BHEL PURI CHAAT - SNC NO.1

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INTRODUCTION OF CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE NAMESOUTH VS NORTH CHALLENGE (SNC)

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Ok friends!!! Let come to my zone… am from southern team (Tamil Nadu), so I have to do Bhel puri chaat which is challenged by Shruti from Northern group Usually I love north Indian foods very much especially street foods, in my college days almost certainly each day we had bhel puri, pani puri, pav bhaji and all… This is my first attempt to prepare bhel puri, shall we move on to the challenge!!!

WHAT IS BHEL PURI?

Bhel puri is a savory Indian snack and is also a type of chaat.  It is made out of puffed rice, vegetables and two type of chutneys served with papdis. In Mumbai it’s very famous street food and now available at all places in India.

BENEFITS
  • PUFFED RICE
    • No Cholesterol, low calorie for diet people, contains minerals, vitamins, and folate and dietary fibers.

  • TAMARIND 
    • Anti-septic, relieves gastric and digestive problems, cardio protective activity, reduce malarial fever, lowers cholesterol level, Anti bodies against cancer.

  • DATES 
    • Iron content, no cholesterol, very low fat, source of protein, fiber, rich in vitamin and improve digestive system.

  • MINT 
    • Digestive, cancer fighting, abundant in vitamins and minerals, diuretic effects and asthma relief.

  • CORIANDER 
    • Anti-bacterial, aids in digestion,anti-inflammatory, protects against UTI, prevent nausea, lower blood sugar, lower LDL cholesterol and lot of vitamins and minerals.

Availability
World Wide (ingredients)
Category
Chaat – Street food - Appetizer
Regional
Maharastra - Mumbai
Preparation Time
40 Minutes
Mixing and Serving Time
5  Minutes
Servings
2

















PREPARATION THINGS FOR BHEL PURI CHAAT


TAMARIND DATES CHUTNEY



INGREDIENTS
Tamarind – 1 medium lemon size
Dates – 6-7 deseeded and chopped
Water – 1 cup
Jaggery or Sugar – 1 Tbsp
Salt – pinch
Red chilli powder – ½ Tsp

METHOD
  •   Tamarind Dates Sauce - Soak dates and tamarind in a cup of water for 15 minutes and heat pan and add this mixture to it and boil for 10 minutes till brown color comes stir well and strain the liquid and keep it aside.
  •  Heat pan pour tamarind dates sauce, sugar, red chilli powder, salt stir well till it comes slight thicken.
  •   Cool it and its ready for chaat items.







MINT CORIANDER CHUTNEY



INGREDIENTS
Mint – 1 handful
Coriander leaves – 1 handful
Garlic – 2 big gloves
Ginger – ½” inch
Sugar – 1 Tsp
Salt – to taste
Lemon juice – 2 Tsp
Green chilly – 1

METHOD
  •  Washed mint, coriander leaves, and garlic, ginger and green chillies.
  •  Now add all this ingredients in a blender and blend it well.
  •  Now chutney is ready for chaat items.




FRIED GROUNDNUTS

INGREDIENTS
Oil – 1 Tsp
Groundnuts – 1 Tbsp peeled

METHOD
  •   Heat oil in a pan adds peeled groundnuts and fry for 10 seconds and take it.


PAPDIS


INGREDIENTS
Maida – 2 Tbsp
Ajwain (Omam) – 1 Tsp
Salt – a pinch
Oil – 1 Tsp + for deep frying
Water – required to knead

METHOD
  • Take a bowl add maida, ajwain, salt, 1 Tsp oil and mix then add required water to knead and it should be in chapathi dough consistency.
  • Then using chapathi roller flat the dough and cut with any cookie cutter or any round shape, prick with fork to prevent puff up.
  • Heat oil in a pan; deep fry this dough till golden brown.
  • Papdis ready for chaat items.



Now everything is ready for BHEL PURI... Now going to major part of MIXING!!!

BHEL PURI CHAAT 



INGREDIENTS
Puffed rice (Pori) – 1 cup
Papdis – 6-8 crushed
Onion – 1 chopped
Tomato – 1 chopped
Cucumber – 2 Tbsp chopped
Boiled potato – 1 mashed
Fried peanuts – 2 Tbsp
Tamarind dates chutney – 2 Tbsp
Mint coriander chutney – 2 Tbsp
Lemon juice – 1 Tsp
Salt – to taste

TO GARNISH
Grated Mango – 1 Tsp
Sev – 2 Tbsp
Coriander leaves – 1 Tbsp chopped
Cucumber slices - 2 
Onion slices - 2




METHOD
  •  Take a big bowl adds crushed papdis and puffed rice  mix well.









  •  Add all chopped veggies such as onion, tomato, cucumber and potato.



  •  Next add fried ground nuts, mint coriander chutney, tamarind dates chutney, and lemon juice, salt mix it well.
















  • Take this mixture in a serving plate and garnish with grated mango, sev, coriander leaves, cucumber and onion slices and serve it...











YUMMY BHEL PURI CHAAT IS READY FOR U!!!



NOTE - Serve immediately otherwise it will become soggy.



LINK TO SNC AND SHRUTHI'S SPACE!!!

Thanks Shruti for taught 
this yummiest bhel puri for us…

Thanks Divy (Divya Pramil) for given opportunity to take part of this wonderful challenge.

Successfully I completed my 1st challenge…

North team what’s the next challenge!!! We are ready!!


44 comments:

  1. wah wah what a platter. u girls r putting mumbai bhel walas to shame here. this is awesome and the plate and the decoration. i myself hv nver done so much effort to make bhel but this is wow simply wow

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  2. Nice pictorial explanation,love it

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  3. Feel to taste it...wonderful presentation viji...

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  4. wow viji , lovely presentation........................................

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  5. Looks delicious and perfectly made love it Viji

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  6. Wow... Nice Viji ... Lot of patience. Great!!!! Yummy yummy !!!

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  7. Lip smacking snack dear, well presented!!!

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  8. OMG! Bon what a detailed presentation! Really speechless now. Amazingly made this Bhel puri chaat. Surely Bhelpuriwalas will get shame, if they look your awesome preparation and presentation. Wonderful!!!

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  9. What a detailed post dear... Hats off for that. Great snack...

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  10. OMg vijjjjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii wat an amazing prepartion.......love u dear for this :P You have really done a very great job.......Kudos to you

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  11. Drooling here, feel like having some rite now..Beautifully done.

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  12. Just one word Viji ..... WOW :-)
    Nicely explained, love the clicks, totally drooling :-)
    You rock !!!

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  13. Perfectly made, Viji.. Looks awesome!!

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  14. Great presentation Viji and explanation!! Excellent!Loved the step by step description.

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  15. wooow...Sooper Viji...Late ah vandhalum latest ah varuvaenu sonnathu correct :) :) Awesome...Loved your clear explanation...and info abt SNC n bhel puri...Lovely!!!!U rock dear!

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  16. delicious to snack presentation looks wonderful

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  17. Wow! Perfect Step by Step pictures..Awesome post.

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  18. Awesome Post Viji really I liked the way you have given thorough details about the challenge..You really rock Viji..Ha ha ha Baby boss ah?? Ok ok and yes I loved the cute papdis too :)
    Super flavorful bhelpuri preparation..

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  19. Delicious Bhel puri Viji, You done this challenge very well.

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  21. feel like grab from the screen itself..yum yum:)

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  22. Thank you so so so much dear friends for your wonderful and kind words for me... proud of you...

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  23. Tempting presentation Viji...Its brushing my memories..

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  24. Too tempting & nice pics!!!
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  25. I am literally drooling while reading ur post! Superb!

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  26. I love Bhel because it is so easy to put together and filling without being greasy.

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  27. Yummy tempting chaat and nice detailed explanation...Great effort dear..

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  33. hi viji sister.I am a new food blogger and from Trichy,Tamil Nadu.Your blog is awesome.Shall we both follow each other?will both be friends?

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  34. What an awesome chat, with even the paspri made at home :-)

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