Who would miss out on this extravagant street food which is synonymous with the beaches of Mumbai?
However, this famous snack is popular in various other parts of the Indian subcontinent and also have different names. In East India, it is known as Phuchhka while in North India, it is called Golgappa, In Maharashtra, it’s is called as Pani Puri While in Odisha it is known as GupChup .
The Indian puri is pressed by the thumb into one side to make a little opening, and then stuffed with mashed potato mixture and topped with meetha chutney (tamarind sauce) and drenched in green pani which provide a unique explosion of flavors in just one bite.
Taste the scrumptious, khatta, chatpata pani, to savor the crispiness of the puri, to experience the fireworks in the mouth – it’s almost sinful.