Indian Street Food ~ Pani Puri (Gol Gappa)



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Puchka aka Pani Puri

March will be ‘Indian Street Food’ special on ‘Sailu’s Kitchen’ where I will be featuring Chaat and snack recipes. I will try to cover as many recipes as I can prepare during this month. Chaats are India’s National Snacks like hot dogs or burgers are to America or Tacos are to Mexico. The innumerable Chaats and snacks showcase a myriad of flavors and textures – sweet, salty, tangy, spicy, soft and crispy, that epitomize Indian food.

Today, I’m blogging a tongue tickling crowd pleaser, popular all over the country. It is known by different names based on the region – Gol Gappa (East India), Pani Puri (West & South India) or Puchka (North India). This street food sensation is popular among all age groups as it adds a flavorful punch to the palate. Each region or home have their own version of Pani Puri, in terms of fillings.

puri
Puri

Basically pani puris are small balls made of flour and semolina, rolled out into very small puris and deep fried to a golden shade, cooled and stored in air tight containers. The hollow puri is slightly crushed on the top and filled with a little each of mashed potatoes, chopped onions and sweet chutney, then dipped in a chilled mint flavored tangy water, and eaten as a whole, in one mouthful. As you savor the pani puri, you can literally feel the explosion of flavors in your mouth, an assortment of crisp, tangy, spicy tastes.

Puri/Puchka Recipe

Prep: 10 mts, Sitting time: 30, Cooking time: 20-30 mts

Serves 8-10 persons

Cuisine: Indian

Source: Recipe files

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Ingredients:

1/2 tbsp maida/all-purpose flour

2 tbsps urad dal flour

1 1/4 cups ravva/semolina/sooji (very fine variety)

salt to taste

water for kneading (bottled soda water prefered)

oil for deep frying

1 Combine all the mentioned ingredients (except oil for deep frying), adding water slowly and make a dough. Leave aside covered with damp cloth for 15 mts. (very imp step)
2 While the dough is resting. (i) Prepare the pani (water) required for the puchka. (ii) Boil two potatoes, peel and mash. Combine the mashed potato with little salt and red chilli pwd and keep aside until use. (iii) Chop a large onion finely and keep aside until use.
3 Knead the dough again. Pinch off some dough and make very small balls. Roll out small thin rotis, using the rim of a container to cut out the round shape. Keep them covered.
4 Heat enough oil for deep frying in a heavy bottomed vessel. It should be on medium high (the oil should not be piping hot) and once its hot, slide few rotis into the hot oil and using the back of the ladle, press in the center and along the edges and you will find it will puff. Flip over and fry the other side till light golden brown. Don’t fry too much as it will turns too dark. Remove on to absorbent paper.
5 Cool and store in an air tight container and use when required.

Note: Ensure the oil is hot enough before frying the puri. If the oil is not hot enough, the roti will absorb a lot of oil. If made ahead of time, lightly warm in oven for 3-4 mts before serving. Ensure to roll out very think puris. And use very fine sooji.

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Pani Puri

Pani (Puri) Recipe

Preparation: 10 mts

Cuisine: Indian

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Ingredients:

6-7 cups cold water

1/2 cup packed pudina leaves

1 green chilli

small piece ginger

1 tbsp amchur pwd

1/2 tsp chaat masala pwd

1/4 tsp cumin pwd

pinch of black salt (optional)

fresh coriander leaves for garnish

salt to taste

1 Make a paste of mint leaves, green chilli and ginger and keep aside
2 Take a vessel, add the cold water in it, followed by the green mint paste and combine well.
3 Add cumin pwd, chaat masala pwd, amchur pwd, black salt, salt to taste. Garnish with coriander leaves. Chill in refrigerator till use.

Assembling Pani Puri:

Take a small puri in your palm and lightly press the top to make a hole in the puri. Stuff with a tsp of spiced mashed potato, 1/2 tsp of chopped onions, 1 tsp of sweet chutney, pour 2 tbsps of the prepared chilled mint pani and stuff the whole puchka into your mouth. Then savor the explosion of flavors. :)

gol-gappa
Gol Gappa

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Indian Street Food ~ Pani Puri (Gol Gappa)

  • Prep time:
  • Cook time:
  • Serves: 12

Main Ingredients:

  1. semolina
  2. flour
  3. atta
  4. potato
  5. onions

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Chaats are India’s National Snacks like hot dogs or burgers are to America or Tacos are to Mexico. The innumerable Chaats and snacks showcase a myriad of flavors and textures – sweet, salty, tangy, spicy, soft and crispy, that epitomize Indian food.

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176 Responses

  1. Ramya Raj says:

    Mouth watering recipe! I never knew that urad dhal flour is used in puri dough. Will try adding this next time. Thanks for the wonderful pictures as always. Can I know what camera you are using?

  2. Angela says:

    Fantastic… though it makes a lot of sense to go to the chaat shop around the corner to subdue the craving, this should work when you have a truckload of teenagers for a house party. The urad dhal flour is new to me, I did it with semolina and AP flour only. Will try hopefully a new dimension in taste. More chaat .. way to go I’ll be here often. TFS. I see you have a new layout design. Very very nice.

  3. Swathi says:

    Hi Sailu,
    That is one great recipe. Just one question, how do you make sweet chutney? Thanks in advance.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Wow…Sailu! Who are you? Recipes’ treasure chest? All your folks must be very proud of you and must be deliriously happy for having you, who makes such fabulous food, around.

    You are the unofficial queen of Indian food blogs.

  5. Madhuri says:

    Mouth Watering Sailu ! Here in US we don’t get to enjoy Pani puri and i miss it a lot, not any more :-)

  6. Fantastic.. పానీపూరిని ఇక్కడ గప్ చుప్ అంటారు కాని అది తినేటప్పడు అలా ఉండదు కదా. చూస్తుంటేనే నోరూరుతుంది. మరిన్ని చాట్ రెసిపీలకోసం వెయిటింగ్..

  7. Vishnu says:

    Sailu, Great recipe. Looking forward to rest of the “Indian Street Food” specials coming out this month.

  8. Shireesha says:

    Hi Sailu, looks great. Wanted to try these since long time. Probably will try soon.

  9. vikas says:

    fantastic. my mother used to try it at home when i was young but the problem all along was that the puchka would turn out flat instead of taking its spherical shape. so we would end up having pani and papri chat instead of paani puri :)

    i will try this method as well over the next weekend. do keep coming back to check the comments section in case there is any doubt :)

    any idea how to do the sooji/semolina version of the same. in delhi we get these two varieties of puchka’s – sooji and maida.

    • Sailu says:

      As far as I know, the semolina version to prepare poori for pani poori, is as follows: Take 250 gms of sooji, add salt to taste and 1 1/2 tbsps of ghee and rub into the sooji and combine well. Slowly add water and make a dough. Cover with damp cloth and leave aside for 30 mts. Follow rest of the procedure. I am yet to try this recipe though, Vikas.

  10. Priya says:

    Nice to know how gol gappas are made…Awesum job sailu
    Keep up the good work
    Thank you!

  11. Valli says:

    Sailu, Through ur blog, I learnt to cook many recipes perfectly. Now u have given us a wonderful dish Panipuri, which we like and are very fond of. Thanks a lot.

  12. Lovely, tempting, mouthwatering, or should say I feel very very covetous…… How I wish I could have it!!!!! No words only gazes…..drools & slurps!!!!!

    Ash…..
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

  13. Deepthi says:

    Hi sailu,
    will this recipe workout without baking powder/baking soda?!
    Thanks
    Deepthi

  14. Such mouth watering dish this is..all time favorite and loved by all. the clicks here are so mouth watering..slurrrrrrrrp…

  15. sudha says:

    love pani puri

  16. Shubha says:

    Wow. lovely mouth watering pani puris. :)
    Was looking for a gud pani puri recipe… this is just perfect…
    I prepare sweet chutney by grinding dates soaked in warm water with tamarind and little jaggery and salt to taste. Can I use the same as sweet chutney for this pani puri. Any changes?

    • Sailu says:

      Yes, you can use that chutney too. I will blog sweet chutney recipe sometime this week, which has a few additional spices in addition to your recipe, Shubha.

  17. Mona says:

    Sailaja, I will definitely be visiting your blog for the Street Food special series which you plan to showcase.
    I do not think Urad dal flour is available at my place. I haven’t seen or heard about Urad dal flour until now. Could you tell me in what else preparations do you use this flour Sailaja? I am interested to know. Also can I make home-made urad dal flour. How do I? Thanks.

    • Sailu says:

      Yes, you can make store bought urad/urid dal powder. Just dry roast on low to medium flame till the urad dal (without husk) turns lightly red. Cool and grind to a fine powder. If in India, you can send it to the flour mill to get it ground. You can use this to prepare savory items like chakkali/murukku or a sweet item like Sunni Undalu.

  18. shireesha says:

    WOW SAILU…………

    I’M A BIG FAN OF YOUR RECIPES…….

    PANI PURI LOOKS YUMMY AND I’M TRYING IT NOW….

    SHIREESHA.

  19. Girija says:

    Wonderful recipe. We never thought making mouthwatering ‘pani puri’ is so easy. Thanks a lot for giving a variety of recipes which i am sure no other than Sailooji would do. I would like to learn Pootha rekulu. Please give us the recipe.

  20. Shruthi says:

    ok. fantastic. keeep going

  21. kumar says:

    super recipe

  22. lakshmi says:

    nice recipe…..I love pani puri and I had them with a filling of boiled chickpeas,onion and sweet chutney..dipped in tangy pani which tasted great.

  23. Maninas says:

    I’m really looking forward to the new series on street food! Thanks!

  24. Michelle says:

    We all love pani puri at home. Thank you for posting the recipe to make the puris. Would you be able to tell me how many puris does this recipe make. I dont know if udad flour is available and I’m going to try this using maida like you suggested.
    I am looking forward to the rest of the recipes this month already.. We love to eat Indian Street Food and miss it so much being away from home.

    • Sailu says:

      Well, I didn’t count the number of pooris that I prepared with the above measurements. I sent a packet of these pooris to my friend, so I really am not sure, Michelle. Sorry about that. But they make a LOT. :)

  25. priya says:

    Hello Sailu gaaru,

    Lovely recipe. My husband loves Paani puri. He can have it for dinner also.
    I will try to make it in the weekend. This recipe is posted in Sakshi paper today. (http://epaper.sakshi.com/Details.aspx?id=393770&boxid=29640374)
    No courtesy written.
    Priya.

  26. Preeti says:

    Hey Sailu, pls pass this lovely pani puri… I just love this at any time :)

  27. Divya Premanand says:

    Dear Sailu,

    Thank you for this recipe .. I just ground the Urad dal into Urad dal flour .. but I did not know that we had to roast it before .. would it make much of a difference if I used unroasted Urad dal flour ? Do let me know .. and thank you for the wonderful recipe.

  28. Ann says:

    Ooohhh…I am so glad you are doing these posts, I love snack food and would really like to learn how to make them at home myself! Thanks!

  29. jyothi says:

    Hi Sailu,
    I love your recipes, today i tried this recipe,but somehow they came soggy,they look perfect in shape and color and but not cripsy as strore brought puris.oil was very hot and puris were popped right back,please let me know what could be the issue.
    Thanks!

    • Sailu says:

      Jyothi, reduce flour quantity and increase sooji. Use very fine sooji. Another tip, is try to use soda water (with fizz) instead of water to make the dough. Add little by little while making the dough. And roll out very think puris.

    • Sonal says:

      The oil should not be very hot, the puri should not turn brown immediately. Slow cooked puris will be crisp.

  30. latha says:

    Dear Mam

    I am really pleased and glad to see this receipe as my husband and me are chats lovers, where ever we go we try to have different variety of chats.

    Surely, i will try this one, no doubt.

    thanks a lot

  31. shaikhmohammed says:

    hello sailuji, since you r giving us fantastic chaat recipes, i would like to request you to pls give me some exotic chaat recipes like- mathura ki chaat- agra ke bhalle- spicy rasgulla chaat. etc. i have heard lot about these dishes but dont know how to make them. pls check it up and update us. thanks

  32. Sathya says:

    Hi Sailu,
    Thank u very much for ur recipe.. Can u pls let me know the brand for amchur powder and chaat masala… I think it gives a great taste to this recipe..

  33. Sathya says:

    Thanks a lot for ur reply Sailu.

  34. Ramya says:

    Hi Sailuji,

    I am so crazy about pani puri. I tried it today. The puri was not so chrunchy, it was bit soft. Did I do anything wrong? What is the reason for that? Can u pls clarify me…

    • Sailu says:

      Sometimes the quantity of atta and maida used can lead to limp puris. Do not worry. Next time, use only semolina and avoid atta and maida completely. You will get crisp puris.

  35. Ramya says:

    Thank you Sailuji. Let me try and give u the comments..

  36. komal says:

    sat shri akal
    tusi punjabi ja hindi de vich reciepe nahi likh sakde please

  37. sunitha says:

    hi sailaja garu
    even i am from vizag and proudly tell my friends that u r also from vizag :)
    lovely recipe and i am trying it today
    thanks a lot.

  38. Archana says:

    Hi Sailu,
    I tried out your Panipuri recipe.It was simply superb.
    It was raining and a perfect weather to have these yummy pani puries….
    Lots nd lots of praises for the superb recipe…..

  39. anu says:

    like them all.. very nice… will try one day.

  40. Neelima Deshpane says:

    Dear Shailu im from karnataka i love pani puri very much thanks for
    such lovely dish

  41. shajeetha says:

    Wonderful receipies ,the colour of the Receipies are looking so beautiful,thankyou very much to provide like this .

  42. raj says:

    bahut achaa

  43. jenny says:

    hi, your recipe is really nice ,,thanks for ur recipe and i have a doubt, i live in china, here we dont get sooji ,,,,,, but we are getting something similar 2 sooji which is made of corn..so can i use that instead?

  44. Harv Kay says:

    I just returned from Mumbai. It was my first trip. Marvellous and amazing city and country! India on its way and nothing is going to stop it. It’s food is exceptional. The pani puri is such a simple dish and beautiful in idea and rich in taste. This is excellant idea to share with children – 1teachingkids.blogspot.com. provides ideas about teaching kids while cooking and pani puri should be one of those.

  45. anu says:

    i’m so crazy abt panipuri.its really nice

  46. anu says:

    hi, sailu please can u tell me how to prepare the sweetchutney in panipuri and varieties of chocolates..please………………..

  47. Rahul says:

    Thanks…We just had it…But we bought puri packet from the store..for the rest we followed your reciepe …

  48. kamoo says:

    i would like to try your recipies i havent got any of your recipies thanks

  49. Fanah says:

    Hi sailu..Plz reply me..Hw to mke swt chutney

  50. geetha says:

    i love panipuri soooooooooo much super recipie

  51. pooja says:

    i love panipuri sooooooo much. thank u sailu . its so yummy and so tasty.me and my friends used to eat it every day after school. i will remember those days foreverrrrrrrrr. i love it:-)

  52. Lola says:

    Hi I tried it but d puris went soggy:(
    It was ok for 5 min n thn it just got soft like normal puris:)

  53. giga says:

    nice recipie

  54. Sajay says:

    where the fuck is the inside sabji!!!!!!!!!!!

  55. roopa says:

    hey.. hi… sailu..

    thanks a lot for ur dish.. actually iam staying in sandiego where its practically impossible to eat the mouth watering pani puris here.. iam wondering how to make it at home.. incidentally gt to knw abt ur site…all the best.. bye

    • Namratha Smg says:

      My dad likes pani puri very much. That’s why i hav decided to make it at home and he will be happy Thanks for the recipe yaar.

  56. Dinky5star says:

    oiee yaar..dammi recipe kaam chalau cha..:P

  57. Dinky5star says:

    oiee yaar..dammi recipe kaam chalau cha..:P

  58. Akshita agnihotri says:

    dekh kar hi itna maza aa raha he khaungi to shayad nipat hi jaun thanxx for d recipe

  59. Akshita agnihotri says:

    dekh kar hi itna maza aa raha he khaungi to shayad nipat hi jaun thanxx for d recipe

  60. Akshita agnihotri says:

    dekh kar hi itna maza aa raha he khaungi to shayad nipat hi jaun thanxx for d recipe

  61. Akshita agnihotri says:

    dekh kar hi itna maza aa raha he khaungi to shayad nipat hi jaun thanxx for d recipe

  62. Pritu 1997 says:

    My mom likes pani puri very much. That’s why i hav decided to make it at home and give her as diwali gift. She will be happy b’coz me kabhi koi kaam nahi karti. Thanks for the recipe yaar.

  63. Pritu 1997 says:

    My mom likes pani puri very much. That’s why i hav decided to make it at home and give her as diwali gift. She will be happy b’coz me kabhi koi kaam nahi karti. Thanks for the recipe yaar.

  64. Afiyah says:

    i loveeeeeeeeeeee panipuriiiiiiiiii

  65. Afiyah says:

    i loveeeeeeeeeeee panipuriiiiiiiiii

  66. Mannat says:

    its really mouthwatering panipuris .i just lve it .thanks a lot for this recipie.

  67. Mannat says:

    its really mouthwatering panipuris .i just lve it .thanks a lot for this recipie.

  68. Tarun Singh says:

    abhi mu me pani aa gaya ahh………..

  69. Fathima Noureen says:

    Your recipes are not good but excellent!!!

  70. Sumitraswain says:

    how to prepare panipuri

  71. Reshmi says:

    im gonna try it 4 sure… lov it…

  72. Reshmi says:

    im gonna try it 4 sure… lov it…

  73. Harsimranjeetsingh says:

    it is a wonderful experience

  74. ANURIMABITZ19 says:

    PICS ARE VERY YUMMY TO SEE

  75. Pani Puri (or phuchka) is a great fast food item and I just love it… here’s my version for preparing this at home. Learned the technique from my mom… Enjoy.

    http://www.bestofkanchan.com/indian-recipes/home-made-pani-puri-phuchka-gol-gappa/

  76. Summer mehra says:

    i loveee panii puriii

  77. Zuyena says:

    I just love panipuri very much its delicious.mmmmm

  78. Suzicarl2 says:

    hi sailu,
    Is there any alternative for urad dal floor ?

  79. Suzicarl2 says:

    hi sailu,
    Is there any alternative for urad dal floor ?

  80. Suzicarl2 says:

    hi sailu,
    Is there any alternative for urad dal floor ?

  81. Jan111 says:

    superrrrrrrrrr delicioussssssssss

  82. Jan111 says:

    superrrrrrrrrr delicioussssssssss

  83. GEETA says:

    DEAR SAILUJI, YESTERDAY I TRIED YOUR PANI PURI RECIPE., IT WAS WONDERFUL. EVERYBODY ENJOYED . THANKS FOR THE RECIPE

  84. GEETA says:

    DEAR SAILUJI, YESTERDAY I TRIED YOUR PANI PURI RECIPE., IT WAS WONDERFUL. EVERYBODY ENJOYED . THANKS FOR THE RECIPE

  85. GEETA says:

    DEAR SAILUJI, YESTERDAY I TRIED YOUR PANI PURI RECIPE., IT WAS WONDERFUL. EVERYBODY ENJOYED . THANKS FOR THE RECIPE

  86. GEETA says:

    DEAR SAILUJI, YESTERDAY I TRIED YOUR PANI PURI RECIPE., IT WAS WONDERFUL. EVERYBODY ENJOYED . THANKS FOR THE RECIPE

  87. Panchamiphadke says:

    hey… i tried preparing dis… dat was awesum!!!!! gud job…;) luv it…

  88. Panchamiphadke says:

    hey… i tried preparing dis… dat was awesum!!!!! gud job…;) luv it…

  89. hyghgtr says:

    not nice

  90. vipin says:

    mast…..

  91. thaarika says:

    thnk u fr d recipe:)

  92. Rashmi says:

    how to prepare panipuri testy in home

  93. tero tauko says:

    it looks good n healthy..but when i type down best pani puri i didnt appear in da good ranking….do google listing for your business….tc

  94. lado kha says:

    yummy…..

  95. bruno da randa.. says:

    lado kha lado….muzi rundi ko bann…muzi ..pett dukcha yo lado pani puri khayio bhan…rundi ko bann…lado jasto..

  96. john says:

    i think it is so delicious

  97. john says:

    i think it is so delicious

  98. john says:

    thek kar hi khana ka man karta ha

  99. john says:

    thek kar hi khana ka man karta ha

  100. john says:

    thek kar hi khana ka man karta ha

  101. Sid says:

    Hi i tried your recipe it was really simple to follow however my puris flattened…wat did i do wrong?

  102. Sid says:

    Hi i tried your recipe it was really simple to follow however my puris flattened…wat did i do wrong?

  103. Sid says:

    Hi i tried your recipe it was really simple to follow however my puris flattened…wat did i do wrong?

  104. Sid says:

    Hi i tried your recipe it was really simple to follow however my puris flattened…wat did i do wrong?

  105. pandu says:

    i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee pani puri very very very very much

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  109. Shaista khan says:

    hmmmmmm…… yummy… i lyk 2 eat u vry vryy nd vryyy much my dear pani puri or gol gappa or puchka……my mouth iz wtrng..!!!!!!!

  110. ...... says:

    I knw 2 make bttr than u?????

  111. ritu says:

    ritu- opsss i love pani puri

  112. Joydip says:

    YUM YUM YUM YUM YUM YUM

  113. Shahneetu says:

    i love panipuri………………yummy…….

  114. Aartichauhan63 says:

    oh i just love pani puri like anything…. i will definitely make it at home

  115. i love panipuri…..thanksss to help me

  116. Manishrock055 says:

    thanx for this recipe……

  117. ASTIKSINGH123 says:

    ASTIK 1995 IT WAS JUST LIKE GOL GAPPA

  118. Laro Getidea says:

    yummy

  119. SMILE_SANU177 says:

    ARE U MAD PRITU 199

  120. Lover says:

    they turned out to be a bit sour

  121. Lakskovvuri says:

    U r encouraging me to learn and cook with your mouth watering pics.

  122. Ash says:

    People need to stop posting things like I love pani puri’s obvs you do if u are asking for the recipe a simple thanks would do ennit I am probs to young to say this but you need to stop posting silly comments a thank you would do we don’t need to know your life ye ….
    I’m born in the uk and i am a Sikh wen I go to India I do love pani puri but unoe I’m more into English stuff coz I’m born there anyway jus shut up with ur silly comments we know u love it…
    I’ve gone through ALL the comments and it’s jus the same thing so STOP

  123. Saket says:

    excellent

  124. shalini says:

    hi…i tried it it came gud and it was very tasty to have

  125. Dee Gee says:

    Hi, fond fond memories! Not to take anything away from this fab post but I am an editor, and what’s about to follow is an occupational hazard: It’s Gol Gappa in North India (not East India) or Puchka in East India (not North India). I’m originally from Tamil Nadu/Kerala but culturally a Bengali born and brought up in Maharashtra so I’ll defend the puchka to death 😀

  126. tanu says:

    Just wanted to knoe dat this paani can b made widout pudina n dhania…plz rpl

  127. maria cinthya says:

    ammmmmmm it’s very yummy to see

  128. safiya zenia says:

    i loveeee pani puri sooo mch….bt i cnt eat mch in d monsoon season out side….nw i have a recipe so tht i cn eat nw in tht season as well…..thakzzzz

  129. Sunassee Nishma says:

    miam

  130. Azba says:

    Hi im planning to try this tom, is there a substitute for mchur pwder or can v omit it?

  131. sania says:

    i luv pani puri vry vry much thank u vry much sailu for your sweet recipe darling…….

  132. rean90 says:

    super car where do you buy

  133. Teri Sullivan Kinard says:

    Sounds so yummy.Wish the USA had the correct ingredients!!!

  134. kanika singh raghvanshi says:

    i like n luv to eat pani puri . i wasnt knowing how to make puri so now i came to know thanku so much i will make it definately n comment how was it

  135. sivu says:

    Could you put the recipe to make gol gappas the delhi style….there are no kaccha onions in that recipe…and there are three different chutneys too…..the pani is quite teekha also!!

  136. Colette says:

    I just bought some ready-made pani puris and was thinking the homemade variety must taste so much better. Going to have to give it a go w your recipe. Cheers!

  137. Dolly Bhattacharya says:

    Its wrong to say phuchka in North India, its in East like West Bengal and Gol Gappa in North India.

  138. pragati says:

    Wat can we use instead of pudina patta.???

  139. samip says:

    i love so i want to make it

  140. samip says:

    i loveeeeeeeeeeeee pani puri sooooooooooooooooo much + my sister also love it

  141. samaneh says:

    Hi dear
    I’m samaneh from Iran
    Nice to visit ur kitchen.I think Indian foods r very yummy.ur pics r very nice too.a question!…
    Is it neccesary to use semolina?can I replace it with normal flour?
    Please reply me!
    And one tthing more!may I translate ur website and publish the recipes?

  142. kousikp says:

    me and my sister like pani puri much.. we have decided to prepare at home..

  143. Sonali says:

    I tried it with white channa and it worked wonders…you guys can try it too…the one given above is the recipe for gol gappa…not for pain-puri I am proper Bombayiite and know my chat like the back of my hands…so instead of going for spiced mashed potato, chopped onions you can also go for ‘Ragda’ from Ragda Patties that’s what a true Mumbaikar would crave for…or if u r a true Delhiite go for the above recipe.

  144. Mala says:

    Thanks for the recipe. I love your website and all your recipes. And have tried out a few. Now I will try pani puri. Thanks.

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