If you don't know what dahi puri is, it's similar to pan puri, or gol gappay. They are literally tiny puri's (a semolina and flour dough that is rolled out and fried to crispy and chewy perfection). Since they are rolled out so small they puff up and hollow out. You fill them with a mixture of potatoes and chickpeas and douse them in a spiced yogurt and some delicious chutneys. It's way less messy than Pain Puri and I love making Dahi Puri more because you can add lots of flavor. They make the perfect appetizer at any table, and my favorite time to make them is during Ramadan. They're easy and fun to eat, and even easier to make.
Tag: iftar recipes
Fruit chaat is so much more than a fruit salad. In Pakistan it's eaten all year round, with chai. Chai, the time of day, not the actual chai, if you know what I mean. Breakfast, lunch, chai, then dinner. That's the chronological order of meals eaten in Lahore. I make mine the way I grew up eating it...