This recipe is made with curd, potatoes and other chaat chutneys. Bombay style, always totally delish! This is not complicated at all and makes for a great starter at parties.
It really is best if you can find round 'puris' (also called panipuris), 'sev' (small dried yellow 'noodles'), green chutney, and a sweet and sour chutney.
I loved it, particularly because it can be accomplished even by us poor people in the central european wasteland, where you can not simpl go to ´"your local indian grocery store", as many recipe authors advise, and find "sev", "golgappa" or the like in abundance... it has been an absolute smash hit at my last birthday party. - 30 May 2000 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This is a fabulous recipe!! I made it for a group of non-Indian friends and they loved it!! I made the Indian version, and my family loved it too. It was very easy, and very tasty. - 06 Mar 2002 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Fantastic. Just like the dahi puri I used to eat in India. You can find black salt in the International foods section of most grocery stores. Be sure to have everything ready before you start topping the puri. If you take your time, they'll become soggy. Thanks for a great recipe! - 10 Nov 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)