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puri recipe for pani puri | gol gappe puri recipe | golgappa recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. pani puri is a popular street food of india which is basically a combination of 3 main ingredients i.e puri or golgappe, pani puri water and aloo / potato stuffing. this recipe post describes how to prepare crispy and bloated golgappa puri recipe for pani puri recipe.
puri recipe for pani puripuri recipe for pani puri | gol gappe puri recipe | golgappa recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. pani puri snack is widely appreciated street food of india and has many variation with different names across many states. it is referred as phuchhka or puchka in bengal, gupchup in odishha, golgappa in delhi and pani puri in mumbai and souther states. the variations are usually with the water and stuffing, but the gol gappe puri remains consistent with all variations.

after moving to australia, i was missing the street food of india and especially the pani puri recipe. there are couple of good street food vendors particularly in sydney and melbourne but in canberra there is none. since then, i started to buy the readymade puri from local indian store to quench my pani puri thirst. however those puri’s where typically soggy, oily and some time smelly too. i was really not happy with it and i started to learn puri’s by myself. initially even my gol gappe puri’s weren’t crisp but after couple of trials, now i am very much confident with it. in short, this is a tried and tested, full proof puri recipe for pani puri.

gol gappe puri recipefurthermore, some important tips and recommendations for a perfect and crispy gol gappe puri recipe. firstly, i have added 2 tbsp of maida or all purpose flour as a binding agent for rava or semolina to form a dough. alternatively, even wheat flour can also be used if you are looking for gluten free recipe. secondly, knead the semolina and maida based dough, to a moist dough. later it has to be rested for 20-30 minutes and during this phase the dough absorbs the moisture resulting a stiff and firm dough. lastly, deep fry these puri’s in medium to high flame for crisp and bloated gol gappe puri’s.

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Recipe type: snacks
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 20 puri
Ingredients
  • 1 cup sooji / semolina / rava
  • 2 tbsp maida / plain flour / all purpose flour / refined flour
  • pinch of baking soda
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 2 tsp oil
  • ¼ cup water, or as required
  • oil for deep frying
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl take 1 cup sooji and 2 tbsp maida
  2. also add pinch of baking soda, ¼ tsp salt and 1 tsp oil.
  3. combine all the ingredients well.
  4. further add ¼ cup water and start to knead.
  5. knead to smooth and soft adding more water if required.
  6. grease the dough with oil. cover and rest for 20 minutes or untill the rava absorbs moisture.
  7. now knead the dough again making sure the dough is stiff absorbing moisture.
  8. divide the dough into half and dust with maida.
  9. furthermore, roll the dough as thin as possible using a rolling pin.
  10. take a small cup and start to make small puris.
  11. drop the prepared puri and press with the spoon to puff up.
  12. once they puff, it will automatically turn over. if not, once the bottom side is golden brown, turn over the puri.
  13. and fry the puri till golden brown and crisp.
  14. remove the puri and drain over tissue paper to remove excess oil.
  15. finally, golgappa puri is ready to prepare pani puri or bhel puri.


how to make gol gappe puri with step by step photo:

  1. firstly, in a large mixing bowl take 1 cup sooji and 2 tbsp maida
    puri recipe for pani puri
  2. also add pinch of baking soda, ¼ tsp salt and 1 tsp oil.
    puri recipe for pani puri
  3. combine all the ingredients well.
    puri recipe for pani puri
  4. further add ¼ cup water and start to knead.
    puri recipe for pani puri
  5. knead to smooth and soft adding more water if required.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  6. grease the dough with oil. cover and rest for 20 minutes or untill the rava absorbs moisture.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  7. now knead the dough again making sure the dough is stiff absorbing moisture.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  8. divide the dough into half and dust with maida.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  9. furthermore, roll the dough as thin as possible using a rolling pin.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  10. take a small cup and start to make small puris.
    gol gappe puri recipe
  11. drop the prepared puri and press with the spoon to puff up.
    golgappa recipe
  12. once they puff, it will automatically turn over. if not, once the bottom side is golden brown, turn over the puri.
    golgappa recipe
  13. and fry the puri till golden brown and crisp.
    golgappa recipe
  14. remove the puri and drain over tissue paper to remove excess oil.
    golgappa recipe
  15. finally, golgappa puri or puri for pani puri is ready to prepare pani puri or bhel puri.
    gol gappe puri recipe


notes:

  • firstly, knead the rava dough well else puri will not be crispy.
  • also fry the puri in hot oil to make sure the puris are crisp and puffs up.
  • furthermore, keep the fried puri in preheated oven for 10 minutes to make it more crisp and store longer.
  • finally, store the golgappa puris is airtight container and use as required to prepare chaats.

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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.

10 COMMENTS

  1. hi archana mam. .. I tried to do this pani puri’s but It turned out very soft… how to prepare it crispy? and for how many days can I contain it? In what I can contain it?? please reply thanks

  2. Hello Hebbar’s… Thank you for this wonderful recipe! But your other pani puri recipe is no more showing, it is getting redirected to only the puri for pani puri recipe. Kindly rectify that so that we can see both the recipes.

    Just thought I should bring it to your attention.

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