Mint leaves - 1 bunch Green chillies 2 - 3 Tamarind - lemon size Lemon - 1 Pepper - 2 tbsp Cumin seeds - 2 tbsp Salt - as per taste Water - 1 1/2 ltr (boiled and cooled down)
potato Red chilly powder - 1/2 spoon Pepper powder - 1/4 spoon Salt Amchur powder - 1/4 spoon (Alternatively, you can use few drops of lemon juice) 1 medium size onion Finely chopped coriander - 2 spoon Procedure:- Pani: Dry roast the cumin seeds and pepper, and make fine powder.
One dish that I described in the Chaat post is PaniPuri. Literally it means, "water puri". The puris are tiny, you poke a hole in a center, fill it up with this pani, along with other fixins like potatoes and pop the whole thing in your mouth
You taste delicious food of a chef in restaurants/hotels/dhabas who've no hotel management degrees. A Crunchy Puri with Potato filling and Flavored Water - More Popular as PaniPuri - is one of Amdavadi's Favorite delicacies
Mix all ingredients and serve with gol gappas/pani and puri. Knead it again when want to make puris and dust dry flour on counter and roll it in a very thin circle ,as thin as you can make will give you a perfect end product
Sev puri and papdi chat / papri chat are almost similar except that in papdi chat you add yogurt / curd if desired and then it becomes dahi sev puri I do not like adding yogurt / curd in my chat and have prepared papdi chat without yogurt