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Simple Steps to Make Pani Puri in Aachi Masala

By Aachi Foods @AachiGroup

People could be likely to experience countries and try their popular street food, but we guarantee the taste doesn’t suit the taste we are going to have in the street food of India. As varied as the region, there are many cuisines, each with at least one specialty of Street Food.  Street food is a part of every citizen’s life who lives in India.

  Pani Puri is one of the popular and favorite street food or snack items in India. This snack is enjoyed by children and adults alike. No one would think the crispy puris are packed with potatoes, moong sprouts and chickpeas, then poured with spicy chilly masala water and eaten gives the heaven taste.  

Pani Puri is a tangy and minty street food dish and this is the perfect choice for all the mood swings.  Pani Puri is the most loveable street dish by Indian people that gives the best taste when eaten in roadside shops. 

To eat the Pani Puri, road side shops are not the only choice to pick up. Now Pani Puri is very close to our Kitchen with Aachi Pani Puri Masala. Aachi Pani Puri masala gives the original taste of Pani Puri that is available in every corner of India. Making Pani Puri at home is both hygienic and economical.

Aachi Pani Puri Masala

Dry mango, Black salt, Mint leaf powder, Coriander powder, Cumin powder, Black pepper, Fennel seed powder, Salt, Bishop’s weed, Asafoetida, Dry ginger, Citric acid are mixed to make the best Aachi Pani Puri Masala. South Indian best masala company provides the Indian best snack. 

To make the Pani, Grind mint leaves, green chillies and sour lime made into a paste with water and salt.  Then Aachi Pani Puri Masala with this blend to chill, strain and eat with stuffed Puris. Boiled and smashed potato, onion and garam masala mix with Aachi Pani Puri masala gives  the best taste of Pani Puri

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