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Ghuguni, a street food

Ghuguni ,serve this as Chaat or relish as a side curry in your lunch. Nothing can go wrong with this.

The second popular street food after Dahivada-aloodum is “Ghuguni” in odisha. It is sold in a form of chaat in most of the places .They add crunchy pampad ,onion,curd ,sweet tamarind chutney etc. And these chaat stalls are very eye catching. they decorate the boiled peas on the large skillet with colorful vegetables like carrot ,beet ,tomato.

But on the other side many people sell only piping hot bowl of it.That is kept in large vessel without any extra fancy thing. It is also relished as a side-dish with poori ,vada ,idli here at the morning breakfast stalls.

I came across chicken-ghuguni at the bengali food-street near kalibari, Delhi. Where minced spicy chicken is added on top.

So this is a versatile dish ,isn’t it ? I love this more on a rainy day 🙂

 

 

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Ghuguni, a street food
Course snack
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 360 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Course snack
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 360 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Soak white peas in water for 6 hour. Add salt ,turmeric ,potato and pressure cook for 2-3 whistle or boil them till they are soft and cooked .
  2. In a pan heat oil ,add cinamon. Add chopped onion and fry at medium flame till they are light brown.
  3. Add garlic ,ginger paste and fry till the masala release oil.
  4. Remove skin of the boiled potato and mash it well. Add this to pan and saute for a minute.Add all spice powder except black pepper .
  5. Add boiled peas with the water and cook for 4 minute at medium flame.
  6. If you want to serve is as a snack ,than make the gravy thick.
  7. Sprinkle black pepper powder and serve hot.
  8. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves ,sliced onion ,chopped green chili (opt) and lemon juice.
Recipe Notes

 

Note : You can sprinkle black salt while serving. With the lemon juice it brings that extra zing to your taste bud.

 

4 Comments
  1. Charul Parmar says

    Looks damn nice!

  2. Sai priya says

    Thanks dear 🙂

  3. Antara Boral says

    One of my favorite dishes. Thanks for sharing ?

  4. Sai priya says

    Oh mine too Antara.. thanks dear

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