Pani Puri Recipe /Golgappa Recipe


easy pani puri

Pani Puri/Golgappa puchka whatever you name it .One of the most loved and most popular chats in India .In Mumbai you will see a stall almost in every corner of the road .Pani puri has been a favourite since I was a kid I still enjoy having pani puri though now I make it at home more frequently so that we enjoy hygienic delicious pani puri to our hearts content in the comforts of our home .
In Mumbai we get ragda pani our I and also pain our I with potato sprouts filling I enjoy both do sharing  both the version
You can find the recipe for chutney and Ragda in the bloog ,I have posted the links below .

gol gappa/puchka/poochkas


For now lets enjoy some mouthwatering Pani Puri


Ingredients
Puris as required (i used  store brought)
GreenChutney
Tamarind Chutney
1/2 cup Boondi
Sev

  • For the pani take 2-3 tbsp of the green chutney add chilled water ,sprinkle some rock salt and a pinch of roasted cumin powder 
  • add the boondis .
  • You can mix the sweet tamarind chutney to the pani and mix well or you can serve it separately.



For the sprouts and potato filling

1 boiled and ,mashed potato
1/2 cup boiled Moong sprouts
1/2 tsp  cumin powder
salt to taste
Ragda as required
mumbai style ragda pani puri

  • Keep all things ready ,the puris. The chutney the pani ,ragda and stuffing .
  • Crack small hole in centre of each puri.
  • Fill in the sprouts or ragda
  • Top it with some boondis
  • Add both the chutneys or the mixed paani
  • Eat immediately.
how to make pani puri at home


Then Enjoy some masala puris/sukha  puris  simply add the ragda or sprouts potato mixture ,little boondis ,sprinkle some chaat masala and cumin powder .
And top it up with lots of sev


sookha puri



  • Click here for  Ragda, ,Tamarind Chutney Green Chutney for chaats 
  • The pani or  spiced water can also be made using the pani puri masala/jaljira available easily in case you don't have time to make the chaat chutney's
  • The water should be chilled it taste best when the ragda is hot and the paani is super chilled .
  • Some people prefer adding chopped onions with the potato sprouts/ragda .




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4 comments:

  1. Just love these especially on cold evenings...

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  2. wow!! these are too tempting! feel like grabbing some!

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  3. My all time fav, though never made before, I'm sincerely appreciating this recipe. Mouthwatering snack.

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