Homemade Indian Pani & Dahi Puris:


Pani Puri is a street snack enjoyed all over India. It was originated from the northern regions of India. It is a fusion of potatoes, chickpeas, puris and sauces of three different colours and flavours made of green leaves, tomatoes, jaggery etc. Have a look at the recipe below and enjoy trying it at home.

Pani Puri:


  • Tomatoes – 2
  • Potatoes – Boiled
  • Onions – Cut into small pieces
  • Jaggery – According to choice
  • Ginger
  • Corriander leaves – 10 leaves
  • Curry leaves – 10 leaves
  • Mint leaves – According to choice
  • Curd
  • Small puris
  • South Indian Sev
  • Salt
  • Chilli powder
  • Salt
  • Sugar


Red Sauce:

  1. Boil the tomatoes in water until it gets cooked.
  2. Add the boiled tomatoes, jaggery, chilli powder and salt to the mixer and grind it to a smooth paste.
  3. Now add twice the amount of water to the paste and transfer it to another container to boil. 
  4. Heat the container and stir the mixture well until a thick paste is obtained.
  5. The green sauce is ready to be served.

Green Sauce: Type 1

  1. Add curry leaves, coriander leaves, mint leaves, ginger, jaggery and salt to a mixer.
  2. Add a small amount of water and coarse grind the substances. 
  3. Separate the clear liquid from the mixture with a filter.
  4. The green sauce is ready to be served.

Green Sauce: Type 2

  1. Add green chillies, jaggery and ginger to a mixer.
  2. Grind until it turns to a paste. 
  3. The smoothness of the paste is according to your choice.

White Sauce

  1. Add sugar to curd and mix well.
  2. The white sauce is ready to be served.


  1. Crush the boiled potatoes and add chilli powder and salt to it. 
  2. Mix it well. 


  1. Make a tiny hole into the puris, stuff the potato mixture and raw onions to them.
  2. Add each separately or together to the stuffed puris and have them.
  3. Before adding the white sauce, add the South Indian Sev to the stuff.

Dahi puri:


  • Small puris
  • Curd/yoghurt
  • South Indian sev
  • Potato stuffing prepared from the Pani Puris


  • To the puris with small holes, stuff the potato mixture, raw onions, add curd and the sev.
  • Dahi Puri is ready to be served.

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