Pani Puri | Golgappa | Puchka Recipe: Panipuri is a very popular street snack in India originated in the Indian subcontinent. It is a crispy dough ball stuffed with sprouts, potatoes, spicy, tangy or sweet chutney. It is known by many names in different regions such as fulki, paani patashi, phuchka and others.
Khaman Dhokla is a spongy, soft tangy-sweet snack made from flour or semolina. It is a culinary dish of Gujarat and also made with a fermented batter derived from chickpeas or rice. It is served and enjoyed as a teatime snack, breakfast snack or even as a main course. Dhokla is also similar to Khaman, which is made from chickpeas and its yellow.