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North Indian dish - Gol gappa
Published On: 23 Dec 2006
English: All Purpose Flour
tamil: Maida Maavu
malayalam: Maida Mavu
telugu: Maida Pindi
kannada: Maida Hittu
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
telugu: Bombai Rawa
kannada: Sajeegai / Ravae
hindi: Sooji / Ravo
Gujarati: Sooji / Ravo
Konkani: Lellav / Rovo / Soji / Rulaun
English: Baking Powder
tamil: Baking Powder
malayalam: Baking Powder
telugu: Baking Powder
kannada: Baking Powder
hindi: Baking Powder
Bengali: Laban / Noone
malayalam: Urulakizhangu / Kizhangu
telugu: Bangaala Dumpa / Urlagadda / Alu Gadda
hindi: Aloo / Batata
Konkani: Kook / Batato
English: Bengal Gram
telugu: Sanagalu / Sanaga
kannada: Kadale / Chana
Oriya: Buta / Bata
Punjabi: Chole / Channa
malayalam: Puli / Valan Puli
kannada: Hunase Hannu / Huli
Bengali: Tentool / Tetul
Konkani: Chinchamb / Amptan
Oriya: Tentuli / Dalima
Kashmiri: Tamber / Tambari
malayalam: Eenthapazham / Eethapazham
telugu: Kharjoora / Kharjoora Pandu
kannada: Kharjoora / Eachalu
Konkani: Khajjoor / Kaajjuru
Marathi: Khajur / Kharik
Oriya: Khajura / Khajuri
malayalam: Sharkkara / Vellam
telugu: Bellam / Bellamu
hindi: Gura / Gur
Gujarati: Gol / Gur
English: Cilantro / Coriander Leaves
tamil: Kothamalli Ilai / Malli Ilai
malayalam: Kothamalli Ila / Malli Ila
telugu: Kothimeera / Kothamalli Kooraku
kannada: Kottambari Soppu
hindi: Hara Dhania Ke Patte / Dhania Patha
Bengali: Dhonay Patha
Gujarati: Kothmir / Dhana
Konkani: Kottambari Pallo
Oriya: Dhania Patra
Punjabi: Hara Dhania
English: Chilli Powder
telugu: Erra Mirapa Kayalu / Yendu Mirapakayalu
kannada: Molaku / Kempu Menasinakai / Ona Menasinakai
hindi: Lal Mirch
Bengali: Paka Lanka / Lal Mirch / Lankamorich
Gujarati: Lal Marcha
Konkani: Sukki Saangi /Suke Miriyasang
Marathi: Lal Mirchi / Mirchya
Oriya: Lanka / Nali Lankamaricha
Punjabi: Lal Mirch
Kashmiri: Marach Wangun
For making puris:-1)Mix the ingredients to make a smooth dough.
:- There is no need to beat the dough.
Make chapathis out of it and cut out very small round puris approximately 3 - 4 cm diameter.
Heat oil in a kadai.
Gently drop the puris. Gently press the puris so that it swells into a single bubble.
Keep the fire slow and keep on turning the puris till its golden crisp.
Take out and drain on paper.
For making the filling:-1)Mix all the ingredients given, adding salt to taste.
Heat it gently.
For making the pani:-1)Put all the ingredients into a blender and blend well.
:- Check for the taste. It should be a mixture of sweet, sour and chilly.
For making pani puris:-1)Make a hole in the centre of the puri and keep the filling.
Dip in pani and have.
Yummy....... Thank you for guiding me.......
it is very gud. but a bit confussion.
The poori recipe is excellent!!! Every poori rose up and were crispy. Thanks a lot fr ur contribution. I never try unrated recipes but took a chance this time. It was worth it. Cant vouch for the pani recipe as i made it from another recipe.
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