Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Posted by Mala at 12:00:00 AM 4 comments
Pani puri, also called "Golgappa" and "Puchka" is a real delight to watch, while it is being made by the vendor.....
You can adjust the sweet or spicy level , and nowadays, the fillings are made nutritious, by adding cooked green gram and channa .


Store bought puris - 36
Some boondis to top
Chat masala powder as needed
Roasted jeera/cumin powder, as needed

For the spicy green water

Mint leaves - a handful
Coriander leaves - a handful
Lemon juice - 1 1/2 tsps
Green chillies - 3
Ginger - a small piece
Black pepper - 1 1/2 tsps
Black salt - 1 tsp
Roasted jeera powder - 1 1/2 tsps
Salt to taste
Water - 4 cups
Grind all the above mentioned ingredients, add water, and here's your spicy/theeka pani:

Cooked green gram and kabuli channa - 11/2 cups (add salt and roasted jeera powder)

Boiled potatoes - 3, mashed, salt and chilli powder added

Sweet chutney - as required

Recipe cuisine: North Indian; Category: Chat/mumbai road side 
Prep time: 30 mts; Building time: 10 mts
Recipe source: Tarla dalal

All items assembled together, the puris with small hole cracked on top, filled with green gram, channa and boiled potatoes, a pinch of roasted jeera and chat masala added, sweet chutney drizzled. The theeka/spicy pani is topped with some boondis to provide some crunch.

Enjoy these pani puris!!

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