Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Posted by Mala at 12:00:00 AM No comments
I have already posted Dahi puri
Please check my other Mumbai street foods too
I made a healthy twisted version of Dahi puri, filled the small puris with mango lassi, and served them with fillings.....
Also, in this recipe, instead of making the green chutney and sweet chutney separately, I have combined both and made an easy version, which can be refrigerated for 2-3 weeks and used. It's quite easy to make this chutney.
You can make green and sweet chutneys separately also. That's your wish,
Green chutney
Sweet chutney

Small puris - 20
Boiled potatoes - 2, chopped, some salt and chilli powder mixed well and kept
Black eyed peas - 1/4 cup, soaked for 2 hours, pressure cooked, and mixed with potatoes
Nylon sev - as required
Pomegranate arils - as required
Coriander leaves - some

For the mango lassi
Fresh curds, thick - 1 1/2 cups
Chopped  ripe mango - 1, medium sized
Sugar = 3-4 tsps
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp
Salt - a pinch
Please refer to mango lassi 

For the 2-1 chutney, spicy and sweet
Coriander leaves - one handful
Green chillies - 3-4
Soaked raisins - 2 tbsps
Soaked dates - 2 tbsps
Chilli power - 1/2 tsp
Roasted jeera powder - 1 tsp
Chat masala powder - 3/4 tsp
Salt to taste
Tamarind paste - 1 tbsp
Jaggery - 4-5 tsps

For the final topping
Chilli powder - as required
Roasted jeera powder - as required
Chat masala powder - as required

Recipe Cuisine: North indian; Category: Chat/mumbai street food/starters/snacks
Prep up  time: 30 mts; Prepration time: 5 mts per plate

Yields about 20-25 puris

Mango lassi made, and chilled

Coriander leaves, green chillies, soaked raisins and dates loaded into blender jar

Chilli powder, roasted jeera powder and chat masala added

Salt and tamarind paste added, and all given one or two quick pulses

Now, jaggery added, and blended to a smooth chutney

This is the green-sweet chutney

Chilli, roasted jeera and chat masala powders taken in a small bowl

Mixed and kept ready

Boiled potatoes cut into small pieces, black eyed peas cooked, then both these are mixed together with some salt and chilli powder, so that it won't taste bland

All kept ready, holes made gently in the puris

First, potato-black eyed peas mixture filled

Now the mixed chat, roasted jeera and chilli powder mixture sprinkled

Now, the green-sweet chutney

Mango lassi filled

Nylon sev strewn over

Now, some cilantro/coriander leaves, and pomegranate arils topped

Serve these extremely tasty puris as starters or snack

This post first appeared in www.malpatskitchen.com


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