Bhel is a famous street food which everyone loves. It doesn’t have a specific region where you can find the best bhel puri. In Kolkata, it is known as Jhalmuri; in Maharashtra, it’s named Bhel; in Karnataka, people know it as Masal Pori or Mandakki; and in Tamil Nadu, its called Pori Kadle. The recipe is widely loved and famous because of its vibrant taste; it carries three flavours sweet, spicy and tangy. The reason it’s a good option for evening hunger is its super health, bhel has low fat and is super delicious. Bhel puri can easily be made at home as it does not require any fancy ingredients. Further in this blog, we have mentioned all you need to get going about chatpata bhel.
People always get confused with bhel puri ingredients and never happen to achieve the taste as the market bhel puri. But what is the answer to”how to make bhel puri”? We have the answer. Below we have listed the essential ingredients that the local street vendor use. Use these ingredients this time; we are sure your bhel will taste perfect.
In this chatpata bhel puri recipe, we have used Organic Tattva rock salt, Prakritik jaggery powder, and Organic Tattva Ginger power to make it more delicious and chatpata.
Bhel is often categorised as fast food. But we would like to clarify that this is a myth. This recipe has high nutritional value, which helps you stay fit because the use of oil is less, and veggies are included. These things shift it to the healthier side.
The evening is when one feels like eating something light and healthy. But don’t feel like giving time to the cooking process. Here is the perfect solution: try this bhel puri recipe in the vendor’s style and give yourself a treat without stepping outside.