Pani puri is a popular street food of India, where crisp fried dough balls (puri) are stuffed with potatoes, sprouts, spicy tangy water or sweet chutney. Pani puri is a favorite chaat snack of many folks and ours too. With so many bursts of tastes and flavors in your mouth when you have pani puri, you just cannot have one This pani or spiced water recipe is my mom’s recipe and to save time she would make the pani in such a way that it would have all the three major tastes – spicy, tangy and sweet. So all three tastes – teekha, khatta and meetha taste in just one pani. Otherwise generally both the spicy chutney and sweet chutney are made separately.
- Pani Puri Masala is a healthier way of enjoying Pani puri but also allows you to customize it the way you like!. The ingredients includes dried mint powder, salt, sugar, citric acid crystals, cumin seeds, dried mango powder and black salt
- You can prepare the pani before a few hours and then chill it in the fridge
- Adding ice cubes may dilute the taste and flavor of the pani.
- ‘Pani’ in Hindi means water. ‘Puri’ is a fried hollow ball made from wheat flour. The ‘Puri’ is punctured open on one side and stuffed with delicious fillings and topped with Pani. The ‘Puri’ is then eaten in a mouth full. This is one of India’s most popular outdoor snacks.
Ingredients: White Salt, Black Salt, Dry Mango, Tamarind, Cumin, Malic acid, Mint Leaves, Black Pepper, Musk Melon, Dry Ginger, Caraway, Chilli, Cloves, Asafoetida.