Paani Puri

Paani Puri

By NamakShamak
  • Serves: 5 - 8
  • Prep Time: 30 Minute
  • Cooking: 15 Minute
  • Calories:




Paani Puri for Mumbaiites,or Golgappas for delhhiites , its always a favourite when it comes to snacking out , especially when out shopping and wanna grab a quick chatpatta bite! Get nostalgic when I see college students enjoying pani puris across the roadside thelas or small carts. But being a parent myself ,I now understand why my mom asked us to avoid street food ,and we never paid any heed !I secretly pray my toddler listens to me ,atleast when it comes to eating out. May be that’s why I ve tried to master the art of street food , making it as delicious and chatpatta as the ones at thelas, but only more healthy,hygenic and nutritious! This homemade pani puri is quick ,especially when you have your twin chutneys ie.Mint chutney and tamarind and date chutney ready! And the best part, you dont have to count the puris per plate , just go ahead and Indulge!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Pressure cook the white peas with 3/4 cup water and salt and turmeric for 2-3 whistles. They need to be soft and mushy when cooked. Mash them a bit with the back of a spoon.This is called ragada for stuffing the puris. Add 1/2 Cup water to the cooked
  2. Mix all the ingredients for the paani in a vessel or a earthen pot. Refer the link for making chutneys at home: http://www.namakshamak.com/recipe/chaat-chutneyspudina-chutneytamarind-chutney/ Add some boondis to the water and stir. To serve, break a

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