Puri for panipuri recipe Method 2,how to make golgappa puri using soda water

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Easy golgappa – puri recipe with step wise photos 

Making puri for panipuri is very easy to make. I have shared previous puri recipe which is made using baking powder. Now i am sharing another method of making golgappa puri which is quite easy because it uses plain soda water instead of baking powder.
I have already share my detiled experince with panipuri and share Complete panipuri recipe as well. 


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This golgappa puri is much crispier and in dark brown color.this version of golgappa puri needs ONLY two ingredients. sometimes flour is needed if  you add much amount of soda mistakenly.
I found this method gets the EXACT taste you usually at panipuriwala’s kumcha.
“Kumcha” is the table or small place where vender serves food. usually chaat venders are known as “kumchawalas”.

golgappa-puri

I am very excited to share my detailed experiment.please see the details below 

Recipe Details for making Puri recipe for panipuri below:

  Puri for golgappa Recipe-how to make panipuri puri using soda water

Prep Time :30 min

Cook Time :20-30 min
Total Time :50 min to 1 hour
Main Ingredient : sooji/semolina/rava
Serves :25 puris approx
Cuisine : Indian,Delhi,Mumbai


Ingredients:

  • 1 cup fine semolina/rava/sooji
  • 1/2 cup club soda[approx]
  • 1 tbsp all purpose flour[optional]
  • Oil for deep frying

    Method/Assembling: 

    1. Take a mixing bowl and transfer rava into that.
    2. Using spoon slowly add soda water in sooji and keep mixing.
    3. Sooji will soak soda water once you started mixing.
    4. Keep kneading your sooji until it becomes stretchy and elastic consistency.
    5. Cover your dough with cling film OR wet cloth.
    6. let the dough rest for 15 min.
    7. After 15 min, take a small ball of dough and start rolling.
    8. Using cutter cut them in small round shape.
    9. Heat oil.
    10. Gently put small round puri in hot oil.
    11. press them using spatula and turn the other side.
    12. Cook them on low flame and cook until golden brown.
    13. Store them airtight container.
    Note:
    • If you add too much soda water mistakenly then add flour in sooji and keep kneading.

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    6 Comments

    1. Who doesn't love pani puris? Oh gosh! The name itself is making me drool — I need to make it ASAP!

    2. delicious ..nice crispy puris:)

    3. Yum, love these small crispy pops.