But first, let us poke a hole on the top, push your stuffing in, dunk it in your ‘Pani’ and pop it in your mouth. Now we wait for the flavours to explode taking your soul to its happy high (clears my headaches and sinuses too sometimes)How was it? Good right!? Cool, we can now begin…You choose your lingo (I come from the state of West Bengal and we call them Puchka. Leave us a comment with yours…). Here we will stick to the standard name, Pani Puri. But whatever we call it, there is no denying that this street food holds a special place in most of our hearts and stomachs.
Today we bring you one out of the hundred different ways to make Pani Puri:Puri: we bought our premade (available in any Indian Grocery Stores). Easy!Stuffing: boil overnight soaked white peas with salt to taste. The filling must be semi-dry.Pani: combine 2:1 ratio mint and coriander, roaster cumin, asafetida, green chillies, lemon juice, black salt, normal salt to taste and raw mango powder in water.Next? you go back to where we started this caption from…Don’t forget to let us know how pleasurable the Pani dribbling from your mouth and tears streaming out of your eyes went. Enjoy!