Dahi Sev Puri

Dahi Sev Puri

A popular chaat recipe that is super quick to bring together. Cooked moong dal, chaat chutneys, beaten yogurt, puri, chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander leaves and sev are all you need to whip up a plate of Dahi sev puri.

How to make Dahi Sev Puri ~

In a wide plate, place pani puri and crush the tops. Fill each puri with cooked moong dal (optional), followed by chopped onions and tomatoes. Spoon some well beaten fresh salted yogurt, followed by green chutney and sweet chutney. Sprinkle chaat masala and pinch of red chilli pwd. Finish off with sev and garnish with fresh coriander leaves.

(Add boiled mashed potato before adding moong dal to prepare Dahi Sev Batata Puri)

Dahi Sev Batata Puri

Dahi Sev Puri

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 Serves: 2

 Main Ingredients:

  •  pani puri
  •   potato
  •   yogurt
  •   sev

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A popular chaat recipe that is super quick to bring together. Cooked moong dal, chaat chutneys, beaten yogurt, puri, chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander leaves and sev are all you need to whip up a plate of Dahi sev puri.

17 thoughts on “Dahi Sev Puri

  1. I love these…thanks Sailu for all your efforts and giving us ideas to make everybody happy at home.
    If possible, some time can you post a good raita recipe and curd rice recipe?

    Thanks a lot

  2. I looooove sev puri, I do not get fresh puris here, they are a bit costly and do not move fast, therefore smell rancid.
    I sometimes get so nostalgic and WANT sev puri, I make it using tortilla chips or scoops!

  3. Sailu,

    Looks like you are on a chaat mission! You are posting one chaat recipe after the other and making me nostalgic… I love chaat and am missing my college days… Thanks for this virtual treat!

  4. శైలజగారు. మీ పోస్టులతో ఊరించేస్తున్నారండి. అన్నీ అయ్యాక నేనూ ఒకేసారి సామాన్లు తెచ్చుకుని చెద్దామని అతి కష్టం మీదా ఆగుతున్నాను. ఇంతవరకు ఇచ్చినవి, ఇంకా ఇవ్వబోయేవాటికి అన్నింటికి కలిపి బోలెడు థాంక్స్..

  5. Sailu, Your Chaat series has been a great success!! Thanks for the wonderful recipes. For me, chaat, pani puri etc. is a distant memory and your recipes brought back some fond memories of carefree college days.

    Your blog has become a one-stop place for all kinds of recipes 🙂

  6. Hi Sailu,

    I love chats and your chat recipes are just amazing. I would like to know if you have recipes for Momos and pita bread? if so kindly email me. Thanks a lot

  7. Sailu garu..

    meeru chaats tho roju noru oorinchestunnaru..
    Coming to vizag in two weeks.. mee illu ekkadundo cheppandi.. vacchi valipothamu 😀

  8. hi, sailu garu
    tks for ur recipes. i regularly visit ur site. u have all kinds of recipes.
    i want one recipe, if possible pls do post this recipe that is attarasalu (they r even called arasalu). if u can post this recipe i will be glad.
    tks

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