Everest Pani Puri Masala
The blend that adds sizzle to the syrup in India's favourite outdoor snack.
Pani' in Hindi means water. 'Puri' is a fried hollow ball made from wheat flour. The 'Puri' is punctured open on one side and stuffed with delicious fillings and topped with Pani. The 'Puri' is then eaten in a mouth full. This is one of India's most popular outdoor snacks.
Black Pepper, Tamarind, and Dry Ginger combine together to give a sharp twinkle to this Everest Blend that spices the 'Pani'.
Usage of Everest Pani Puri Masala:
To spice the syrup in Pani-Puri.
Recipe: Pani Puri
3 Simple Steps to yummy Pani Puri
- To prepare the 'Pani' for 100 puris, add 2 tablesppons of Everest Pani Puri Masala and stir. Grind to paste, 2 cups of Mint Leaves, 8-10 Green Chillies, 1 Ginger and 1 Sour Lime.
- Add the paste to 1½ lit. of water and Salt to taste. Add 2 tbsp Everest Pani Puri Masala. For added taste, you may add Everest Dry Mango Powder to taste.
- Chill, strain and serve with chopped boiled potatoes, boiled black channa or soaked salted boondi as fillers in the puris.
Ingredients of Everest Pani Puri Masala:
- Bishops Weed
- Black Pepper
- Black Salt
- Dry Ginger
- Dry Mango
- Malic Acid
- Mint Leaf
- Rock Salt