Thursday, February 21, 2008

Pani Puri





Ingredients for pani

1/2 cup tamarind water
2 to 3 cups water
1/2 tsp black salt
1/2 cup cilantro and pudina leaves

3 green chillis
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp chilli powder

To make pani

Grind together cilantro,pudhina and green chillis to a paste
Mix everything , above ground paste , tamarind water , black salt , salt, chillipowder and 2 to 3 cups water .
Now pani is ready


IIngredients for Puri dough

1 cup sooji

1 tbs maidha
1/4 cup water( to make dough)
pinch of salt

OIL for frying puries ( we need to use fresh oil)

Mix everything to a stiff dough cover and keep aside for 20 min
After 20 min roll dough into chapathi ( not too thick or not too thin ) and cut in to small rounds with cookie cutter or with any cap
Heat oil and fry puries.

SERVE pani puri with chopped onions and boiled potato cubes



33 comments:

Kalai said...

It's been so long since I had pani puri!!! Pls send me some, Sagari. They look sooooooo good!!! :)

Dhivya said...

wow..pani poori..my hubby's favorite..will try them for sure....will tell u the feedback with in 2 weeks...thanks for sharing...

Sagari said...

u are always invited Kalai

DIVYA I will be waiting for your feed back

easycrafts said...

looks lovely...its fun doing the recipe from scratch, making puris, paani etc...great job

Mythreyee said...

you reminded me of this delicious chaat. Looks so tempting and I bet it would have been more fun to do from scratch.

sra said...

Congrats on your award!

Nags said...

lovely! i love home-made dhaba food. planning to try kothu parotta this weekend!

Madhu said...

Sagari pani looks delicious, its been years since I made these at home. Home made are always best.

Sia said...

hats off u to make pani puri from acratch sagari. i usually buy poories. and congrats on getting an award:) u deserve it:)

Siri said...

Pani Puri is my fav and homemade walas are the best..:)) and Congratulations for the Award Sagari!

Siri

Asha said...

You made puris at home too, looks great. Panipuri is my fave too, haven't made it in a long time.
Enjoy the award Sagari!:))

indosungod said...

Congrats on the award. the pani poori looks delicious, you made them at home :) a great treat anytime.

Happy cook said...

Panipuri is always delicious. I've never made them at home.
Congrats for your award

Kribha said...

Hi Sagari,
First of all ...'congrats' on getting this award. You deserve it.
Next, That's so sweet of you to pass it on to me. Thankyou so much for having me in your mind. It made me soooo happy.
Pani puri's are my favorite. But I've never made it at home. Your pictures look so tempting. You are making my mouth water here.

shriya said...

Hi Sagari.. thanks for the awesome award! I am really humbled and honored by this gesture..You are totally one of the nicest bloggers I know and this award is well deserved!

Rosie said...

Sagari, congrats on your award and thank you for kind bestowing me with this award too I am so thrilled! :D

Your pani looks delicious and your pics want you to take a taste now!!

Rosie x

Namratha said...

Yummy!!! Looks gr8 Sagari...great going with the puris :)They look perfect.

Nithu said...

Hi Sagari,

Thanks for the award and for choosing us. It's really a surprise!! We are honored and really happy.

Uma said...

Congrats Sagari. Enjoy the award as much as I did. Pani Puri looks so delicious. Perfect shapes.

Laavanya said...

I usually buy the puris and proceed with the pani puri.. it's cute how you've made them.

Congrats on the award Sagari.

Kate / Kajal said...

i never ever made puris in my life until i left Bombay, and i wanted to eat pani puri and obviously couldn't source any. My mom in law shared her recipe with me , i think its almost the same , just she adds a bit of baking powder.
BTW ..hehe i like your header ...pani puri awards ...Congratulations.

vimmi said...

Hi Sagari,
Pani ouri looks great. I also made it last week. But dont make puris at home. U have patience.

Rama said...

Congrats...Nice Pani Puri...

Raaga said...

you're a Hyderabadi, right? When ever someone says to put onions in panipuri, they have to be :-) My husband always asks chaat walaahs for onions and they stare at him!!

Lovely puris... home made!! wow.

zlamushka said...

Congrations, Sagari!

Lovely puri, I have never eaten them.

Sig said...

Congrats on the award Sagari... and thanks for the pani puri step by step instructions.. I never new how they got the perfect round shape :D

DEEPA said...

congrats on the award!!!Pani puri is perfect !!I love them

Seena said...

Will you send me some..! have had this once.. great!!

Aparna said...

That looks lovely. This is something I love but have never made at home.

Medhaa said...

I tried making the puri few weeks back and it was such a flop my puris were like baturas soft they never crisped. I will try it with your recipe now hope I do it right this time cause both my husband and me love pani puri and we dont get it where we live

Shubha Ravikoti said...

wow u made the puri at home?? wow.. will surely try out ur recipe...:D

First time to ur blog i guess and its very very nice...:)do check my blog too...

Devi Priya said...

Nice blog. I have posted pani poori recently in my blog. Thank you for visiting my blog.

Soma Rathore said...

Thanks!! It feels so good to see people coming by and visiting me:-)

Now I am having some major cravings for pani puri. I usually never make the puris at home. just get lazy. but i think its worth a try:-)