Thursday, 5 January 2012

Pani Puri ( fried crispy sphere indian bread filled with tangy water )

My blog baby turns 2 today. Happy B'day JCO..Celebrating with homemade pani puri.
There is no introduction needed to be given to any south asians for Pani Puri...In my family me and my daughter loves to have these cuties time to time..and whenever we have it, I really boast about  pani puri available in India..



Every single time when I am in India every day my pani puri dose is fixed. plus when I returned I do bring big dabba full of puri's ..:-) that doesn't mean that we don't get here , we do but they are very hard, they hurt in your mouth so much, so I always make it at home, it is a long process but I don't mind coz my daughter LOVES it..
If Pani Puri is new to you please see here



So let's see what will need to have these Delicious, mouthwatering and tangy pani puri , which I always have cravings for ...



You will need :-
Box of Puri's recipe see here
Tamarind and date chutney
Mint and coriander water
Potato and black gram ( boiled ) kala chana



You will need :- for Mint water
  • Half a bunch of mint
  • half a bunch coriander
  • 2-3 green chillies
  • salt to taste
  • Cumin seeds
  • black salt ( sanchal powder )
  • fresh ginger
  • red chilli powder
  • mango powder
  • black pepper powder
  • 11/2 to 2 ltr cold water
    Method :-Blend all the Ingredients with little water first, then add remaining water and adjust your taste. In one bowl add chopped boiled potatoes and chana, add salt, red chilli powder, dhanajeera powder and fresh finely chopped coriander. mix well and keep aside.
     Whenever you are ready to have your pani puri prepare to make small hole in puri.
     stuff the puri with potato and chana mix, pour some tamarind chutney and mint water and have it one go. you can't bite it ;-) Enjoy like my daughter

9 comments:

  1. Mouthwatering panipuris. Feel like having some right away :-)

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  2. Seeing the last pic, I felt like I was eating it & could imagine the tangy pani!!
    My trip to India is INCOMPLETE without pani puri, absolutely love it! Love love love pani puri!
    Congrats on completing 2 years. People generally make a dessert to celebrate each year of blogging, good to see you do something different :)

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  3. Congrats Jagruti! Wishing u many more! :)
    Nice way to serve Pani puris for sure!..love the idea!

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  4. Looks so delicious. My all time fav chaat...

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  5. Happy Birthday dear bloggyy ..n keep rocking..perfectly presented..so so good

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  6. Omg,am salivating here..simply irresistible..Happy birthday to ur blog baby Jags..

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  7. Love pani puri and esp your presentation.

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  8. nice clicks jagruthi!! And would you mind using the logo dear?? WOuld appreciate it!! ANd thanks for linking

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