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Pani Puri Recipe

by TEAM SALEBHAI - 15-Mar-2018 - Recipes
Pani Puri Recipe

You can now prepare pani puri – the most popular street food relished by people all over India – within the comforts of your home. Isn’t it great? Golgappa, puchka, pani patasha are other famous names for this spicy snack. Many regions in India have their own versions of pani puri and use a variety of flavoured water for its varied recipes. Flavours which are commonly used are imli ka pani, nimbu ka pani, pudina heeng ka pani, and khajur ka pani. We all can eat pani puri anytime of the day and we know you will agree.

 

If you are looking to make homemade pani puri, we have an easy and quick recipe for you. Try it and you shall never need to hit the street for pani puri again. Impress your loved ones with your cooking skills.

 

Puri recipe for pani puri (makes 50-60 puris)

 

Ingredients

  • Rava/semolina - 1 cup
  • Baking soda - 3 to 4 pinches
  • All-purpose flour - 1 tbsp
  • Water- 6 tbsps or as required
  • Salt - ¼ tsp
  • Oil - 1 tsp
  • Oil for deep frying

Method for dough

  • Mix rava, one tsp oil, baking soda, and salt evenly in a bowl. Add one tbsp maida to this mixture and mix well
  • Add water gradually and knead the dough. Pani puri dough must be elastic -- not too soft and not too hard
  • Cover the dough with a moist cloth and allow it to rest for 30 minutes

Rolling and preparing pani puri

  • Divide the roll into three parts. Take one part on your work surface and roll to a large round. Avoid adding any dry flour while rolling puris
  • Keep on rolling to a thin and even round without any cracks in the rolled dough
  • With a cookie cutter or a small bowl, cut small to medium rounds from the rolled dough. It will give your puri an even and uniform shape.
  • Remove the edges of dough and place the rolled small puris on a plate without overlapping each other. Place them gently

Frying puris

  • Heat oil in a deep frying pan
  • Place a few puris in oil. They will puff up quickly. Flip them after they puff up
  • Continue to fry them till golden brown
  • Drain fry puris on kitchen paper towels
  • Once they get cooled at room temperature, store them in an airtight box

Flavoured pani recipe for pani puri

 

Ingredients for pani

  • Mint leaves - ½ cup
  • Coriander leaves - ½ cup
  • Green chilli - 1 to 2
  • Ginger - ½ inch piece
  • Lemon - 1 (medium sized)
  • Sugar - 3 tbsps
  • Black salt - ¼ tbsp
  • Boondi/soaked chana - 4 tbsps (optional)
  • Salt to taste
  • Water - 4 cups

Ingredients for masala

  • Boiled, peeled, and mashed potatoes - 1 ½ cups
  • Red chilli powder - ½ tsp
  • Cumin coriander powder - ½ tsp
  • Chat masala powder - ¼ tsp
  • Finely chopped coriander leaves- 2 tbsps

Method for pani

  • Rinse coriander and mint leaves in water
  • Add mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chili, ginger and lemon juice in a chutney jar and grind to a smooth paste (if required, add ¼ cup water while grinding)
  • Transfer it to a large bowl and add sugar, chat masala, black salt, and four cups of water
  • Add pani puri masala, which will enhance the flavour of pani
  • Stir with a large spoon and mix properly. Refrigerate it for at least one hour before serving. If you like taste of soft boondi, mix it now

Method for masala

  • Take mashed potato, kala chana, red chilli powder, coriander leaves, cumin-coriander powder, and salt
  • Mix them together with a spoon and your masala is ready

Assembling pani puri

 

  • Take each pani puri and gently make a hole on its top-middle with your index finger or spoon for stuffing with masala
  • Stuff puris with masala. Sprinkle sev over it. You can also pour a little tamarind chutney if you like a sweet taste along with a spicy essence
  • Take pani in a medium bowl
  • Dip puri into the water and enjoy!

 

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So, when are you trying our recipe? We bet you can’t stop having just one. If you are looking for more such easy methods, try our Indian snacks recipes and prepare these delicacies for yourself.

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