Travel India from north to south or from the east coast to the west, everywhere you go, you’ll get fine wheat puris for breakfast. Puris are generally accompanied by potato bhaji, kurma, stew or fish curry. Puri is the chief item on the North Indian thali or lunch plate. Puris are healthy as they are generally prepared using wholesome wheat flour, though a few people do use refined white wheat flour as well. They are deep-fried either in any cooking oil of your choice or in ghee (clarified butter). For this recipe, I have supplemented whole wheat flour with fine wheat semolina to give extra crispiness and taste to the skin of the puri. Do make and enjoy!