Street Food Series: Sukha Masala Puri/ Lemon Puri/ Dry Masala Puri Recipe


My pani puri feast is never complete without sukha puri at the end. Pani puri is a lite snack but sukha puri is filling, its basically a salad filled in a edible bowl. If your a chaat addict like me then these sukha puri is a must try.


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Ingredients:
1 Medium Potato 
1 Pack Ready to use puri
1 Large Onion
1 Large Tomato
2 Medium Carrots
Fist Full Coriander
1 Lime 
1/2 Cup Salt Boondi
1/2 Cup Sev
1 Tbsp Chaat Masala
1 1/2 Tbsp Chilly Powder
Salt as per taste


Prep Up:
Peel, wash and finely chop the onions.

Wash, chop the tomato in half deseed, finely chop reserve.

Wash pat dry the coriander finely chop.

Peel, wash and grate the carrots.

Chop the lime in half.

Pressure cook the potato. Once the potato has cooked peel, crumble and reserve.

Method:
Create cavity in the puri and start arranging in a large serving plate.

To the crumbled potato add 1/2 tbsp chaat masala, 1/2 tbsp chilly powder and 1/4 tsp salt mix all the ingredients and reserve.

Fill the puri with spicy potato followed by chopped onion, boondi, tomato and grated carrots.



Take one half of the lime pierce with a metal skewer or knife dip in chilly powder.

On medium flame grill the lime on all sides once the edges char a bit and the center portion of the lime puffs up a bit remove from flame allow to cool.


Once the lime is easy to handle garnish the puris with lime juice, chaat masala, chilly powder and coriander.

Before serving sprinkle salt and top with sev and serve right away...Enjoy😊

Once we start assembling puris it must be served asap if not the veggies tend to release moisture and puris get soggy.


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