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Learn how to make Baked Sev Puri at home with our Chef Ruchi Bharani.

Baked Sev Puri Ingredients:
1 cup Wheat Flour
2 tbsp Rice Flour
Salt (as per taste)
¼ tsp Cumin Seeds Powder
¼ tsp Asafoetida
2 tbsp Oil
Water (as required)
Oil (for greasing)
Oil (for greasing)
Oil
¼ cup Boiled Potato (finely chopped)
1 tbsp Onion (finely chopped)
2 tbsp Moong Beans (boiled)
⅛ tsp Red Chilli Powder
⅛ tsp Black Salt
⅛ tsp Cumin Seeds Powder
Salt (as per taste)
Dates & Tamarind Chutney
Mint, Coriander Leaves & Green Chillies Chutney
Nylon Sev
Tomatoes (deseeded & finely chopped)
Coriander Leaves (chopped)
Lemon Juice

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Sev puri is an Indian cuisine snack and a type of chaat. It is a specialty that originates from Pune, Maharashtra, India. In Pune and Mumbai, Sev puri is strongly associated with street food but is also served at upscale locations. Recently, supermarkets have started stocking ready-to-eat packets of Sev puri and similar snacks like bhelpuri
Chaat or chat is a savory snack that originated in India, typically served as an hors d'oeuvre at roadside tracks from stalls or food carts across the Indian subcontinent in India, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. With its origins in Uttar Pradesh, India, chaat has become immensely popular in the rest of the Indian subcontinent. The word derives from Hindi cāṭ चाट (tasting, a delicacy), from cāṭnā चाटना (to lick, as in licking one's fingers while eating), from Prakrit caṭṭei चट्टेइ (to devour with relish, eat noisily).