Monday, October 8, 2012

Bhelpuri Chaat~~SNC Challenge

Being a South Indian, i would love to cook and eat North Indian foods, just i love their foods. Every month, if you get a chance to cook from this part of India, who will say no, definitely not me. When Divya of You Too Can Cook announced a monthly challenge between Southern and Northern part of India, i want to be a part of this group, immediately i joined this group.For this month's first challenge, Shruti of Shruti Rasoi challenged Bhelpuri chaat, a popular street food chaat from Mumbai to us (for the Southern group) while Divya of Divya's Culinary Journey challenged Mysore pak to the Northern group.As am  a part of Southern group, i have to prepare bhelpuri chaat for this month's challenge. Finally here is my bhelpuri chaat i prepared yesterday and enjoyed thoroughly. Thanks to Shruti for this incredible challenge, loved it.


1cup Puffed rice
1/4cup Fried peanuts
1no Potato (boiled & cubed)
2tbsp Onions (chopped)
3tbsp Cucumber (chopped)
3tbsp Tomato (chopped)
2tbsp Raw mango (grated)
Lemon juice (as per need)
Salt
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
1/2cup Sev/Omapodi

Take a large bowl, crush the fried papdis and take them in a bowl, add now the puffed rice,sev, cubed potatoes, chopped onions,chopped cucumber,chopped tomatoes,grated raw mango, lemon juice,salt and give a stir.

Add immediately the green chutney and sweet tamarinf chutney and toss gently until everything gets well mixed.

Serve immediately wiith chopped coriander leaves and sev.


47 comments:

  1. I love this chaat..Interesting challenge

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  2. awesome u all made lovely bhelpooris

    even better than mumbai bhel walas

    this looks lovely

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  3. An all time fav anytime, anyday..Looks super delish!!!!!
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  4. wow so yum and made perfect, great that you have done it from scratch :)

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  5. Nice event... Love this chaat, one of m fav..never say no to this..look absolutely yummy.

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  6. Yummy Bhelpuri...First time in your blog... Nice blog you have... Happy to follow you.

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  7. Chaats are my favorites...this looks awesome Priya

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  8. wow....Happy to see all homemade ingredients...yummy and perfect priya:)

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  9. All time favorite. looks delicious

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  10. Lovely dear... Looks better than what we get in street side stalls :)
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  11. wow very tempting chat Priya,love it at any time...

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  12. Looks even better than street food!

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  13. Vibrant chat....I am also huge fan of chats....this makes me drool....

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  14. papdi and sev also home made, really love the colourful bhelpoori chaat. Moreover, it is better than mumbai bhelpoori walas. Awesome!

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  15. How i wish i had this, looks super yumm, just reading the recipe and looking to the pic i am drooling.

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  16. looks great.. drooling here :)

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  17. Like ur North and South challenge, chaat is very inviting!

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  18. Yumm!! Its been so long since I had Bhel Puri!!

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  19. Colorful and super tempting..drool

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  20. I love Bhel! It is a perfect evening snack. Adding finely chopped or grated (as u have) Raw Mango is the highlight.

    I just wanted to mention, Bhel is from Mumbai, the West of India and also widely popular in the Gujarati community.

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  21. wooow....drooling here..Looks awesome n so tempting!!!

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  22. Mouth-drooling bhel puri..yummmm!!!

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  23. Yummy chat and interesting challenge.

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  24. looks so good - wish I had some as a snack right now

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  25. drooling here...such a colorful bhel puri...

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  26. lovely, colorful and delish looking bhelpuri chaat..would love to have it right now.

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  27. thank you priya for dropping by..yes its been a very long break and of course i didn't stop looking around for yummy recipes from fellow bloggers..

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  28. what a mouthwatering dish..i haven't tasted this in the last 6months..you are making me crave for this

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  29. Delicious bhelpuri recipe Priya.

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  30. Love your chaat Priya..so tempting!

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  31. The bhel has come out looking delicious, and I love the picture. Lovely!

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  32. everywhere bhel....looks so colorful...chatpata...I'm drooling here...

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  33. Beautiful inviting colors Priya :) Job very well done.

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