I feel pretty excited to post my ever favorite chaat =>pani puri which is the only snack that I crave to have on all winter plus rainy evenings than any other. When it comes to choosing among a list of available chaats, I would probably vote for my most beloved pani puri though I give credit to all of them equally. It’s the only street food I used to have on most weekends when I lived my life in Bangalore.
I was longing to make this crazy chaat in my own kitchen from scratch including the crispy, puffed puri and nylon sev which would seem so easy but it is bit hard to whip everything together. I had made the pani alone many times but couldn’t take the pictures. So this week I decided to get each of them ready and post chaat glory => pani puri recipe at the end of week.
The bonus with these home made pani puri is you don’t have to count on the number of puri you ate, you actually go on and on gulping over till you are full but literally it’s so addicting that you’ll never say NO.
I had made around 90+ puffed puri which turned very crispy and puffed to perfection. The PANI was really spicy, sweet and tangy with the flavorful chaat masala hint. The puri is poked with fingers to break and then stuffed with boiled potato, crunchy onions, cooked black chick peas, sev and then immersed in to pani to make it’s way to your mouth. Oh my gosh pass me some pani puri right now…