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Heera Gol Gappa Fry with Masala

£3.49

Heera Pani Puri is a very popular spicy and tangy Indian snack and Mumbai chowpatty’s favourite chaat. This snack is sure to leave your tongue ticking to the last morsel. Everything you need to make this authentic Indian Street food snack is in the box. Try it!

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Description

Heera Pani Puri is a very popular, spicy, and tangy Indian snack and Mumbai chowpatty’s favourite chaat. This snack is sure to leave your tongue ticking to the last morsel. Everything you need to make this authentic Indian Street food snack is in the box. Try it!

Ingredients

Gol Gappa Pellets: Wheat Flour, (Gluten), Salt

Spicy Dip Masala: Rock Salt, Dry Mango Powder, Cumin Seed, Black Salt, Asafoetida, Black Pepper, Mint Leaves,cardamom, Clove.

Allergen Advice:

For allergens, see in bold.

 

Preparation:

Gol Gappa Fry Pellets: Add 1 litre of cooking oil to a deep pan and heat. Once oil becomes very hot, add the gol gappa pellets. Each pellet should expand and plump to form gol gappas. Remove each plumped up gol gappa from the oil and place on kitchen paper to drain excess oil and allow to cool.

Spicy Mix Masala: Mix the spice mix with 600ml of cold water and refrigerate to chill further.

Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg

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