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Bhel Puri Chaat

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Bhel Puri Chaat Recipe, Bhel Poori , How To Make Bhel Puri Chaat Recipe

Bhel Puri is one of the popular chaat in India and it is a delicious mixture.

Bhelpuri is actually a savory snack, as well as being a variety of chaat around the roads of Mumbai plus to the famous pav bhaji. It's made from puffed rice, potatoes and a number of hot and spicy sauces. The Bhelpuri may be prepared as you desire with lots of versions within it. Bhelpuri is really a renowned Indian Chaat especially offered close to the beaches of Mumbai.  People enjoy to have Bhelpuri nearby the beaches experiencing the... Read More..

About Recipe

Bhelpuri, Bhel Puri Chaat Recipe,

How to make Bhel puri Chaat

(96 ratings)
60 reviews so far
Prep time
7 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
17 mins
Bhel puri Chaat
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Puffed rice
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 06, 2017


Ingredients used in Bhel puri Chaat
• Sweet tamarind chutney - to taste.
• Green chutney - to taste.
• Carrot grated - 1 tablespoon.
• Cucumber (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Fresh tomato (chopped) - 2 number.
• Onion (chopped) - 1 number.
• Potato (chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Boondhi - 2 tablespoons.
• Sev - 2 tablespoons.
• Poha chudva - as required.
• Chaat masala - pinch.
• Red chilli powder - pinch.
• Puffed rice (pori or borugulu) - 250 grams.
• Papadi - as required.
Method:
  • Take a bowl add puffed rice add all other ingerdients execpt Sweet tamarind chutney and Green chutneyMix well
  • now add sweet chutney, green chutney mix well serve in a plate.
  • Top it of with sweet chutney,green chutney, coriander leaves if needed onions.





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Bhelpuri is actually a savory snack, as well as being a variety of chaat around the roads of Mumbai plus to the famous pav bhaji. It's made from puffed rice, potatoes and a number of hot and spicy sauces. The Bhelpuri may be prepared as you desire with lots of versions within it. Bhelpuri is really a renowned Indian Chaat especially offered close to the beaches of Mumbai.  People enjoy to have Bhelpuri nearby the beaches experiencing the waves.

 

Bhel is commonly recognized with the beaches of Mumbai, for example Gurgaon or Juhu. Bhelpuri is believed to possess originated in the Gucafes and street food stalls of Mumbai, as well as the recipe has unfold to the majority of areas of India whereby it's been altered to match regional food accessibility. It's also considered to be comes from Bhadang, a hot and spicy namkeen from Western Maharashtra. Dry Bhel is made from Bhadang,

 

It is a genuine fascinating experience of savoring your Bhel. Bhelpuri is additionally popular at Bangalore and typically referred to as Churu muri while in Kolkata is recognized as Jhaal Muri. Bhelpuri is widely accessible at the street side sellers. Bhelpuri is a tangy delicious snack and will be consumed instantly it's prepared. The Bhelpuri ought to be crispy. If not consumed instantly certainly they turn out to be soft due to the sauces combined in them.

 

To make the Bhelpuri really is easy and quick. In the bowl include crunchy puffed rice (popularly known as murmura in Hindi), poha and peanut blend, smashed sev and papdis, small chopped boiled potatoes, carefully sliced onions, chopped cucumber bits, chopped tomatoes, little green chillies if you would like it spicier, grated carrots and perfectly cut cilantro leaves.

 

Bhel puri can be offered in lots of ways, but it's generally offered in the paper folded such as a cone and it is eaten by using a paper spoon or with the papdi that is by itself an edible element of the bhel puri. In case you keep puffed rice, sev and papadi and refrigerate or freeze the chutneys, you are able to rustle up a large snack quickly for the starving children coming back from school.

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bskulldragon100 Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

whwere is the HD

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abhayp9 Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

I really hate cucumber in Bhel

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Falguni Jerajani Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

yum yum yum yum yum....delicyaso, looking lovely, very tempting, mouth is already watering...vah chef i always wish i cud taste from your plate :-) love u, thanks for the video

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asmukkar Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

you could also add a little yoghurt at the side

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K.E. Keith Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

You should put a list of the ingredients in the video description, makes it a lot easier to locate what you need to create these delicious dishes. :D

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dazigg Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

I apologize for my ignorance, but what is the ingredient that looks like bright yellow shreds or strings?

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K.E. Keith Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

Aaah, thank you! I hadn't considered his website. xD Thanks for you reply, man. :D

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MadDogMeh Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

ahhhH!!!!!!!!! I'm hunrgy!

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SupaAbzyBall Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

On the website mate!

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Mindseeker Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

Its called 'Sev" pronounced "Save". Its nothing but deep fried extruded (broken) noodles made from chickpea flour. You can find all the above ingredients in any Indian Store. Just ask for assistance...

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Mindseeker Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

Nothing beats a sweet, sour and a tangy Bhel, Chef!!! Keep 'em coming!

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CrazyabtSalman Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

thanks for sharing

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