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Mar 12, 2013







One of Mumbai's favourite snacks, sev puri is a popular delicacy known to people all over the nation today. In this video, Arina tells you how to make lip smacking sev puris. So, keep watching!


    1 cup firm dough, same as used for making puri's
    Whole wheat flour for dusting
    1 small onion, finely chopped
    Juice of half a lemon
    1 boiled potato, cut into slices
    Pudina and coriander chutney
    Sweet chutney
    Chat masala
    Garlic chutney
    Fresh coriander leaves for garnish
    Sev for garnish


Dust the rolling base with dry wheat flour
Take a large portion of the dough
Roll out the dough with a rolling pin
TIP: The flattened dough should be as thin as chapattis
TIP: Poke a few holes randomly with the help of a fork, so that the puri’s don’t puff up
Take a tiny katori, or a round cookie cutter to shape out the puri’s
Dip the katori/ cutter into the dry flour
Place it on to the flattened dough
Press the katori/ cutter
Repeat the process around the flattened dough
Remove the excess dough
TIP: take a tiny piece of the dough and drop it in the oil, to check if it’s hot enough
Once oil is heated slide in the puri’s for deep frying
TIP: Don’t worry if a few puri’s puff up
Remove the puri’s from the oil once they are golden brown in colour
Place the puri’s on to the tissue paper to soak excess oil and let them cool to the room temperature
Place the potatoe slices on to the puri’s
Add garlic chutney
Add the sweet chutney
Add the pudina and coriander chutney
Sprinkle a few onions
Squeeze some lemon juice on each puri
Sprinkle some chat masala on each puri
Sprinkle some sev on each puri
Garnish with a few coriander leaves

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