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Chaat Puri

Image of Bhavi Parikh and Hiral Bhatt Bhavi Parikh and Hiral Bhatt “Rotimatic have made our lives convenient and we are not depended on one person to make rotis. We all take turns to make rotis for our dinner in minimum time, which gives us more time to spend with each other.”

“Chaat”, a popular savoury snack, originated from India. Traditionally a street food, sold in food carts along the streets, is a medley of fried Puri’s, Potatoes, beans, sweet and spicy chutneys, yoghurt, raw onions, spices etc.

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  • SERVES: 6-8 pax
ROTIMATIC SETTING
Recipe
Puri
Flour
Aashirvaad flour
Thickness
1
Roast
1
Oil
1
FLOUR MIX
1 cup
Wheat flour
⅓ cup
Semolina
INGREDIENTS
50 g
Fine ratlami sev
250 g
Moong
1
Onion
250 g
Yogurt
100 g
Imli chutney

1 Make puri discs using the puri settings on your Rotimatic. Store them in a casserole to prevent drying. Using a round biscuit cutter, cut them into small rounds of 1-2 inches diameter.

2 While you are cutting the discs, place your oil in a deep vessel and bring it to a medium hot temperature (160-180°C). One by one put the cut discs in the hot oil making sure that you are not over crowding the oil.

3 Fry the discs till they are golden brown and start floating on the top of the oil.

4 Create a hole in the middle of puri disc.

5 Filled them with boiled moong, finely chopped onion, yogurt, imli chutney and ratlami or bhujia sev. | TIP: The same puris can be used to make pani puris.

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