Golgappa, a mouthwatering snack & also called Panipuri. It’s related to our childhood miscreants.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 30 – 40 minutes
Serving time : 5 minutes
1. Semolina (Rava)3 1cup
2. All purpose flour (maida)1/4 cup
3. Four medium sized potato
4. Three medium sized onion
5. Green chilli (optional)
6. Chaat masala 3 tbsp
7. Panipuri masala 3tbsp
8. Cumin powder 1tbsp
9. Red chilli powder 1/2 tbsp
10. Coriander powder 1/2 tbsp
11. Aloo bhujia (namkeen snack)
12. Salt to taste
13. Cooking oil
1. Boiled the potatoes.
2. Put semolina & maida in a bowl. Add salt to taste & knead a tight dough with lukewarm water. Cover the dough with wetted muslin cloth for half an hour.
3. Finely chopped onion .
4. Now mashed the boiled potatoes in a bowl, add chaat masala, chili powder, cumin powder , coriander powder, chopped onion, green chili, salt to taste, aloo bhujia & mix it. Panipuri’s stuffing is ready.
5. After 1/2 an hour remove the muslin cloth and knead the dough again for 2 minutes. Now roll small-small size puri or you can make a big chapati size & cut small pieces with round shape cutter & leave it for 2 -3 minutes.
6. Put a frying pan on the flame . Pour cooking oil in it & fry the puris from the both side till it turned golden brown. Keep it in a plate.
7. Now prepare the spicy water for golgappa. Take 500 ml water in a bowl, add 3 tbsp Panipuri masala, salt to taste, 1 tbsp chaat masala & mix it well.
8. Break the upper layer of Puri and filled the Panipuri stuffing which we made with potatoes.
9. You can garnish it with chopped onions & dip in a spicy water and have it quickly because water will make it soft. And feel the taste of crispy crunch of puri & sour- sweet, the piquant flavor of its water altogether in a single golgappa puri.
I always thought because of its spicy water its name will be Panipuri. Without spicy water its piquant flavor will be missed.
When the spicy water & puri meet, it becomes a complete mouth watery snack 🤤.