By: Rozina of
Deep fried sweet crispy puris
Filed in Appetizers and Snacks
Serves 1 people
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Very nourishing especially for people who do not like to eat whole eggs. Chidren love this.
on 7/10/2008 5:32:00 PM
Shruti, Rita and Farid are all correct. The gujratis (mostly hindus) make their theplas savory and the Asians, particularly from Africa make theirs sweet and ,yes, they do put eggs in theirs, but I am sure that if you added a little more raising agent or vegetable shortening to substitute for the eggs, they would turn out just as delicious.
on 4/19/2008 7:45:00 AM
Your name is quite correct. My mum is 85 and she still makes thepla with eggs and I do too. Naam me kya rakha hai jaab khane me maja hai.
on 10/26/2006 9:33:00 AM
As madame shruti had s rightly said thepla cant be named,she can kindly suggest a name for teh same.
on 10/22/2006 3:19:00 PM
Thepla NEVER HAS eggs in it. Dont create your own recipes and name it as thepla ..
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