From Mumbai to Kolkata, different types of Pani Puri with every flavour!

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The name of this recipe, which is famous all over India, makes one's mouth water. There is hardly anyone who does not like to eat Panipuri. 

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Pani Puri is made in more than 20 ways, including sour Pani Puri, sweet Pani Puri, and spicy Pani Puri. Let us know about some of these famous Pani Puri water recipes.

Mumbai-Style Pani Puri

Crush boiled potatoes and moong/ragda coarsely. Add chopped onions to it. Add salt, cumin powder, dried mango powder, chaat masala, red chili powder and black pepper powder. Serve with spicy coriander-mint water and sweet tamarind-date chutney. 

Delhi-Style Golgappa

Mash the boiled potatoes roughly. Add salt, roasted cumin powder, dry mango powder, chaat masala, red chili powder and black salt. Eat with spicy jaljeera-boondi water and sweet tamarind chutney.

Kolkata-Style Puchka

Mash boiled potatoes and boiled black gram coarsely. Then add salt, 1 tablespoon fennel, cumin and coriander seeds, roasted and powdered, add chaat masala, crushed green chillies, green coriander, black salt, lemon juice and tamarind water. Can be served with spicy mint-coriander water and sweet tamarind-jaggery water.

No-Deep Fry Pani Phulki

To make this Panipuri, make a semi-thick batter with 1 cup gram flour, 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder, 1 teaspoon chili powder, 1 teaspoon coriander powder, a pinch of baking soda and salt as per taste. Cook the phulki in an appe pan on medium flame to deep fry it. Then eat with spice water.  

Low-Carb Cucumber Pani Puri

To make this Pani Puri, you will need cucumber. Peel the washed cucumber and remove the seeds. Then fill the chana chaat in the cucumber cups and eat it with spicy, tangy water.