Happy Pani Puri Day: Will You Ever Try These Bizarre Yet “Adventurous” Snacks?

Happy Pani Puri Day:- Back in July 12, 2015, a food guide in Madhya Pradesh named ‘Indori Zayka’ won a world record for preparing the most number of flavours of the snack at an event.

In honour of its 51 flavours of Pani Puri, Google chose the date as the ‘Pani Puri day’ and also an interactive doodle game.

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However, when new flavors are paired with the traditional snack, Pani Puri, also known as golgappa or Puchka, does not always receive a warm reception from its devotees. When brand-new flavor videos arrive on its realm, the online space has even seen interesting hashtags like #justiceforpanipuri, #rippanipuri, and #savepanipuri become popular.

Depending on the city you’re from, traditional Pani Puri come in a variety of flavors. However, the hollow Puri, flavored water, onion, chickpeas, tamarind chutney, chat masala, and mashed potato are all common components of the snack, which PM Modi even served to Japanese premier Fumio Kishida when he visited India.

Noufal B N, who oversees the Hajji Ali restaurant chain, says: Using fresh, traditional ingredients is the safest way to make Pani Puri and enjoy it, according to our observations. The snack’s more popular version is also the traditional one. Food enthusiasts continue to experiment with bizarre food combinations, and Pani Puri has had a lot of such avatars, regardless of whether purists like it or not. Some of them drew a lot of support, while others drew complete ire. On “Pani Puri Day,” here are a few such combinations you might want to try!

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Sambharam Kadumanga Pani Puri

True fans of the North Indian snack were intrigued when Chef Pillai introduced the “Sambharam Kadumanga Pani Puri” at his restaurant in Kochi last year.

Is the Puri a good match for the Kerala buttermilk and mango pickle mix? However, in the later months, numerous food vloggers and other individuals praised the dish, calling it an intriguing experiment. If you want to give it a try, here is the recipe.


  • 500 ml curd
  • 5 gm green chilli
  • 2 gm curry leaves
  • 20 gm shallots
  • 5 gm ginger
  • 300 ml water
  • Salt
  • 60 Pani Puri balls
  • 50 gm sev
  • For mango pickle
  • 200 gms raw mangoes chopped
  • 2 gms finely chopped green chilli
  • 2 gms finely chopped ginger
  • 2 gms finely chopped curry leaves
  • 5ml vinegar
  • Salt to taste
  • 5ml gingelly oil
  • 1 gm asafoetida


  • Combine the curd, green chilly, curry leaves, shallots, ginger, water, and salt.
  • Strain the blended mixture and then refrigerate it.
  • In a bowl, combine the chopped mangoes, green chilli, ginger, curry leaves, vinegar, gingelly oil, salt and asafoetida.
  • Break the top of each Puri
  • Insert half a teaspoon of mango pickle into them
  • Spread sev on a serving plate.
  • Place the Pani Puri on top of the sev
  • Serve buttermilk in a glass alongside the stuffed Pani Puri balls.

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Mango Pani Puri

The video of a Mumbai street vendor making “mango Pani Puri” with the North Indian specialty “aamras,” also known as mango pulp, went viral a few months ago. As was to be expected, some people on the internet found it disgusting, but not everyone agreed.

Are you curious about how it tastes? “You hardly get the taste of the Puri, thanks to the strong taste of aamras,” say those who enjoyed the combination. The Puri simply serves as a small holder for the aamras shot.

Kadhi Pani Puri

Kadhi is a Gujarati yogurt-based curry that also has herbs, gram flour, spices and more as seasoning. It’s just recently that a restaurant in Ahmedabad launched the new fusion dish – Kadhi Pani Puri.

It even triggered the birth of a new hashtag, #justiceforpanipuri as many couldn’t digest the weird combination. But those who found it interesting argues the creamy, spiced taste of Kadhi pairs well with crispy Puri.

Ice-cream Puri

Vanilla-flavored ice-cream in a Puri, with syrups as flavoring. If it sounds disgusting, you are not alone. Soon after the video of the snack was up on social media a few months ago, netizens commented that this has to be the weirdest combo ever!

Some of them even said ‘RIP Pani Puri,’ ‘Those guys should attend therapy’ and ‘He must have to consult a psychiatrist.’ But, if you google ‘Pani Puri ice-cream,’ you will find many recipe videos of the same with decent views and those who tried it don’t seem to be disappointed, if the comments are to be believed!

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Pani Puri Shawarma

Winning more than a million views, the video of ‘India’s first Pani Puri shawarma’ went viral in March this year. A street vendor in Surat made it with shreds of chicken and regular shawarma ingredients like cabbage, potato, sauces, melted cheese and more.

The viral video invited a wide variety of reactions like ‘Nice try, don’t repeat it,’ to ‘Where is the Pani’ in it! One can’t help wondering whether the shawarma Puri survived the tremendous backlash it received online.

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Happy Pani Puri Day FAQ’S

Why is Google celebrating pani puri today?

Today has been chosen to celebrate pani puri because on this date in 2015, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, a restaurant called Indori Zayka and Dainik Bhaskar achieved the world record for serving the most flavours of pani puri – 51 options – under the guidance of chef Neha Shah.

Who made first pani puri?

According to legend, Pani Puri was first invented by Draupadi during the time of the Mahabharata. The story goes that when Draupadi became the wife of the Pandavas, the warriors were still living in exile with limited resources.

Which country is famous for pani puri?

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates one of India’s most famous street food snacks – the bite-sized pani puri. The dish is one of India’s most popular street foods and can incorporate many different flavours depending on the ingredients used and where in the country it is being made

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