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Tuesday, November 1, 2011


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     I had bhel puri in Kailash Parbhat once and totally loved it. Since we went for lunch buffet, the chaat items were unlimited. And we all enjoyed the delicious chaat very well.  Since I made Sev for Diwali, and I had some puffed rice that I bought for Saraswathi pooja, I thought of making bhel puri/Poori at home. I thought first I will make the chutneys first today and tomorrow the chaat, but then could not control my craving for chaat and I was super bored today.
      I made chutneys first, then made papdi. If we have these things ready, then all we have to do is some shaking business for mixing all the ingredients to make bhel puri. So if you want the chutney recipe, you can click on the ingredients list that will take you to the respective recipes. I reffered Sailus food for this and also Jeyashri to get an idea about the ingredients. The ingredients can be added according to your taste bud.  So feel free to experiment with the ingredients. 
     Firstly lets see the papdi recipe.  This can be used in all varieties of chaat recipes…

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Papdi recipe - Ingredients

Maida/ All purpose flour 1 cup
Oil/ghee 1 tblsp
Ajwain/Kalonji seeds 1 tsp
Salt As needed
Water As needed
Oil For deep frying

Method

  1. Mix flour, oil/ghee, ajwain and salt well and then add water to make a stiff dough. Cover and keep aside for 30 minutes. pd1
  2. Again knead well to form a smooth dough and roll into big thin circles. Cut into small circles using any lid or a round cookie cutter. pd2
  3. Prick with fork to avoid puffing and deep fry in hot oil both sides in medium flame until golden in colour.
  4. pd3
  5. Drain in paper towel and store in airtight container after cooling down.

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 Bhel Puri Recipe

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Bhel puri recipe

Indian Snacks
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 0 mins    Serves: 4

Ingredients

Puffed rice/Pori 2 cups
Sev 1/2 cup
Green chutney  2 tsp
Sweet chutney 1 tblsp
Onion 1 , chopped finely
Tomato 1 ,chopped finely
Coriander Leaves 2 tblsp, chopped finely
Lemon juice 2 tsp
Chilli powder 1/4 tsp
Chaat masala 1 tsp
Peanuts (otional) 1 –2 tblsp
Pomegranate 2 tblsp
Papdi 6-8 , broken roughly
Boiled potato 1, chopped into chunks

Method

  1. Take a bowl,large enough to mix all these ingredients and keep them ready before you start. Firstly add the chutneys,lemon juice,chaat masala and chilli powder. (add more of sweet chutney)bp1
  2. Mix it and add onion,tomato,potato,coriander leaves, pomegranate with the salad fork. Then add the puffed rice and toss well. bp2
  3. Lastly add the sev and papdi and mix well. bp3

Serve immediately. After some time the puffed rice becomes soft, I love that way too :)

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70 comments:

  1. Just feel like grabbing it!yumm!

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  2. The papdi and the bhel puri looks delicious and appetizing !

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  3. U made me crave for this delicious bhel early in the morning. Gorgeous clicks and yummy chat

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  4. wow delicious and tempting chat,u have done it Perfectly...

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  5. aha! now that you know how to make this, you have to invite friends over! chaat party! *hint hint* :D

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  6. Making papdi from scratch is something I've wanted to do for a long time.Love the chat bowl!

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  7. colourful bhel puri!!!perfect papdi!!nice click dear!

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  8. papdi is my fav..I can eat it as a snack..n ofcourse bhel is everyone's fav..looks perfect

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  9. This looks lip smacking ~ how I wish you lived nearby so I could enjoy your creations on regular basis :))
    USMasala

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  10. Wow..This is delicious...Totally yummy

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  11. Nice kick start after diwali badshanams..Luv the first pic and papdi ones..

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  12. I just wanna grab that bowl of super tempting & inviting bhel puri!!! Who can resist them??!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. Simply delicious and tangy looking bhelpuris. One of my all time favorite street food.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Again..the pictures..are awesome :) Super tempting chat..!! Early morning..! and I am craving for this..!!

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  15. hi raks
    it looks perfect!!i will try it.thanks.

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  16. Raji u really have lot of patience :) needless to say its amazing..It looks fresh and colorful..

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  17. Looks so colorful and inviting, Luv all those clicks, the props the base and needless to say the bhel...everything compliments each other. I am not a fan of bhel but ur version sounds very appealing :)

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  18. Made me crave for this and it is almost lunch time here Raji. Clicks are super duper good pa.

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  19. Btw, love the new header. Simple and elegant.

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  20. Raji your snaps are tempting me :)

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  21. looks so perfect raji......
    lovely clicks as usual :)

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  22. wow really super dooper hit!! i cont control myself after seeing ur pics i am drooling here n very appealing to the eyes....

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  23. Those papdis are very inviting....The bhel puri rouses my appetite for chaat

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  24. y dont u send the complete bowl .. so so good..papdis made to perfection.. love it..

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  25. Mouthwatering....as usual wonderful clicks

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  26. Always a best option for a evening snack.... clicks are wonderful.. looks yummmmyyyy.....

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  27. wow..love to munch now with my hot cuppa coffee watching rain..;)
    awesome presentation raks..!
    Tasty Appetite

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  28. Looks mouthwatering. Its been ages i made this :(

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  29. Super tempting and feel like grabbing it from the dhonnai

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  30. Wow the bhel puri is very tempting dear.Love it.

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  31. Looks so colorful and inviting, Luv all those clicks...

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  32. Bhel poori is so tempting raji! Its been a real long time I made any chat item at home. Nice clicks too! :)

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  33. Such tempting pics!! I so want to have bhel puri right away.

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  34. Mouthwatering,makes me crave for this..yum

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  35. Colorful n yummy.. Good one Raks

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  36. can i grab that plate?? looks perfect

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  37. good raji. i have never tried papadi, will give a try

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  38. hey raks tried ur papdi the taste was gr8 but it turned out like puri even after pricking with fork ..can u clarify what went wrong....the texture was not crispy pls help

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  39. Great presentation!! Love the delightful photos of an all time favorite snack!

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  40. The bhel puri looks so inviting and the clicks are beautiful.

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  41. ooohhh...how yumm! one can never go tires of bhel how many ever times a post is made on it! thanks for the pappdi recipe !

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  42. Yumm yumm bhel puri and u made me crave.

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  43. WOW...sooooo yummmy !

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  44. Wowo how i wish i could grab that plate. Super yumm.

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  45. Super yum...that bowl is making me crave for it so much...long time I have not had chaat and after all the diwali sweets I think this is what my tongue is asking.

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  46. wow yummyyyyyyyyyyyyy

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  47. looks delicious raji, I always order bhel/pani at chat places, wants me to go there today after seeing this ;)

    http://ruchikacooks.com

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  48. wow, bhel puri looks just great, perfect papdi and its such a lovely recipe..superb clicks..

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  49. Now we are tempted with chaat like this one! Looks really superb!

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  50. Kailash parbat is still my favourite place to go to in Mumbai for chaat! Love bhelpuri and yours looks just right

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  51. This is making me crave for some now....Nice shot!

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  52. Immaculate Divya Bruno Sathyan, Sorry for the late reply, I think you should have added more water. Next time try to make a stiff dough, also cook in medium flame till it turns golden brown to turn crisp. Try pricking in more areas. Its very easy to get. Do try and see again

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  53. thanks raks for getting back ...will try next time and let u know and I was pretty sure I added a wee bit more than required ...but as I said the taste was gr8 ...love u and my wishes n prayers for ur culinary pursuits...

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  54. Wonderful bhel poori raji. It can beat evening snack time for sure.

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  55. Awesome Bhel Puri.....feel to have it now.nice presentation..All the best
    Keep growing :)

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  56. Luv the last pic,just feel like picking the bowl,..

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  57. Perfect Bhel puri.... Love your pictures!

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  58. Tried this bhel today n it turned out a big hit,...my 2 year old daughter loved the puris especially....

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  59. I tried this one too minus the sweet chutney & papdi, I used store bought mixture(the one sold in all sweet shops) instead for the crunch...came out good :)

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  60. Plese do mention how to prepare green and sweet chutney also

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  61. Click over the ingredients for the recipe link

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  62. it does not explain how green/swwet chutney is prepared or got??

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  63. I used to make bhel by dumping all ingredients at one go ..i knew it was a wrong method and then i found this on your site...followed ds n wow! It tastes superb!, hubby jst loved it! Thank uu Raks :)

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  64. I have only one question. Is the sev served hard right out of the package or do you cook it first?
    Oftentimes I saute it lightly in butter before adding rice and water and let it simmer 20 minutes or so with my rice.
    I am unsure how to use it in the Behl Puri recipe.

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