Onion                                             - 1 medium 

Boiled Potato                              -  2

Grated Carrot                             -  1

Green Peas                                   -  1/4 cup

Green chilli                                  -  1 

Ginger & Garlic paste              -  2 tsp

Turmeric powder                      -  1/2 tsp

chilli powder                               -  1/2 tsp

Coriander powder                     -  1/2 tsp

Garam masala powder            -  1/2 tsp

Green coriander leaves            -  2 tbsp

Salt                                                   - to taste

Vegetable oil                                -  2 tbsp

Lemon                                             -  1/2 

Take a pan add oil to it. Add onion and saute it till it turns translucent.

Add ginger & garlic saute well.

Then add turmeric powder, chilli powder,coriander powder, garam masala powder and mix well.

Now add carrot, green peas and mashed potato and mix well. Let it cook for 5 more mins.

Make it a dry mix,turn off. 

Add chopped coriander leaves and squeeze the lemon  and mix well.



All purpose flour                         - 300 g

Luke warm water                       - 1/2 cup 

Vegetable oil                                - 1 tbsp

Salt                                                   - 1/2 tsp


All purpose flour                         - 150g

Butter                                               - 100g

Mix and knead water dough till smooth, elastic and not sticky. Divide into two portions.

For oil dough, rub butter into flour till it mixes well. Continue kneading till the dough comes together and divide into 2 balls.

Flatten each of the water dough and wrap one oil dough in it [you have to flatten the water dough then keep the oil dough inside and wrap just the wrap puran inside the dough]. Seal well.

Place one ball of dough on a well floured surface and shape the dough into a flat rectangular shape before rolling it.

Roll [spread] the dough as thinly as possible while trying to keep the rectangular shape equal

Place the rolled out sheet vertically and make sure the surface is well floured. start rolling the dough upwards, slowly and tightly. You will get a long spiral rope.

Flatten the rope and start rolling out into a thin rectangular sheet.

Again with the dough sheet vertically placed, roll it upwards, making sure it is very tight and secure.

With a  knife, slice the rolled dough.Then it to small small round disc or chappathi.

Roll out each discs gently and fill it with 2 tsp of fillings. Seal it well.

Deep fry in oil for till golden brown.

Your spiral curry puff is ready to taste.

Serve it will Tomato ketchup........