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(Toronto) looking to buy dahl puri , where in toronto can i find it?

mainja Oct 7, 2006 12:45 PM

i know that if i were hard core i would just make my own dahl puri, but i'm not. i would like to be able to buy dahl puri roti (just the bread, no filling) somewhere.

anyone have any reccomendations of where i might do that?

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  1. Herb RE: mainja Oct 8, 2006 12:08 PM

    Just about any roti shop will seel you just the wraps — Ghandi, Bacchus, Ali's, Vena's being just a few downtown. They're usually a buck a pop.

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    1. re: Herb
      Food Tourist RE: Herb Oct 9, 2006 05:13 AM

      Gandhi may not sell dhal puri since it is not a West Indian roti shop. Dhal puri is used in West Indian cooking and is totally different to East Indian roti which does not contain lentils. That being said, maybe try calling a West Indian grocery store in your area to ask?

    2. mainja RE: mainja Oct 17, 2006 05:41 PM

      thanks for the tips. i'll do some calling.

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        minto RE: mainja Oct 17, 2006 06:07 PM

        There is a roti place in the plaza on the NE corner of Victoria Park on Lawrence. I think they charge $1.50

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          recipeonthego RE: mainja May 18, 2007 11:08 AM

          I know someone who makes the best dahl puri in Toronto than any shop in town.
          Minimum of 20 purchase required though.
          Ideal for small gatherings or larger.
          Let me know if you ever come back to this post.

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