Pani Puri

Recipe Info


Serves: 12


Calories: 130
Carbs: 43g
Fat: 4g
Protein: 9g

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Cooking Times

30 min
Preparation Time
0 Hours and 30 Minutes
10 min
Cook Time
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40 min
Total Time
0 Hours and 40 Minutes



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  1. In a mixing bowl, add the wheat flour, baking powder, semolina, and a pinch of kala namak, and add enough water to form a soft dough. Knead to a smooth texture
  2. Allow the soft dough to rest for half an hour, then make small balls using your hands and roll the balls into flat thin round shaped puri
  3. In the meanwhile heat the oil over medium heat. Add the puri to the oil and fry until crispy
  4. Puri Stuffing: Place the boiled channas, chopped onion, green chutney, tamarind paste, mashed potatoes, and salt in a mixing bowl and mix together
  5. Spicy Pani: Add the mint leaves, coriander leaves, green chilies, and lemon juice to a blenderi. Add as much water as you need to blend to the desired texture. Serve seperatly with the Puri. Enjoy!

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Usha Arya
Fantastic pani puri recipe. Tastes delicious. ❤️❤️ 5.00

Rajesh Bakshi
Great and easy panipuri recipe. Well done. 5.00

Gita Reddy
Wonderful Gol Gappa recipe. That is the name we call them. Thank you for giving us this recipe. I feel right at home. 5.00

Sri Ahuja
Good panipuri recipe. Really tasty. Exactly how it should be. 5.00

Rajendra Burman
Thank you for sharing this panipuri recipe. I like making these for my friends. Really delicous. 5.00

Sally Borrows
I only visited this page to see what the buzz is about. It looks like a great recipe from what I could see. Will definitely try this. 5.00

Sunita Khatri
Easy pani puri recipe. My children love this. We always eat them with aloo. Lovely recipe. 5.00

Kerry McMilne
Perfect pani puri recipe, Something even my children can make. For people who never tried these. Please do, they are really delicious. 5.00


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