Disclaimer: Mangala Deshmukh is NOT a licensed Dietician/ Nutritionist. The information on this website is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any medical or other condition. Always seek the advice of your health provider prior to starting any diet. Colorful and gluten free rainbow puris are excellent take alongs. Make the dough the previous evening and refrigerate it.. Pull it out at least half an…"Gluten Free Rainbow Puri"
Pani Puri is one of the most loved Indian street foods or “chaat”. The puri (small, round, crispy puffed shells made from semolina) is stuffed with potatoes, chickpeas, tamarind chutney and a spicy, tangy water, or pani. Eat it in one big bite and experience the explosion of flavor. They go fast so be sure to make plenty with this easy pani puri recipe."Puri for Pani Puri"
Puris are such a treat to the eyes and to the taste buds. The sight of a well puffed up Puri excites everyone (not just kids). Some great combinations are ‘Aloo-Puri’, Chole-Puri’ or ‘Halwa-Puri’. It is made on special occasions from religious functions to weddings to birthdays. Enjoy this awesome South Asian unleavened bread that will take your breath away!"Puri / Poori"
Chole is a popular Indian curry dish made with Garbanzo Beans (Kabuli Chana) which is a great protein source for vegetarians. It can be enjoyed with rice, naan, puri (bhatura) or chapatti. Try this simplified recipe for a delicious meal!"Chole a la Easy – Garbanzo Beans Curry How-to Video"
Dahi Sev Puri is a popular variety of Indian “street food” known as “Chaat”. It is similar to Papdi Chaat in it’s ingredients except that it uses the puffed puri usually used for Pani Puri instead of the flat puri. Dahi Sev Puri has a combination of flavors, from sweet and sour to hot. It can definitely be a hearty appetizer as it is loaded with potatoes, garbanzo beans and lots and lots of yogurt. …"Dahi Sev Puri (Chaat)"