Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe)

A Manipuri style Bread which is fried and made with refined maida flour.

Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe)
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Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) is a Manipuri style Bread which is fried and made with refined maida flour. Manipur is located near the eastern part India that shares the border with Burma. Manipur being one of the seven sister states, the cuisine hailing from Manipur is little different from the rest of north eastern areas. This puri is paired up with any kind of dry preparation as well as gravy dishes to be eaten along with.

Serve the Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) along with sana thongpa or any other curries like Kala Desi Chana Recipe (Brown Chickpea Curry) and Feijoada Recipe (Spicy Goan Black Eyed Peas Stew).

If you are looking for more Indian Bread Recipes here are some: 

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Course: Lunch
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

10 M

Cooks in

15 M

Total in

25 M

Makes:

4 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 cup All Purpose Flour (Maida)
  • 2 tablespoon Hung Curd (Greek Yogurt) , optional
  • Salt , as per your
  • Water , to knead

How to make Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe)

  1. We begin making the Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) by mixing all the ingredients into a bowl.

  2. Make small balls out of the dough and dust the rolling table with flour and flatten the puris with the rolling pin. See to that you make small thick size round out of the dough.

  3. As you have rolled all the dough now, heat a Kadai and add oil. When oil gets heated, gently add a flattened puri.

  4. Using a frying spoon or slotted spoon gently press the puri, put some hot oil on top and move in a circular way.

  5. You will notice that the puri gets puffed and rises up. At this point, turn it to the other side and fry till it turns golden brown. Do not keep the puri in oil for more than 2 Minutes else it will become brittle.

  6. Drain it on kitchen towel. Continue the deep frying process for all the other flattened puris.

  7. Serve the Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) along with sana thongpa or any other curries like Kala Desi Chana Recipe (Brown Chickpea Curry) and Feijoada Recipe (Spicy Goan Black Eyed Peas Stew).

Manipuri Style Tan Ngang Recipe (Refined Flour/Maida Indian Puri Recipe) is part of the North Eastern Recipe Contest

Last Modified On Friday, 24 March 2017 15:34
     
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