Party pani puri
- December 2019
- Makes 30 pani puri
- Hands-on time 40 min, oven time 20 min
Pani means water in Hindi and puri shells are fried crackers made from chickpea flour. Pani puri is a popular Indian street food that sees these crisp shells filled with a spiced chickpea and potato mixture, tamarind chutney and a coriander dressing.
In Georgina Hayden‘s own words: ”Trays of crunchy, tangy little pani puri that guests can assemble themselves make the perfect nibble and ice breaker with drinks.”
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- 1.9g (0.2g saturated)
- 10.4g (4.8g sugars)
Roast the chickpeas/potato and make the chutney and pani up to 1 day ahead. Keep covered separately in the fridge.
Pani means water in Hindi and puri shells are fried crackers made from chickpea flour. Find them at Asian supermarkets or redrickshaw.com. Alternatively, serve the pani in ramekins or on mini poppadums.
Jaggery, an unrefined sugar with a caramel flavour, is available from Asian grocers or souschef.co.uk.
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