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While the phuchka is evergreen, sometimes, we all crave a change.
Spice up your street food palate with Delhi’s authentic pani puris, with a recipe devised by Instagram account @dekhodelhi.
Packing a host of spices, potatoes and some pulses into the puri, this iconic street food item, which is also called gol gappa, packs in the power of several masalas. Delhi’s iterations are known for including a boondi filling too, which is absent from the phuchka. The water is also more tangy instead of spicy in the north, and includes items like coriander, mint, ginger, tamarind and raw mango powder.
— Vedant Karia