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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

SEV POORI
       
 I have an endless love towards chat items… Right from my childhood days I love all the chat items… And after long time I tried this today,a real treat for my taste buds!! I referred vah chef for the puri recipe and Priya’s blog for sweet chutney.


SWEET CHUTNEY

SWEET CHUTNEY

INGREDIENTS

Dates(de seeded) 12-14 nos.
Tamarind 1 tblsp tightly packed
Jaggery 1 tblsp
Red chilli powder 3/4  - 1 tsp
Chat masala 3/4 tsp
Jeera,roasted and powdered 1 tsp
Salt and water As needed

Method:

  1. Pressure cook the dates and tamarind with very little water upto 3 whistles.
  2. Cooked dates and tamarind
  3. Cool down and extract a thick juice from tamarind,grind the dates in to smooth paste..
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  5. Mix the tamarind extract,dates paste,jaggery,water and bring to boil.
  6. Mix,boil
  7. Add red chillie powder,chat masala .
  8. Add red chilli.chat masala
  9. Add the roasted jeera powder lastly and give a boil.
  10. Add powdered jeera
  11. Let the chutney be thick like the tomato sauce in consistency.

Notes

  • You can add raisins along with dates too.
  • Can be stored for a month in refrigerator.

SWEET CHUTNEY

PURI FOR SEV POORI | PANI POORI | DAHI POORI

INGREDIENTS:

Rawa/semolina/sooji 1/4 cup
Maida/all purpose flour 1 tsp
Warm water or Club soda water*(Storngly recommended) As needed
Salt As needed
*Edited to add: I tried with soda water after seeing in few other sites,it is more easier and never fail method,so I recommend using soda water,if in case you dont have soda water, you can use warm water…

METHOD:

  1. Sprinkle warm water/Soda just enough needed and make a crumbly looking sooji as shown in the picture.
  2. Crumbly texture
  3. Then add maida and knead well for 10 minutes and add a tsp of oil towards the end.
  4. Add maida and make dough
  5. The dough should be stiff and smooth,so better be careful while adding water and maida. (adding more maida or water will make the poori chewy).Keep aside for 15 minutes.
  6. Stiff smooth
  7. Roll in the dough on a  clean counter top.Roll very very thin,it was bit hard for me,but still its possible. Cut into small rounds using a lid(I used my mini coffee filter’s lid)
  8. Roll thin and cut into circles
  9. Prick with fork if you dont want the pooris to puff up. Heat oil and fry the pooris over medium flame till crisp.
  10. Puffed crispies

You can store in airtight container for a week.

Pooris for Chaat items

For Making SEV POORI :

Sev poori

Sev Puri recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Snacks
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 25 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients


Crispy Pooris  8-10 nos. 
Sev  1/2 cup 
Potato  1 no.,boiled and cubed 
Onion  1/2 ,finely chopped 
Tomato  1/2,finely chopped 
Sweet chutney  2-3 tsp 
Green chutney  2-3 tsp 
Chopped Coriander  1 tblsp 
Chat masala  1/2 tsp 
Lemon juice  1 tsp 

Method

  1. Break the pooris in a plate and sprinkle all the ingredients one by one. I used lemon juice to mix it with onion.
  2. Ingredients Sev pooriPotatoonion tomatoall together

Enjoy a hearty,yummy,delicious SEV POORI !! Consume as soon as you mix...

Sev poori

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73 comments:

  1. looks very colorful and yummy. who doesn't like chaat!

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  2. Lovely post with explanations. Simple yet colourful and catchy

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  3. love it da ... chat is very inviting

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  4. so colourful...i juz love those puris..n simple too.. lovely clicks!

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  5. OMG... awesome clicks ... feeling too hungry now early morning craving for those chaat items ..

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  6. Hi Rajeswari,

    Chaat is welcome anytime...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  7. Homemade chat sounds and looks so gud...clear and bright pics

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  8. Perfect Looking chutney as well as Sev Puri Raji!! As usual Drooling Clicks!!!

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  9. I love it so so so much :) I can live on chaat and this one is too damn tempting :) Wish I can come to your place and have it right now :) slurp.. I'm drooling :) your stepwise pics are the best I have seen so far :) hats off :)

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  10. Looks so yummy and the perfect snack for such a cold evening..Good shots..

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  11. Lovely post raji. Amazing clicks :)

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  12. Chutney, poori , sev...the whole platter is mouthwatering...Colorful clicks.

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  13. Wow..if only I could get a taste of that..this is what I would really call mouthwatering!


    US Masala

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  14. looks super delicious. Yum!!

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  15. mouthwatering dish looks ki grab it just now. crisy tasty

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  16. Wow....lovely Chat dear..Kudos to all the hardwork you put in to make this chat from the scratch...thanks for sharing the puri recipe....loved it!

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  17. Wow delicious looking sev-poori love to have it with lot of sweet chutney humm mouth watering...

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  18. Love the Dates chutney. Beautiful presentation for this tangy chaat recipe.

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  20. This is the first time am getting the courage to comment :P You are doing a great work! and all your recipes are very good..i am a budding cook and i particularly like ur presentation which makes things look so easy :) Keep up the good work :D

    Jay

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  21. Hi Jay,thanks so much for writing :) Thanks for the nice encouraging words :) Keep visiting !!

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  22. Looks really Yummy and colorful Raks. Love the step by step presentation

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  23. Very inviting sev poori...am drooling here..

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  24. How i wish i lived near you so i can eat all these traditional fair.

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  25. Sev Poori luks fantastic raji,lovely step vise pics...

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  26. tempting sevpoori, with nice stepwise pictures.The red chutney click is awesome and loved the click which has a sevpoori on the spoon. I too have bookmarked a chat recipe from vahchef a very long back, yet to try .
    varsha was drooling on seeing these

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  27. Tempting... ..
    I love Chat ..anytime and any hour...
    We normally serve Sev puri with whole papdi's in mumbai...This version is handy :)

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  28. Oh Raks!!! i m drooling over the pics!!!! I m craving for some now!!!!

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  29. I am amazed that you can make a small portion of the sweet chutney. I always land up making a pickle jar full of the chutney. Its nice to get a smaller portion.The chaat looks absolutely delicious.

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  30. Lovely post..so tempting,drooling.

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  31. ராஜி..சூப்பர்ப்...ஓவ்வொரு படங்களும் அருமை...டாப் டக்கர்...

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  32. exquisite clicks, raji. kalakkureenge!

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  33. belated Happy Diwali Raks. the sev puri recipe is superb...love this chutney.

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  34. Wow I am drooling raji..I can live in chaats all day and many days too.. I am too tempted and I do almost the same way. I usually do pooris and fill the boxes first day and next day is chaat day for us, enjoy everything in one shot. By the way all the clicks are very beautiful and last one is super !!! Hope u had nice chaat day !!!I too store this chutney and red chutney always in my fridge and make green chuteny when needed.

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  35. wow! Very tempting will must try this weekend ..:)lovely clicks

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  36. Wow!..I love it...I love chat in any form..the pics look tempting and delish! Its one of my favs...
    Lovely clicks!

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  37. Raji,

    Sev poori looks delicious and yummy. Nice chaat.

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  38. Sev Puri looks yummy and great clicks. So well presented. Excellent snack.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  39. Yummy and tempting sev puri.very colourful

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  40. OMG OMG I want this sev puri right now....mouth-droolinggggggggggg :)))))

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  41. Such vibrant pictures - absolutely tempting.

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  42. Yumm!! That looks fab!!

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  43. wow!!wonderful dish....looks colourful dear!!puri looks very cute!gud job!

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  44. Hi Raks, sevi puri looks so appetizing..Thanks a lot for giving the link to my blog. I was thrilled to see the link to my recipe. actually tarla dalal's..:-)

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  45. hey that's so colourful..great recipe and the stepwise pictures helps to understand...I must tell you I like all your recipes.

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  46. OMG !!!.. Looks so so so tempting dear.. awesome shots.. Gr8 job dear.. hats off !!

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  47. Nice clicks!The one with the fork is awesome. :)

    Yummy sev poori!

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  48. love chat anytime...would love to taste it right now!!Yumm!!

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  49. Love chaats and that too home made ones, can finish them all :)

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  50. That sweet chutney looks amazing.

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  51. It looks soo very tempting..

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  52. Really this is tempting.. will make it for sure...

    Jyothivalaboju

    http://shadruchulu.com/english

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  53. Raji,check this link for a sweet award! :)

    http://mahikitchen.blogspot.com/2010/11/blog-post_12.html

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  54. oh my its too good to eat!

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  55. Mouthwatering caht Raji, evne though i had my dinner i want to grab and have , awesome clicks and presnetation.

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  56. very lovely chat and superb clicks.....

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  57. Wow very yummy really love it.Is it compulsory to use the dates.Will sure give a try this weekend.

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  58. Raji akka, your blog has become my one stop reference for all my veg items. When I got married I did not know to cook. When I moved here to UK, all I know was sambar and rasam. Today, I can do anything I want just with the help of your blog. Many thanks.

    I tried Sev, Panipoori and sweet chutney by following steps in the blog and everything came out well. Both my hubby and daughter loved it.

    Waiting to try hands on many more items, shortly. Thanks. When ever someone appreciates my food, I whole heartedly thankyou and Rajesh tells them to refer Rakskitchen.

    Soon you will have a big fan club in Belfast.

    Sumathy

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  59. Raji akka, your blog has become my one stop reference for all my veg items. When I got married I did not know to cook. When I moved here to UK, all I know was sambar and rasam. Today, I can do anything I want just with the help of your blog. Many thanks.

    I tried Sev, Panipoori and sweet chutney by following steps in the blog and everything came out well. Both my hubby and daughter loved it.

    Waiting to try hands on many more items, shortly. Thanks. When ever someone appreciates my food, I whole heartedly thankyou and Rajesh tells them to refer Rakskitchen.

    Soon you will have a big fan club in Belfast.

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  60. awesome explanation....beautiful blog...happy to follow u....

    Lavanya
    www.lavsblog.com

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  61. What a wonderful website!!loved all ur recipes and ur detail....ur photograhy is just awesome......:)nice work and keep going!!

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  62. Hey.
    I tried this dish.it came out very well.

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  63. Hi,
    This is awesome! You are doing a fantastic job... This is the first time I am commenting however, have been following you for some time now..
    This is my blog do check it :)

    http://mycookspace.blogspot.co.uk/

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  64. i tryD DIs DiSh....IT wS mAsT n WNdrFuL

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  65. Hi,
    All your recipes are awesome... I tried most of them and came out very good. I also learnt how to present it :)
    I tried the pooris for pani poori but it wont come out round/ spherical... Most of them were like flat and only few came out good...
    I have 2 questions...
    1. Is sooji raw or fried ?
    2. Is it ok to use eno instead of club soda ?
    tnx :)

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    1. Raw sooji only, eno can be mixed in water and use in place of soda. Make sure u roll thin and oil is hot to get fluffy poori

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    2. I'm die heart fan of uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu n i m loving whole recipes in your index n awesome flavored recipes thnxxxx a lot byeeeeeeeeeee..

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  66. I'm in love with your presentation, and have tried out your recipes.My family has loved every dish inspired from your blog!Thanks, keep updating.

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  67. ooooo!!!!! it is toooooo goooood to eat. God Bless YOu

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  68. Which soda water did you use here? I stay in Singapore also please share the brand...Thanks.

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