Pani puri is a popular street food in India, and it’s usually served with a spicy pani puri masala. The masala you can customize and make at home, but it’s much easier to buy pani puri masala from the market. However, if you want to make your own masala so that you know exactly what goes into it and can reduce cost by making more for next time or sharing with friends, this blog post is for you!
Roast Cumin seeds, black pepper, and coriander seeds
Roast Cumin seeds, black pepper, and coriander seeds in a pan. Do not add any water or oil when roasting the spices.
Roast mint leaves with the above ingredients.
Roast the mint leaves with the above ingredients until they are crisp and aromatic. Roasting them in a skillet will give you the best results, but you can also roast them in a toaster oven or on your grill. Just don’t use a microwave.
Further Reading: How to make panipuris-The traditional Indian snack
Grind the roasted ingredients to a fine powder
Now add the powdered spices and salt to your ground mixture and give it a good mix. The texture should be slightly coarse with no large lumps in it.
Now you are ready to fill your pani puri shells!
Heat oil and add Red Chillies and Asafoetida powder and add it to the powder
- Heat oil and add Red Chillies and Asafoetida powder and add it to powder.
- Add salt, sugar, and lemon juice to taste the hot oil mixture. Mix well.
- Transfer the contents into a clean bottle or glass jar, and close it tightly with a lid/cap/cover, whatever you call it!
Mix a little salt, sugar, and lemon juice
Once you have made your paste, you can add salt, sugar, and lemon juice to it. Mix them together well. Leave it for 20 minutes before making the pani puri dough.
Further reading: 5 Best Sev Puri Spices For Street Food Stall
Pani Puri Masala add to water
This masala you can add to pani puri water. Pani puri is a popular street food that’s often found at festivals, fairs, and other outdoor events in India. It consists of little round bread balls filled with potatoes, chickpeas, and spices such as cumin and coriander seeds. The bread is cover in sev (sesame seeds), chutney, and tamarind paste before being dipped into the spicy water that forms the base of this dish.
The best part about this recipe for pani puri masala is that you don’t need any special ingredients or equipment—you probably already have all of them sitting in your spice cabinet right now!
Well, this is your opportunity to get a delicious taste of pani puri masala for yourself. Our recipe comes from a food blogger who loves her craft and wants to share it with the world. We hope that you enjoy it!