Sev Puri


Ingredients (Translation)

For Puris

1/2 cup All purpose Flour (Maida)
1/2 cup Sooji
Salt to taste
Oil to fry

For Sev

1 cup Gram Flour
1/4 cup Rice Flour
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
Oil to fry

Other ingredients

2 tbsp curd
1 Boiled potato
1 Finely chopped onion
Chat Masala
Green Chutney
Sweet Chutney
Finely chopped coriander leaves and grated carrot to garnish (optional)

Mix the ingredients for puris with water to make a not very soft dough. Roll them into rotis and using some lid of small round steel box, press the lid on the rotis to get small round puris.

Using a knife, make small holes in these puris so that they remain flat when fried.

Heat oil and deep fry them till golden brown.

For preparing sev, mix the ingredients with water to get a soft dough. Put this in the machine with small holes and press directly to make sev in hot oil. Remove from oil when the hissing sound stops and the sev changes colour.

Crush the sev finely.

See here for the meetha chutney recipe. Ingredients remain the same. You just have to heat them to get the desired thickness. Green chutney is made by grinding coriander leaves, green chilly and salt.

Now for arranging it.

Place the puris on the plate. Cut the potatoes into thin slices and place one each on the puris. Sprinkle some salt and chat masala powder on the potatoes. Add onions, Sweet chutney, curd and green chutney. Finally add lots of crushed sev on it and garnish with finely chopped coriander leaves and grated carrot.

Sev puri as tasty as you get in chat shops is ready to eat.

To make task easier, you could even opt to purchase readymade nylon sev from the market. Also the puris neednt be made just before serving. You can make them well in advance and store them in an air tight container.
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9 comments:

Saju said...

tasty chat recipe. Looks so tasty

Sumitha said...

Yummy!I have always hesitated to make the puris at home bcoz I wondered if they would turn out crisp.Guess the rava will do the trick!

easycrafts said...

Thanks Saju...

Yes sumitha, you can even make the puris completely with rava...here in bangalore we get a finer version of rava called chiroti rava..it comes out great with it.

Seena said...

Am seeing this first time..thanks for the wonderful recipe..

Vcuisine said...

A tasty snack EC. Very nice. Viji

Neelam said...

Wow one of my favourite chaat item!
Thanks for sharing the recipe of puris...never made at home!Will try soon.

Anonymous said...

the sev puri looks delicious! how i would love to have some right now!:)
paati

Namratha said...

Awesome, sev puri looks delicious! Send me a plate..:)

easycrafts said...

Thanks seena, viji, neelam, pati and namrata....all of u are welcome to have some sev puris

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Simple Indian food blog (author- EC) is the legal copyright holder of the material and pictures in this blog and it may not be used, reprinted, or published without the written consent of the author. All the measures used in the recipes are approximate. Please adjust the spices as per your taste. For any queries, please email us at easycrafts@gmail.com