Bhelpuri- Puffed Rice Snack is an extremely popular Indian street food snack. This is a fantastic super simple to make a gluten-free snack.
Success of a good Papdi Chaat lies in how good the Papdi is. Papdis are deep fried, crisp, small flour crackers with either carom seeds or Kasuri Methi. They are used in most chaat snacks like Papdi Chaat, Sev Puri, Bhel Puri, etc. They can also be enjoyed just plain (and tastes similar to Namak Paray) or with a cup of… Continue reading →
Bhelpoori/Bhelpuri is a very famous chaat item from India especially from Mumbai. Bhelpuri is a mix of puffed rice (murmura/laiyya), peanuts, roasted gram, some fried crispies etc.
Bhel Puri recipe | Bhelpuri | Bhel Poori is a sweet, tangy and spicy Indian street food prepared with puffed rice, crispy papdis, sev, some veggies and chutneys. It is an exemplary vegan snack recipe loaded with flavours. It is low in calorie, nutritious and is simply super delicious. This street food recipe was invented in Mumbai and now Bhel puri is known as a world-famous chaat recipe. Bhel puri is sold in every city and town of India by the street food sellers on their wheel carts. Bhel Puri recipe is mostly served as an evening snack with a cup of tea.
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Bhel Puri is a low calorie snack most commonly sold by the street vendors on the push carts in Mumbay. There are a lot of different recipes. This one is inspired by Dishoom, a famous Indian restaurant in London. Much of the fun of eating Bhel Puri […]
Use it with Indian food and Catherine’s Bhel Puri. You can buy tamarind in many forms. Here I use the pure block of pulp and seed.