Recipes - Street Food From Delhi And Other Places
For making Gol Gappe (plural Gol Gappe)
1. Sooji (Semolina ) 1/2 cup
2. Maida ( Plain Refined Flour) 1/2 tbsp.
3. Cooking Soda 1/2 teaspoon
4. Salt to taste
5. Oil for Frying
For Gol Gappe or Gol Gappa :
1. Mix semolina, plain flour, Cooking Soda salt , 2 tablespoons of oil
and knead well to make dough, leave it bit stiffer than normal.
2. Cover it with a wet towel and let it stand for 20 minutes.
3. Now make very small balls and roll them into small circles.
4. Remember not to make the circles bigger as they have to be eaten whole.
5. Remember to put the circles under a damp cloth as soon as you roll them.
6. Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan and then fry them.
7. The idea is to puff them like a sphere and fry them till golden brown.
8. Take them out and put them on kitchen paper towel, to get rid of the extra oil.
For Spicy Pani or Spicy Water
1. Chopped Mint Leaves 1 1/2 cups
2. Chopped Coriander Leaves 1 tbsp.
3. Tamarind 1/3 cup
4. Ginger 1"
5. Green Chillies 4 to 5
6. Ground Cumin Seed (roasted) 1 tsp.
7. Kala Namak (Black Salt ) 1 1/2 tsp.
8. Salt to taste
For making spicy water or Pani
1. Soak the tamarind pulp in one cup of warm water for one hour.
2. Strain the tamarind residue out to get thick tamarind water. While
straining in the strainder mash the tamarind with the help of a spoon.
3. Put mint leaves, chopped coriander, ginger, chillies and dry roasted cumin seed.
4.Add a little water and mix to a smooth consistency using a blender.
5. Put this thick paste into ta jug and add fill the jug with water. (
Add the water slowly and taste the mixture and if you want to dilute
more then add water.)
6. Add salt and black rock salt to taste. ( Black Salt or Kala Namak is an important ingredient in this )
1. Boiled Potato, finely chopped /mashed and mixed with salt and red chilli.
For Red Tamarind Chutney
1. Tamarind 1 cup
2. Jaggery 1/2 cup
3. Sugar 2 tbsp.
4. Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp
5. Kali Micrch (Black pepper) powder 1/4 tsp.
6. Dry Roasted cumin powder 1 tsp
7. Cloves 2
8. Warm water 2 cups
9. Vegetable oil 1 tsp.
10. Salt to taste
To make Red Tamarind Chutney
1. Remove the seeds from tamarind and soak it in warm water for one hour.
2. Meanwhile dry roast the cumin seeds and the cloves.
3. Pound them into coarse powder.
4. Now take the Tamarind pulp mixture , strain it and add jaggery, sugar, red chilli powder, black pepper powder, roasted cumin powder, cloves and salt.
4. Put the mixture in a pan and heat for 5 minutes on medium heat.
5. Remove from heat and let it cool down.
Note that on cooling down it will thicken up a bit, consistency like thick cream is ok. otherwise you may want to add some warm water.
6. On cooling, blend the contents in a blender
The Gol Gappa Moment !
1. Poke a small hole in the center of the Gole Gappa ( or Puri).
2. Add some mashed boiled potato . Add a little Red Tamarind Chutney. Dip it in the spicy water ( or pour some spicy water in it)
3. Pop it in your mouth
6 to 8 long Jalapeno chillies
For flour batter:
3 cups besan or channa flour,
1 tsp jwain or carrom seeds and jeera seeds,
pinch of tumeric and salt.
Dhaniya (corinader) powder and jeera powder to spinkle.
For the stuffing there are 3 types
1. Sesame Seeds & Tamarind Paste: Mix about 5 Tsp of slightly roasted sesame (till) seeds ground to powder with small lime size tamarind soaked in warm water and thick juice removed and salt.
2. Peanut & Tamarind Paste or Amchur Powder: Handful roasted powdered peanut and one small lime size tamarind juice or one tsp amchur powder and salt.
3. Potato & Lime or Lemon juice: one boiled potato and lime juice and salt.
Prepare the stuffing with any of the one variety and keep it as side. Slit Chillies length wise and remove the seeds if it is too hot. Stuff the chillies with the stuffing and keep in ready. Mix the flour, jeera, ajwain, salt and turmeric to a thick paste.
In a wide pan, add oil. When the oil is hot, dip the chiilies in the besan flour and put it in the oil and fry it. when it is half done remove it again cool it for a min and dip it again in the flour and fry it medium heat till golden brown. Sprinkle with some coriander/jeera powder.
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