Bhelpuri is one of the best evening snacks for all the working and nonworking individuals. The iconic status of bhelpuri recipe is all because of low fat, exotic taste and high and nutrients. Bhelpuri is basically street food that is sold throughout North India. Served in a paper cone, your evening snacks cannot have a better taste than this.
A spicy mix of Chaat Masala, onion, potatoes, Red and Green chutney in puffed rice creates the delectable recipe altogether. The versatility of taste is a differentiated character of bhelpuri.
You can enjoy the Puri with tea or coffee in the evening. The different flavours of bhelpuri come from the chutney you add in it. You can add date sweet chutney or tamarind chutney in the recipe. The flavour full Bhelpuri originally belongs to Mumbai and has its own version in every place. People also pour lemon juice before serving the Behl puri in order to balance the spices.
Bhelpuri is also known as churmuri in Bangalore and jhal Muri in Kolkata. As mentioned, every place has its own version of bhelpuri all together. The tasty Puri is crispy, full of spices and flavours.
The chatpata snacks is delectable in it on way. wet Bhelpuri is also known as geela Bhelpuri where you particularly add chutney in order to prepare the recipe. However, in certain parts of India dry Behl is also enjoyed by people as an evening snack. In case of dry Bhelpuri, all the ingredients remain the same except the chutney part. Since the dry bhelpuri recipe is devoid of wetness, you do not need to add any liquid thing in preparing the Behl puri recipe.
Bhelpuri can be prepared in less than 10 minutes provided you have Red and Green chutney with you. The Chutneys are very easy to make and can be used for different purposes. You can have the Red and Green chutney for enjoying a variety of evening snacks apart from Behl Puri.