I am in love with Quinoa and trying to add this in almost anything possible and with the onset of Holi, this seems a healthy way to start this year's festivities. Presenting Quinoa Puran Poli. By the way, I’m on a mission to get healthy this year and I'm going to rock it, for sure.
When I mentioned that I'm making Quinoa Puran Polis, my friend suggested using a mix of Oats Powder and Atta to make the dough. I did not try this for the Puran Poli but I made regular roti and I loved them. I served the hot Puran with ghee to Inara and took a small bite (sigh).
Quinoa after cooking gives a nice bite and my god I love it. Adding nuts powder and saffron to the Puran is optional, I did not because this was my first time making Puran Polis.
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