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    Phulki / Pakorey

    What's the difference between the two?
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    #2
    Re: Phulki / Pakorey

    I believe phulkian are more denser than pakoray. The former soak in yogurt (think dahi baray).

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      #3
      Re: Phulki / Pakorey

      Phulki is romance and pakora is reality. What SRK and Anushka eat in "Rab ne bana di jodi" is phulki and what Modi ji wants youth to sell is pakora. Big difference.
      zoobi doobi

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        #4
        Re: Phulki / Pakorey

        I think phulki is that small thing you put in chaat & pakora is bigger than phulki but with few more ingredients in it.

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          #5
          Re: Phulki / Pakorey

          Phukli is very soft and without any fillings (no onion, green chillies, spinach, potatoes - all these come in pakora). Phulki is customary alongwith Pakora in Karachi only I think! Besan kari has phulkies only!


          Here is a dhahi phulki recipe from Delhi!

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TbI7Hv99ac

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            #6
            Re: Phulki / Pakorey

            Originally posted by Mostar95 View Post
            Phukli is very soft and without any fillings (no onion, green chillies, spinach, potatoes - all these come in pakora). Phulki is customary alongwith Pakora in Karachi only I think! Besan kari has phulkies only!


            Here is a dhahi phulki recipe from Delhi!

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TbI7Hv99ac
            In my region, phulki means gol-gappe which is also known as pani puri, pani batashe and puchka.
            I think the term phulki is made from phoolna/foolna ie swelling. As you see phulka means soft chapati/roti which, we see swells when it is made. So, the term phulki is best suited on gol-gappe
            zoobi doobi

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              #7
              Re: Phulki / Pakorey

              Same is true for phulki - when you do a good batting of your basin and fry it in very hot oil - phukli also swells a lot and become very soft!

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                #8
                Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                Originally posted by Mostar95 View Post
                Phulki is customary alongwith Pakora in Karachi only I think!
                What do you mean? Is pakora called phulki in Karachi?
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                  #9
                  Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                  Originally posted by redvelvet View Post
                  I believe phulkian are more denser than pakoray. The former soak in yogurt (think dahi baray).
                  The first time I came across the word 'pakorey' was on GS. I'd never heard of it before. Initially I thought it was the size which was the difference and later I thought that different regions called it by different names.
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                    #10
                    Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                    Originally posted by tissues View Post
                    I think phulki is that small thing you put in chaat & pakora is bigger than phulki but with few more ingredients in it.
                    Are you referring to boondi?

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                      #11
                      Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                      Originally posted by Anjul View Post
                      In my region, phulki means gol-gappe which is also known as pani puri, pani batashe and puchka.
                      I think the term phulki is made from phoolna/foolna ie swelling. As you see phulka means soft chapati/roti which, we see swells when it is made. So, the term phulki is best suited on gol-gappe
                      : I'd heard gol gappay and pani puri were the same thing but phulki
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                        #12
                        Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                        Originally posted by LP View Post
                        Are you referring to boondi?
                        Yupe

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                          #13
                          Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                          Originally posted by LP View Post
                          What do you mean? Is pakora called phulki in Karachi?
                          No pakora is called pakora there. Phulki is a separate thing - it is made of only basin and spices and not stuffing.

                          One thing phulki swells into similar shapes while pakora gets its shape from the stuffing inside - piyaz, palak, mirch, aalo etc
                          Last edited by Mostar95; Mar 2, 2018, 03:48 PM.

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                            #14
                            Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                            Originally posted by Mostar95 View Post
                            No pakora is called pakora there. Phulki is a separate thing - it is made of only basin and spices and not stuffing.

                            One thing phulki swells into similar shapes while pakora gets its shape from the stuffing inside - piyaz, palak, mirch, aalo etc
                            What would Besan, onion, coriander and spices be called? Phulki or pakora?
                            (no potato, palak etc)
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                              #15
                              Re: Phulki / Pakorey

                              Originally posted by LP View Post
                              What would Besan, onion, coriander and spices be called? Phulki or pakora?
                              (no potato, palak etc)

                              pakora

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