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pani puri recipe | golgappa recipe | puchka recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. basically, a popular indian street food recipe served with puri, paani and aloo stuffing masala.
pani puripani puri recipe | golgappa recipe | puchka recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. it is a popular street food of cosmopolitan cities like mumbai, delhi, kolkata and bangalore. while, across india, there are several variations to this recipe. however, pani puri recipe version of mumbai is hugely popular. basically, it is made up of round puri which is stuffed with aloo masala and then filled with spiced and tangy water.

while, most of them believe that pani puri must have been originated from mumbai. however, this classic street food recipe was born in bihar. even i was under the same impression until last year. moreover, in bihar it is known as phoolki and not as pani puri. perhaps with the people migrating from bihar to other urban cities did carry this amazing recipe with them. especially, mumbai did see a lot of migration from bihar in early ninety’s. gradually, pani puri was adopted and embraced by all over india and was converted to a popular street food.

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furthermore, the recipe as such of pani puri is simple, however special care has to be taken to assemble it. initially, a small hole is made at the top of puri which will help to stuff the puris. it is then followed by stuffing with mashed boiled potatoes and chickpeas. optionally, fine chopped onions and nylon sev also can be added. finally, it is then dipped with tamarind and mint water before serving. you can also add sweet tamarind chutney before dipping it in spiced water. after dipping it has to be served immediately, otherwise the puri would be soggy and less crunchy.

finally, i request you to check my collection of indian street food recipes. specifically, puri recipe for pani puri, bhel puri recipe, samosa chaat recipe, samosa recipe and bombay sandwich recipe. also, i have posted several street food chutney recipes too. specifically, tamarind chutneygreen chutney, red chutney, momos chutney, dry garlic chutney recipes.

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Recipe type: snack
Cuisine: street food
Serves: 3 Servings
Ingredients
for masala stuffing:
  • ½ tsp chilli powder
  • 2 potatoes, boiled and pealed
  • ¼ cup chikpea, soaked and cooked
  • ½ tsp cumin powder
  • salt to taste
  • ¾ tsp chaat masala
  • ½ tsp aamchur powder / dry mango powder
for pani:
  • fistful of coriander leaves
  • few mint leaves / pudina
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 1 green chilli
  • ¼ cup tamarind juice
  • 2 cups water
  • ½ tsp cumin powder
  • ¾ tsp chaat masala
  • salt to taste
for assembling pani puri:
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
masala stuffing recipe:
  1. firstly, in a large bowl mash boiled potatoes.
  2. furthermore, add cooked chikpea.
  3. also add cumin powder, chilli powder, chaat masala, aamchur powder and salt.
  4. mix well and mash completely.
  5. finally, masala is ready for stuffing.
pani for pani puri recipe:
  1. firstly, in a blender jar take fistful of coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  2. to that add ginger and green chilli.
  3. add little water and blend.
  4. furthermore, filter it using a sieve.
  5. add a cup more water to extract the juice from mint and coriander.
  6. then add tamarind juice.
  7. also add cumin powder, chaat masala and salt.
  8. give a good mix and pani is ready.
pani puri assembling recipe:
  1. firstly, take puri and make a hole at the centre with the help of thumb.
  2. furthermore, stuff a tsp of prepared masala .
  3. followed by finely chopped onions and sev.
  4. then add a tsp of tamarind chutney.
  5. after that add pani into the puri.
  6. finally, serve pani puri along with copped onions.


pani puri recipe | golgappa step by step photo recipe:

masala stuffing recipe:

  1. firstly, in a large bowl mash boiled potatoes.
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  2. furthermore, add cooked chikpea. to prepare chikpea soak it for 3 hours and pressure cook for 10 whistles adding salt and turmeric.pani puri
  3. also add cumin powder, chilli powder, chaat masala, aamchur powder and salt.
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  4. mix well and mash completely.
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  5. finally, masala is ready for stuffing.
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pani for pani puri recipe:

  1. firstly, in a blender jar take fistful of coriander leaves and mint leaves.
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  2. to that add ginger and green chilli.
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  3. add little water and blend.
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  4. furthermore, filter it using a sieve.
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  5. add a cup more water to extract the juice from mint and coriander.
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  6. then add tamarind juice. to prepare tamarind juice, soak a small piece of tamarind in warm water for 30 minutes and then squeeze off the juice.
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  7. also add cumin powder, chaat masala and salt.
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  8. give a good mix and pani is ready.
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pani puri assembling recipe:

  1. firstly, take puri and make a hole at the centre with the help of thumb.
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  2. furthermore, stuff a tsp of prepared masala.
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  3. followed by finely chopped onions and sev.
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  4. then add a tsp of tamarind chutney.
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  5. after that add pani into the puri.
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  6. finally, serve pani puri along with copped onions.pani-puri-1


notes:

  • firstly, assemble the pani puri just before serving, else they will turn soggy.
  • also, to make it more spicy increase the amount of green chilli or add pepper.
  • furthermore, drink the pani as it is as they are good for digestion.
  • alternatively, replace tamarind juice with lemon for the tanginess.
  • finally, pani puri or golgappa or puchka taste great when eaten with friends and family.

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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

15 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you so much for this receipee.. it came out well.. We were out of country missing paani poori a lot.. we tried this in our home and its yummy…

  2. Thank you so much for this receipee.. it came out well.. We were out of country missing paani poori a lot.. we tried this in our home and its yummy…

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