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Want to experiment with pani puri? Introducing a recipe with a Pineapple Twist



There is hardly anything to compete with the fanfare of Indian street food. Among these street food items, pani puri always tops the popularity charts. The crispy ball of puris filled with tangy-spicy filling makes mouth watering for many. Call it pani puri, golgappe, phuchka or gupchup, different names put together add to the craving for fun street food. But have you ever thought of experimenting with this much-loved food? Chef Saransh Goila comes up with his own pani puri recipe. And it has a fruity twist that you won’t regret.

Summary Show us how to add Pineapple Punch to Regular Pani Puri Dip. Regular ‘pani’ is made by adding mint, chili powder and spices to water. But Pineapple Pani Puri uses fruit juice as a base. The ingredients are quite unique but still delicious.

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The ingredients required to make Pineapple Pani Puri are as follows:

1 pineapple

20 curry leaves (dry roasted)

1 tsp cumin (dry roasted)

1 star fennel (dry roasted)

2 tablespoons sugar

1 tbsp ginger (chopped)

2 green chilies (chopped)

1 glass of water

1 tsp black salt

1 tsp black pepper (crushed)

1/2 tsp chaat masala

1/2 tsp salt

Pieces of ice



How to make Pineapple Pani Poori?

The crispy puris for this recipe will remain the same as regular ones. But the water will get a major makeover.

Take a big pineapple and cut it into cubes. Put these pieces in the blender. Add dry roasted curry leaves, cumin and fennel seeds to the blender. Add sugar, ginger and chillies over it. Blend them once. Then, add a glass of water and blend the mixture. Sieve the mixture after mixing. Pour juice into a large mixing bowl. We are not done yet.

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Make this water more spicy by adding black salt, ground black pepper, chaat masala and salt as per taste. Add a cool twist to this recipe by adding ice cubes to the mixing bowl. Add boondi and mix well. Dip your poori and savor this sweet-sour-spicy water poori.

Here is the recipe video:

So, would you like to go for this recipe where age-old pani puri gets a twist? let us know.


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