Friday, 20 March 2009

American Sev Puri






I am sure you must be wondering with the name "American sev puri". This is a fusion recipe.I think all must have known sevpuri. We use deep fried puris for the original sev puri. But here I replaced that oily puris with DIP's oil free readymade canapes. Generally for canapes we make topping of cheese or any other deep but I made it like Indian sev puri. If we keep all ingredients ready then even children can make this sevpuri for their party. So this American sev puri with chilled Rosy thick shake is a fundoo menu for Kid's summer Party isn't it?















IngredientsCanapes - Dip's Canapes one packetBoiled, peeled and finely chopped Potatoes - 2 CupsFinely chopped onions - 1 CupFinely chopped Coriander leaves - 2-3 Table spoonMoong Sprouts - 1 CupSev - 1 Cup (it should be very thin)Tamarind and date chutney - 1/2 cupGreen Chutney (Mint+coriander) - 1/4 CupProcedureTamarind Chutney-Boil 2 cups of Tamarind pulp, 1 Cup of Jaggery , 1 cup of seedless dates till dates becomes soft. Cool it and make a paste of it in the mixer. Now add 1 teaspoon of chaat masala and salt as per taste.Green Chutney -Take 1 cup of mint leaves, 1 cup of coriander leaves, 2-3 green chilies, 3-4 cloves of garlic, 1 inch ginger piece, 2 teaspoon lemon juice, salt and sugar as per taste. Make a thin paste of all above ingredients in mixer.Arrange Canapes in a serving dish. First put a spoonful potatoes, then Mung sprouts, then onion then Sev, then green chutney and then Tamarind chutney. On the top coriander leaves. (you can decide quantity of all toppings according to your taste. ) You can add some curd on it if you want to have it like dahi batata puri. Serve it immediately. I am sure in few minutes the dish will be empty …….

15 comments:

Nags said...

And so you made a humble local snack global eh? :) nice one!

Viki's Kitchen said...

Delicious snack . Good recipe.

Nithya said...

looks yumm.. nice recipe. :)

Sireesha said...

Delicious and creative one...thanks for sharing...

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

yeah. frankly speaking this does not like American Sevpuri, but the recipe is too good

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workhard said...

Something i would want to munch on ...:)

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Mythreyi Dilip said...

Looks great and yummy!

Malar Gandhi said...

Aah thats an interesting fusion for sure, low in calorie..guilt free, love it.

my kitchen said...

Creative one,looks good

Bharathy said...

:)..interesting!!..

kalaivani said...

Creative and delicious,will try some time.

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Preety said...

that's a innovative recipe..new to me..

Cicily Antony said...

very innovative...yummy...