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Recipe : Panipuri,how to make golgappas

Priya Joshi | Jan 13, 2016 | 11 Comments so far

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Pani-puri golgappa recipe
Golgappa Recipe -Home Style cooking
And here is the MOST MOST favorite recipe i am going to share with you guys all.If you follow me on facebook OR instagram you might know that i have posted homemade panipuri photo.
Pani puri-you already know that pani puri has many names in different region like poochkas, golgappe, pakodi , pani ke patashe, gupshup, patashe etc.
Pani-puri is my most favorite chaat from childhood. I used to go with my friends on the street of porbandar and i truly enjoyed it.

Pani translates to water and here the Puris are fried puffed crisp dough balls. Generally, the water or pani is sour, tangy as well as spicy. This spicy pani is balanced with the addition of a sweet tamarind chutney.
This sweet chutney is called as meetha (which means sweet) pani. The spicy water is called as teekha (which means spicy) pani. Both are added in the puri along with the main filling which consists of boiled potatoes, chickpeas, tempered moong ,boondi or a thick dry curry made from white peas which is called as ragda.
The puri or pooris are made from flour or sooji/cream of wheat or both. They are thin, crisp, fully puffed and thus occupy the filling and the chutneys. These can be brought ready from the stores or can be made at home too.
I usually buy purees from store because i wated to avoid time it takes to make purees( i can't resist). sometimes I also deep freeze ginger-chilli-mint paste for 8-10 days. so, whenever i wanted to make panipuri ,i just take a portion of paste and add water,salt and masala and my teekha pani will ready in just 5 min or less.

Panipuri stuffing also have some variations like i am using potato-chickpea stuffing here while some of using only potato stuffing, sprouts stuffing, ragda stuffing etc.
I am following my mommie's homestyle recipe to make teekha pani.This teekha pani has Spicy,Tangy and sweet taste.you don't need to have meetha pani at all but however I am using tamarind chutney by adding some water as meetha pani.
To make Spicy pani,you need to make green Chutney or you can make green paste individually. jal-jeera can be used as teekha pani as well.
I don't know about the history of panipuri but whoever invented this recipe has given the world's best recipe to us.
For serving, first crack puri, stuff puri with potato filling, add few tablespoon of sweet pani as per your taste and at last, add teekha pani.You have to serve panipuri immediately after stuffing otherwise your puri become soggy.
Check my tutorial on making perfect puri for golgappas
 
You may like to check Other Similar Recipes -Alu tikki Chaat , Dabeli, Dahi-bhalle Bombay bataka
Recipe Details below:

   Pani-puri Recipe- how to make golgappe


Prep Time :20 mins
Soaking Time: 5 hours 
Cook Time : 15 mins + soaking time
Total Time :30 mins
Main Ingredient : -
Serves :3
Cuisine :Street food , Indian

Ingredients:
  • Puris - 25-30 *vary
  • Teekha pani - 1 small bowl
  • Meetha pani - 1 cup (optional)
Ingredients for stuffing:
  • brown chickpea,soaked - 1 cup
  • Potatoes - 5-6 large size
  • Everest panipuri masala - 1 tbsp 
  • Red chili powder - 1 tsp
  • Salt - taste
  • coriander leaves for garnishing
 Other Ingredients:
  • onions,finely chopped - 3-4 medium size (optional)
  • Boondi - 1/2 cup approox (optional)
Ingredients for Pani :
  • Mint leaves,washed - 1/2 cup
  • Coriander leaves,washed and chopped - 3/4 cup
  • Ginger - 1 inch
  • Green chili,chopped -1-2
  • Tamarind pulp - 2 tbsp
  • Jaggery/sugar,powdered or crumbled - as required
  • Roasted cumin powder (bhuna jeera powder)-1 tsp
  • Water- 2 -3 cups (add water as per the consistency you want)
  • Boondi/fried tiny gram flour balls - 1-1.5 tbsp (optional)
  • Black salt - as required

Method for stuffing:
  1. Boil potato and chickpea together for 5-6 whistles on medium flame.
  2. Mash potato and chickpea together.
  3. Add salt,pani puri masala, redchili powder and coriander leaves .
  4. Mix them well.
  5. keep it aside.
    panipuri masala
Method for pani:
  1. In a blender add all the ingredients mentioned above for the pani.
  2. Add little water and grind to a fine chutney.
  3. Remove the green chutney in a large bowl. Add 2 to 3 cups water. Mix well. Check the seasoning. Add more black salt or jeera powder or chaat masala if required. If you want a thin pani, you could add some water. But keep on checking the seasoning, as per your taste.
  4. Add the boondi to the pani.
  5. You can chill the pani in the fridge.
    teekha pani
 Assembling:
  1. Crack the top of the puri using your thumb finger or spoon.
  2. Add 2 to 3 tsp of the boiled potato-chickpea stuffing filling in the poori.
  3. Add onions and bondi as well.
  4. Stir the green pani first and then it and the sweet chutney as per your taste.
  5. Serve the pani puri immediately.
  6. You can also make individual portions with the puris, potato-chickpea mixture and the pani.
  7. Let the individual assemble the pani puri for himself/herself as per his/her taste. 
Note:
  • For a spicy pani, add about 2 to 3 green chilies as per your taste.
  • Other stuffing combinations:Tempered moong sprouts , boiled white chickpeas (kabuli chana) boiled potatoes with chopped onions and chopped coriander leaves , ragda. - white peas preparation.
  • * to make the pani hot and spicy, you can add one more green chili.
  • you can use green chuntney and tamarind chutney as pani by adding water and salt into that.
  • I am using ready-made puris here.
My other favorite chaat recipes are Bhel puri ,Papri chaat and Alu tikki Chaat


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11 comments

  1. love panipoori ....my favourite ..yummy dish ..

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  2. I m drooling here.. Send me some my all time fav

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  3. My all time favorite :-) I can finish off this one in no time :-) YUMMY!

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  4. Hi Priya, I am going to makes this, looks delicious. Pinned!

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    1. Do share your experience and recipe photo with me :)

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  5. My all time favorite. Looks awesome dear. Yum Yum :)

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  6. Yummy...one of my favorites.:)

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