Bedmi Atta (Just Add Masala)- 1KG

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Bedmi Poori Atta 

This is Coarse Grinded Wheat Flour, best to prepare Bedmi Pooris.


Why Dinesh Flour Mills Bedmi Atta Stands Out

  • Convenience:  Just grind urad dal and masala according to your taste.

  • Consistency: Every batch you make will have the same, uniform taste. Say goodbye to the days of experimental errors.

  • Authenticity: Despite being a ready mix, the flour promises an authentic flavor profile that mirrors the traditional recipe.

Using Dinesh Flour Mills Bedmi Atta

Prepare a masala mix of your choice - a blend of urad dal ,red chili powder, coriander powder, crushed fennel seeds, asafoetida, cumin seeds, garam masala, and salt. Add this masala blend to the Bedmi Atta, add water, knead, and you're ready to fry your puris!

Dinesh Flour Mills' innovation ensures that traditions are not lost in the hustle of modern life. Their Bedmi Atta mix promises the nostalgic taste of home with half the effort, proving that sometimes, you can have your Puri and eat it too!

Bedmi Poori Receipe:

Certainly! Bedmi Poori (or Bedmi Puri) is a popular North Indian breakfast delicacy, especially relished in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. It's a spicy, crispy puri made using whole wheat flour and urad dal (black gram). Here's a basic recipe for Bedmi Poori:


  1. Dinesh Flour Mills Bedmi Atta: 2 cups
  2. Urad Dal (Split Black Gram): 1/2 cup, Just grind.
  3. Ginger: 1-inch piece, grated
  4. Green Chilies: 2-3, finely chopped (adjust based on your spice preference)
  5. Red Chili Powder: 1 tsp
  6. Coriander Powder: 1 tsp
  7. Fennel Seeds (Saunf): 1 tsp, crushed
  8. Asafoetida (Hing): a pinch
  9. Cumin Seeds (Jeera): 1 tsp
  10. Garam Masala: 1/2 tsp
  11. Salt: to taste
  12. Oil: for deep frying
  13. Water: as needed for the dough


  1. Making the Dough: In a large mixing bowl, combine the whole wheat flour, urad dal grinded, red chili powder, coriander powder, crushed fennel seeds, asafoetida, cumin seeds, garam masala, and salt. Mix everything well. Slowly add water and knead to form a firm yet pliable dough. Once the dough is ready, cover it with a damp cloth and let it rest for about 20-30 minutes.
  2. Rolling and Frying:
    • Heat oil in a deep frying pan.
    • Divide the dough into small, lemon-sized balls.
    • Roll each ball into a circle of about 3-4 inches in diameter, similar to a puri.
    • Once the oil is hot, carefully slide the rolled puri into it. Press gently with a slotted spoon to help the puri puff up.
    • Fry until golden brown on both sides.
    • Remove from the oil and place on paper towels to absorb any excess oil.
  3. Serving: Bedmi Poori is best served hot. It pairs wonderfully with spicy potato curry, pickles, and yogurt.

Enjoy your delicious Bedmi Poori! Remember, the key to a perfect Bedmi Poori is the texture of the dough and the heat of the oil. The dough should be stiff, and the oil should be hot but not smoking, to ensure the pooris puff up nicely.

Bedmi Poori: A Delightful Blend of Taste and Tradition

In the heart of North India lies a culinary gem that wakes up millions every morning — the Bedmi Poori. This traditional delicacy, a spicy, crisp fried bread made from whole wheat flour and urad dal, carries with it a legacy of flavors, textures, and nutritional benefits that cater to both the palate and well-being.

The Historical Context

Originating from the streets of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, Bedmi Poori has been a breakfast staple for centuries. Its spicy undertones and hearty texture provided laborers, merchants, and residents alike with the energy needed to embark on their daily tasks. Over time, its popularity spread, becoming a must-have in festivals, gatherings, and regular households across the region.

Nutritional Profile

At a glance, Bedmi Poori might come off as just another fried delight, but delve deeper, and its nutritional aspects become evident.

  1. Whole Wheat Flour: A source of complex carbohydrates, it offers sustained energy release, making it an ideal breakfast option. Moreover, it's rich in dietary fiber, aiding digestion and promoting gut health.

  2. Urad Dal (Black Gram): A powerhouse of proteins, essential fatty acids, and vital minerals, urad dal is beneficial for muscle building and overall vitality. It's also a source of iron, which can aid in combating anemia.

  3. Spices: Ingredients like fennel seeds, cumin, and asafoetida not only enhance flavor but also offer medicinal benefits. Fennel seeds aid digestion, cumin has anti-inflammatory properties, and asafoetida can help reduce bloating.

Balancing Indulgence with Health

While Bedmi Poori offers numerous health benefits, it's essential to remember it's deep-fried. Moderation is key. Pairing it with wholesome sides, like a vegetable curry or a bowl of fresh yogurt, can balance the meal. Opting for frying in healthier oils or even air frying can also make a difference.

In the bustling lanes of North India, particularly in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, there's a breakfast delicacy that has been reigning supreme for years - the Bedmi Puri. Traditionally, making this dish has been a labor of love, with households dedicating time to soak, grind, and mix ingredients. But in our modern fast-paced world, many seek a shortcut without compromising on authentic taste. Enter the ingenious "Dinesh Flour Mills Bedmi Atta (Just add masala)."

The Tradition of Bedmi Puri

Bedmi Puri is a spicy and crispy delight, made predominantly with whole wheat flour combined with a spiced, ground urad dal mixture. Infused with flavors from ginger, chilli, fennel seeds, and more, these puris pack a punch in every bite. 

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Very good texture