1. Refined Flour – 500 gms.
  2. Semolina – 250 gms.
  3. Sugar – 150 gms.
  4. Cardamom powder – 1 tsp.
  5. Vegetable Oil – 3 tbsp.
  6. Vegetable oil – For deep frying.
  7. Water – as needed.


Step 1 

To start with, take the given amount of refined flour in a bowl and using water or milk knead it to make a pliable dough.

Step 2 

Take a heavy bottomed karahi and add some vegetable oil or butter into it. When it gets heated add semolina in it. And saute it for five minutes. When semolina starts to get pinkish sprinkle some water on it and switch the gas off. Take care not to burn the semolina. Now add sugar and cardamom powder. You can switch over to sugar-free instead of sugar.

Step 3

Now take small portions of the dough in your hand and fill the portion with semolina mixture as much as possible. Do not overfill them as they may crack. Flatten them to a small sized chapati with a rolling pin.

Step 4

Now heat vegetable oil in a karahi and when it gets hot drop the stuffed pooris in oil and deep fry them till they are slightly browned. Take them out on tissue paper to drain excess oil.

Note point:– The filling of pooris can be done with khoya also instead of semolina.

Our Sweet Semolina Pooris are ready to be enjoyed best with sweet curd or cream.

Do try this recipe at home. Share your comments and feedback and have a rocking week everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!