A snack with almost Iconic status in the western region of India, bhel puri (or bhelpuri) is a low-fat, nutritious, and delicious food.
Bhel Puri is a popular Indian savory snack made with puffed rice, tossed with Vegetables and tangy chutneys. It is a Chaat, which is a spicy food that is typically sold via street carts throughout the region, but you don’t have to go to Indian Streets to eat and Enjoy it.
Bhel puri a puffed rice snack that can be eaten by the spoonful or scooped onto a flatbread or chip. Some places serve it in a paper cone and it’s eaten directly from there, but when we make it at home, then we can eat in any kind of bowl.
In general, bhel puri is made with puffed rice and sev (a vermicelli-like snack made from gram flour), both of which are available at Indian all Stores.
These dry ingredients are then mixed with onions, potatoes, chat masala, which is optional and I don’t use for Bhel Puri Chat, whenever I make at home.
Bhel Puri is a popular street side food from India. Made using puffed rice and an amalgamation of spices and Chutneys, it is a treat to the taste buds.
Puffed rice and sev tossed with potatoes, onions, masalas and chutneys. This recipe uses a tangy coriander chutney along with a sweet dates chutney or any other Sweet Chutney.
Bhel puri is a light refreshing Indian snack food that comes together in minutes.
How to Make Bhel Puri
- Mix all together, garnish with sev and coriander leaves and serve.
- For the green chutney:
- Grind together equal quantities of coriander leaves, garlic to taste and green chilies and add some lemon juice, some Jaggery powder