-3 to 4 baked puris (Refer baked puri recipe)
-Half cup ragda
-1 small onion
-1 small tomato
-1 small potato
-1/4 cup coriander leaves
-Sweet and spicy chutney as per taste (Refer sweet and spicy chutney recipe)
-Salt as per taste
-Baked sev (Refer baked sev recipe)
Wash, boil and mash potato, add salt and red chilli powder to it.
Place puris in a plate. Top them up with mashed potaotes and ragda (made using soaked and pressure cokoked white peas). Add chopped tomato, onion too.
Add chutneys as per taste and garnish with chopped coriander leaves and baked sev.
This recipe is a healthy alternative for the most popular street food. Baking the puris makes the recipe all the more healthy. Deep frying involves use of a great amount of oil and research has found that consmption of refined cooking oil can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes. Homemade street foods assure a high level of hygiene and food safety keeping you away from food borne illnesses.
One of Thrive’s biggest focus to teach anyone how to harness the healing power of food. In order to this, we have been creating innovative and delicious recipes that are filling, tasty and full of healing benefits. This one is just one of those recipes.