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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Home made Gol Gappe(Pani Poori)


Oh man i miss street food in US..Back in India when ever we used to go to pani Poori shop they always ask "Aatte ke cahaye ki Sooji ke" and i love those atte one.We got them here also in Indian store.One day i thought of making them at home,searched so many site for the recipe but didnt get it ,all i got is the recipe for Sooji one.Finally my mom give me the recipe and here i go with it...................

1:4 ratio of sooji:wheat flour usually i take 1/2 cup of flour which gives me almost 50 pcs of poori
pinch of cooking soda
1 tsp of oil
Oil for Deep frying

1. Mix flour, Cooking Soda, salt , oil and knead well to make dough, leave it bit stiffer than normal.
2. Cover it with a wet towel and let it stand for 20 minutes.
3. Now Take a golf size ball and roll it as thin as possible and cut into small-small round with the help of cutter or any lid.
5. Remember to put the circles under a damp cloth as soon as you roll them(this is very imp).
6. Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan or karahi on high
7. Fry One poori at a time and as soon as u put it in pan turn it over and fry them till golden brown.
8. Take them out and put them on kitchen paper towel, to get rid of the extra oil.
9. Let them completely cool down before you put them into an airtight container.


Tap the Poori at the center lightly to make a hole in it.

Add about 1/2 teaspoon of the potatoes and 1/2 teaspoon of the boiled Moong/chole.

Dip the filled Poori into the chilled pani puri water and serve.

You can add the above ingredients into the Poori according to your taste.


Kiran said...

Amazingly Yummo...Mouth Watering..surely gonna try it out

Anonymous said...

lovely recipe

Trupti said...

Hey Rupali,
Welcome to blog world. You have nice collection of recipes..thanks for sharing.

Meenal said...

Hey Rupali,

Mouth watering receipes...