Pani Puri


Pani puri also known as golgappa is a popular street snack in India especially in Mumbai. It is also known as Gup chup.

I just did at home which feels me more hygienic than eating road side ans also tastes good.

Ingredients:

For Puri

  1. 1 Cup semolina (fine coarse)
  2. 4 Tbsp all purpose flour (maida)
  3. 1 Tbsp gram flour
  4. 1/4 Tbsp baking soda
  5. Salt a pinch
  6. oil 2 tbsp
  7. Oil for deep fry
  8. 1 Onion finely chopped

For Pani

  1. 2 Tbsp Jaljeera powder (ready made mix )
  2. 1 Cup tamarind water
  3. Salt as per taste
  4. 1 Tbsp fresh coriander leaves chopped

For Stuffing

  1. 2 Medium size a Aloo boiled
  2. 1 Tbsp red chilli powder
  3. 1 Small cup peas
  4. Salt as per taste
  5. Fresh coriander leaves chopped

Method:

For Puri

  • Take maida, semolina ,gram flour,salt and oil in a bowl add water bit by bit and make a dough similar puri dough consistency. Keep it closed with wet muslin cloth for about 30 mins. By the time the Pani and stuffing can be prepared.
  • Take a small dough ball make a circle of about 15 cms diameter.Now with any small circular lid press over that to make equal size small puri’s
  • Fry them in the oil with medium flame till golden brown. While frying the puri should be pressed in the centre so that it should puff

For Pani

  • Take Jaljeera powder, tamarind water, salt and normal water a cup mix them well and add fresh coriander leaves

For stuffing

  • Take the boiled potatoes with the skin peeled off and smash them to the paste. Add fresh peas,salt, red chilli powder and mix them well. Garnish it with coriander leaves

How To serve

Take puri make a hole in the centre add stuffing, then add chopped onion and put 2 to 3 tbsp of Pani and serve it

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