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Indian Cooking Recipe : Bhel Puri

Ingredients for the Recipe

2 boiled potatoes
1 cup puffed rice (Pori in Tamil)
A pnch turmeric powder

For Omapodi :

1.5 cups besan flour
½ rice flour
Salt, hing
½ tsp chilli powder

For Sweet Chutney :

Tamarind ping pong ball size (soaked in warm water)
3 to 4 tsp jaggery
2 Dates (optional) (seeds removed after soaking in warm water)

For Green Chutney :

A small bunch coriander leaves
½ bunch mint leaves
1 or 2 green chillies
Salt (very little)

For red chutney :

1 big tomato
½ onion
¼ tsp saunf
Salt (very little)

For Garnishing :

Slices of Onion
Slices of Tomato
Coriander leaves chopped
Chat Masala powder - a pinch

Recipe (How to Make Easy):

Prepare Omapodi by mixing all the above ingredients with little water into a stiff dough and then by passing them into hot oil through a presser with small holes. Remove and drain when fried.
Grind sweet chutney with ingredients mentioned above by adding water.
Grind green chutney with ingredients mentioned above by adding water.
Grind red chutney with ingredients mentioned above by adding water.
Now take a bowl add Pori, Smashed potatoes, Omapodi (broken to very small pieces) turmeric powder and mix well.
When well mixed, pour all chutneys one by one mixing very well.
Finally garnish with above mentioned items.
Transfer to serving plate and serve immediately else it will become soggy.

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