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Sunday, November 05, 2006 

Dahi Puri...


This is an easy and ready in 2 minutes kind of snack. Fatee made it for one of the aunties who came over to meet us. I was surprised to see her coming up with this dish in like 5 minutes just while she was making tea for us. You need these pani-puri thingees at home for this dish. In case you cant buy them from any desi store near by, you can prepare them at home and keep it for long. To make them at home, mix maida-sooji in ratio of 1:1 and knead it with oil. Roll a roti and cut cirlces with cookie cutter. Fry them in oil till crispy.

Ingredients:
* Dahi 1 cup
* Potato 1 medium (boiled and mashed)
* Zeera powder 1 tsp
* Chilli powder 1 tsp
* Dhaniya powder 1 tsp
* Chaat masala 1 tsp
* Salt and Sugar
* Thin sev 1/2 cup

Procedure:
Mix powder masala in mashed potatoe.
Make hole in the pani-puri thingee
Fill it half with potato
Mix yoghurt, salt, chaat masala and sugar. Fill puri with dahi.
Garnish with green chutney and thin sev.
Serve immediately otherwise puri's will go soggy.

I wish i stayed close to your house Fatee:(You make such mouth watering food!Do post more of Pakistani recipes which i would love to learn.

Looks so good!!!

thanks Sumitha for such praises :D u r always welcome to our house n u can tell me wht u wanna have in advance...will def post new pakistani recipes soon.
regards
Fatee

Looks delish !!

YUM! I love pani puri and so this looks just as yummy! Thanks so much for including a recipe for the puri, as I live in Japan, and there are no puris here, not even in the halal shops! :D

oh wow... so we have our ARAD fan in Japan as well... YAYYYYY!!!

thanks for commenting and letting us know... it just makes us feel that our effort is being recognised :-)

Many thanks Krithika :-)

Lol, yes, I'm a Canadian Muslim (origanally from Africa)4married to a Pakistani guy, and we live in Japan, so between all of us, we have 4 countries covered, for your ARAD fanbase. :) And your and your wife's efforts are definitely appreciated! Thanks again. :D

hehehehe thats so cool

you are most welcome... many thanks

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