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Sorath Panipuri (Ready to Fry) 150g

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Sorath Panipuri is also called golgappa and is one of the most famous street foods of India. The sorath panipuri near me is at Red Rickshaw and it may be for you, too, so check it out! Anyway, the sorath panipuri has grown into popularity over the years, with foreigners also willing to try. It is a simple round or ball-shaped puri that is filled with flavoured water. And these fillings, of which, includes but are not limited to potato mash, onion, and chickpeas.

According to reports, sorath panipuri was discovered in India and was specifically found in Uttar Pradesh during the Mahabharat era. Draupadi in the Mahabharat proved her intelligence to her mother-in-law, Kunti, by preparing several puris instead of one and filling it with some potatoes and water to feed her five husbands.

This tale has made this famous Indian snack legendary. However, the sorath panipuri street food is not only legendary but also a healthy one. It helps in losing weight by being one of the best diet foods. Aside from this, there are other wholesome benefits of eating sorath panipuri, if mad hygienically and in the best way possible at home.

Among others, here are some of the benefits of this popular snack:

Great for diabetic patients. Increased blood sugar levels have become a common problem around the globe. Many suffer from diabetes which does not have any cure. You must avoid sweet food and also those with high calories. It is very high maintenance as it does not have a cure, only precautionary measure to alleviate its effects. This sorath panipuri is a low-calorie food in which adding a sweet chutney is only optional. Hence, a diabetic patient can enjoy this without worrying too much.

Packed with vitamins and minerals. It does not only do magic to the taste buds but also one’s health as well. It gives a person much-needed nutrients in the simplest way possible. It has iron which most women around the globe are found deficient because of the monthly menstruation for some. This element assists in keeping the blood oxygenated and hence a very necessary element found in the body. Also, with sorath panipuri, you get magnesium, manganese, potassium, folate, zinc, and vitamins A, B-6, B-12, C, and D.

Panipuri Recipe:

  1. Take 1 cup Rava and 2 tbsp maida, place in a bowl.
  2. Add 3 tbsp oil, crumble, and mic well—making sure the Rava turns moist.
  3. Add ¼ cup hot water and start to knead.
  4. Knead for 5 to 8 minutes or until the dough is formed.
  5. Sprinkle water as required and knead to a smooth and soft dough.
  6. Cover the dough and rest for 20 minutes, and 2 more.
  7. After, pinch a small ball-sized dough.
  8. Roll and flatten as thin as possible.
  9. Deep fry in hot oil over medium heat.
  10. Flip over once it puffs up.
  11. Drain it and serve.