Bhel Puri is one of the most popular chaats that can be found in India. Before going any further, let us first understand what chaat really is. Chaat is a kind of snack and street food that can be found in any and every corner in India. With chaat, it is easy to find taste in just a toss of ingredients, without having to go through hours of meal preparations. There are a number of reasons why chaat is a well loved food group in India – it enjoys a number of twists as you travel through the length and breadth of the country. And the best part is that you can easily make chaat at home too. There are many kinds of chaats like papdi chaat, gol gappas, dahi bhalla and much more. Bhel puri is made up of grains of puffed rice that create just the right crunch when taken as a snack. Ganesh Bhel has a long standing reputation as one of the best and foremost Bhel producers in this part of the country.

 Have you ever had a sudden craving for chaat or wanted a quick recipe for Bhel Puri which you can serve at home to impress your guests effortlessly? So here are the ways in which you can very easily make Bhel Puri at home:

The first step is to find the right murmura or puffed rice, which should have just the right flavor and freshness. At Ganesh Bhel, you are sure to find the freshest and most hygienically packed Bhel. You can first take the Bhel and toss it a few times to ensure that it is fresh.

  • The next step would be to get the main ingredients ready. Some boiled and chopped potatoes along with chopped onions and tomatoes would do the trick to add much flavor to the Bhel Puri. You can also add a hint of very finely chopped green chillies along with some flavorful coriander leaves, finely chopped too. Take all these ingredients and carefully toss them with the Bhel. Yet, you must also be careful so that you do not smash the grains as the main fun is in the delicate and crunchy grains of the puffed rice.

  • Once you have added these chopped vegetables, you can also add some lemon juice, a few crushed papdis, mint chutney, tamarind chutney and then toss again. Take a spatula and slowly mix from side to the other without making it all too runny. The consistency should be just right. Add salt as per your taste.

  • Finally, you can garnish with pomegranate and sev. Add some more coriander leaves on top for a play of color in the bowl of Bhel Puri, before you serve. Also sprinkle some chaat masala, black salt, cumin or jeera powder and some chili powder as well.

When you are serving the Bhel Puri, you should also serve these condiments and chutneys on the side so that people may add as per taste.