Non Fried INSTANT Golgappa Recipe | WHEAT FLOUR Panipuri Recipe | No Oil Panipuri | Indian Snacks Chat Papadi
Non Fried Golgappa/Panipuri Recipe - One of the best known street food panipuri/golgappa/Phuchka is a round ball shaped hollow puri that is crispy and filled with water or alternatively yogurt and chutney.
This golgappa recipe is not only healthy as it is non fried but also made with wheat flour.. This crispy panipuri tastes so amazing that you can't differentiate between market and homemade one.
Idea Of making panipuri in microwave was an innovation, i was trying to make roti in microwave so i just took a small piece rolled that in small round and was just testing and it puffed up and was crispy. My husband immediately said WOW (he and my son are panipuri lovers). i tried it was so crispy and yummy then i made more.
This Recipe is very simple and made in microwave you don't need any special skills to prepare, if you have kneaded dough for roti/chapati you can make with that also. Just roll a big roti, cut the rounds and microwave for 55 seconds or 1 minute according to your microwave settings.
Not every golgappa will be puffed up may be out of six 1 or 2 will be like papdi, so just save that for papdi chat. Add dahi, chutney, masalas, chana aloo make papdi chat out of that..
Ingredients To Make Dough
- 1.5 cup Wheat Flour (Chapati aata)
- 1/2 cup water to knead the dough (more or less)
- 1/4 tsp salt
- take wheat flour add salt mix well.
- add water and start kneading the dough. knead for 3-4 minutes or until it's no more sticky.
- dough should be semi thick.
- Now let it rest for 20 or more minutes.
- after resting knead again for just 1 or 2 minute.
- divide dough in half.
- take one half, dust in flour and roll out like a chapati not too thick not too thin.
- using a sharp cutter or round glass or bowl, cut out circles.
- take a microwave safe plate and place the cut outs on that.
- microwave for about 55 seconds on power level 7.
- take the golgappa out and let it cool down store in air tight container.
- for the golgappas that didn't puffed up make chat papdi out of it.
- every microwave power level and cooking temperature is different so test a few panipuris first.
- while making a dough if it is sticky dust with flour or add few drops of oil.
- don't cover or store the hot or warm golgappa, it can become soggy let it cool down completely.
- the bottom of golgappa can turn brown which is totally fine.