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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Bhelpuri Chaat - South Vs North Challenge - 1



Divya Pramil of "You too can cook Indian food " started this South Vs North Challenge Event.Thanks a lot Divya.

I belong to Southern Group so I am sending this recipe since the North group challenged us. 
Linking this Bhelpuri Chat to Divya Pramil's SNC hosted by Shruti Rasoi.


I can say this Bhelpuri Chat brings the streets of North India home.Thanks Shruti. We all really enjoyed it.

Ingredients:

1 cup puffed rice
1/4 cup sev
4-5 papri (fried 
2 tbsp fried peanuts
1 boiled potato
 Chopped veggies (onion,tomato,cucumber)
2 tbsp tamarind chutney
2 tbsp green mint chutney
Lemon juice
Salt acc.to taste

For  Papri :
1Cup Maida
1/2Tsp Jeera
1Tbsp Oil
Salt to taste
Water to knead
Oil to fry

Add flour, jeera, salt and oil in a mixing bowl.Mix well, add water little by little and knead them to form a dough.Cover and keep aside for half an hour.Then roll it using rolling pin to a thin sheet and cut into small circles.Heat oil and fry them in batches.Drain them in kitchen tissues and keep aside.

For Tamarind Chutney :
100 gms Tamarind
150 gms Jaggery
1Tsp Jeera, Roasted and Powdered
1 Tsp Red chilli powder
1/2 Tsp Black Salt
1/2 Tsp Dry ginger powder
Salt to taste

Add 2  and half cups of boiled water to tamarind and keep aside for half an hour.Extract juice from it and boil in a heavy bottomed pan.Add jaggery, red chilli powder, Jeera powder, black salt, dry ginger powder and salt.Mix well and boil them until the chutney becomes semi thick.Remove and keep aside.

For Mint - Coriander Chutney :
1/2 Bunch Coriander leaves
1 Bunch Mint leaves
1 Raw Mango, chopped 
2 Green chillies
1/4 Tsp Jeera 
Salt to taste,

Add Mint, coriander leaves, chopped Mango, green chillies, jeera and salt in a mixie.Grind to a smooth paste by adding water.Remove and keep aside.

For garnishing:

  Fresh coriander leaves
Raw mango (peeled and finely chopped)
Sev





Steps to Follow:



Add crushed papri in a bowl.

Add puffed rice.
Now add the tamarind and mint chutneys.

Then add cooked mashed potato and chopped onion,tomato and coriander leaves.
Then add peanuts, lime juice and mix well. Mix gently till the mixture gets coated well with chutneys.

Garnish them with chopped raw mango, sev and coriander leaves.
Yummy Bhelpuri chaat is ready to serve.
Serve immediately.

Linked to SNC.



And also sending this recipe to Nithu's Healthy Chat for Kids.

14 comments:

Divya Pramil said...

Wow well made akka :) good work!! Loved it :)
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Priya said...

Super like, am drooling rite now here, eventhough i just finished mine few minutes back.

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

WOW Asiya ....
This looks yummy :-)
Good Work !!!
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Sanoli Ghosh said...

Love this bhelpuri chaat anytime...yummy...perfectly made dear...

Bhavna Bagri said...

all time favorite....looks so yummy...

Meena B said...

awesome u guys made papris urself and made it look even more yummy and delicious

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Swasthi said...

well done Asiya! bhelpuri chat looks great. glad to follow you. do visit my space when you find time
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Nabanita Das said...

Lovely once... Tasty Bhelpuri.
Nice blog...Dear.Happy Too Follow you also.

Julie said...

yummy bhelpuri !!
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PT said...

love this always..

thelady8home said...

Lovely looking bhel! My hubby loves bhel, and this has come as a boon. Now I can open any of the blogs, and click, bhel ready :)

Umm Mymoonah said...

Tangy, spicy and yummy snack.

Pallavi Purani said...

Love the presentation :)

సిరి said...

Well illustrated dear first time to ur place