wheat gol gappas

Golgappa Puri Recipe / Pani Puri Recipe / Puchka gupchup Recipe

Golgappa Puri Recipe / Pani Puri Recipe / Puchka gupchup Recipe

Gol gappas, also known as Pani Puri, have always been a favorite. We all are tempted to the tangy-masala water and gol gappas stuffed with boiled potatoes-peas. We are so fond of gol gappas that we can have them plain as well. Crisp and crusty gol gappas filled with potatoes, sweet chutney and chilled flavored water make a perfect and great snack anytime of the day. These semolina or wheat flour pooris, drenched in tangy-spicy or sweet flavored water makes you keep on going eating till you can eat no more!

These are so popular and favorite that no special introduction is needed! These round pooris are known as gol gappas in Northern India and Poochkas in West Bengal. These tempting gol gappas are prepared with semolina and wheat flour as well. Gol gappas prepared with wheat flour are light in weight as compared to sooji gol gappas. It is not at all difficult to make these puffed and crispy gol gappas. Why don’t you try it yourself? So, here’s the recipe for making wheat flour gol gappas which is really easy to follow.

Directions

Getting ready:

Sieve wheat flour in a mixing bowl to knead the dough for making the gol gappas.

atta gol gappaMaking:

Combine wheat flour and semolina in the same mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly.

atta gol gappa

Knead stiff and tight dough for making the gol gappas with adding water in little parts.

atta gol gappa

Cover with a wet cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes first.

atta gol gappas

After 30 minutes, apply some oil on hands and knead the dough for 4-5 minutes to smooth it.

atta gol gappas

Cover again with the wet cloth for half hour and again knead for 4-5 more minutes. Repeat this process one more time.

atta gol gappas

Now divide the dough in small and equal lumps.

atta gol gappas

Roll these lumps to a smooth flat dough balls. Keep the dough balls covered to prevent them from drying.

atta gol gappas

Lift one dough ball at a time and roll out into 2 inch diameter poori.

wheat gol gappas

Place this rolled poori on a wet muslin cloth and cover with another muslin cloth. Roll out all the dough balls and cover them with wet cloth to prevent from drying. Keep them covered for another 15 to 20 minutes.

atta gol gappas

In hot oil, place as many pooris as possible at once.

atta gol gappas

Press down with a ladle to get puffy gol gappas. Deep fry the pooris until golden brown and crispy.

atta gol gappas

Drain out the fried pooris in a sieve kept above the plate to remove the excess oil. Likewise prepare all the gol gappas. Gol gappa puris are ready.

atta gol gappaServing:

Serve these tempting and crispy atta gol gappas with mouth drooling zingy-sweet and sour pani and enjoy.

atta gol gappas

 

Suggestions:

  • Knead stiff and really smooth dough for the gol gappas.
  • Make sure you roll out the pooris evenly. They should not be thin at center and thick at the corners. If this is the case then the gol gappas will not puff up.
  • Press the gol gappas with ladle to puff them up.
  • For 60 to 70 gol gappas
  • Time – 80 minutes

Golgappa Puri / Pani Puri / Puchka gupchup Recipe Golgappa Puri Recipe / Pani Puri Recipe / Puchka gupchup Recipe
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Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Wheat flour – 1 cup (150 grams)
  • Semolina – 3 tbsp (30 grams)
  • Oil – for frying
Instructions
  1. Combine wheat flour and semolina in a big mixing bowl and knead stiff and tight dough with adding water in little parts. Cover with a wet cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes first.
  2. After 30 minutes, knead the dough with your oil greased hands for up to 4 to 5 minutes to smooth it.
  3. Cover again with the wet cloth for half hour and again knead for 3 to 4 more minutes. Repeat this process one more time.
  4. Now divide the dough in small lumps and roll these lumps to a smooth flat dough balls. Keep the dough balls covered.
  5. Lift one dough ball at a time and roll out into 2 inch diameter poori. Place this rolled poori on a wet muslin cloth and cover with another muslin cloth.
  6. Roll out all the dough balls and cover them with wet cloth to prevent from drying. Keep them covered for another 10 to 15 minutes.
  7. In hot oil, place as many pooris as possible at once and press down with a ladle to get puffy gol gappas. Deep fry the pooris until golden brown and crispy.
  8. Drain out the fried pooris in a sieve kept above the plate to remove the excess oil. Likewise prepare all the gol gappas.
  9. Let the gol gappas cool down and then serve these tempting and crispy atta gol gappas with mouth drooling zingy-sweet pani and enjoy.

 

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