Panipuri is one of the most favourite snacks eaten by people across all states of India. The snack was originally from UP/Bihar region of the Indian subcontinent and it slowly started spreading to every nook and corner of the country.
The snack comes with a round, hollow puri, deep-fried and filled with a spicy mixture of flavoured water, tamarind chutney, chilli, chaat masala, potato, onion or chickpeas. This snack is just enough to satisfy one’s taste buds.
It is easily affordable by anyone and it also fills the tummy and makes everyone happy. On the contrary, there are several risk factors involved and if you are a die-hard pani puri lover, you might as well pay attention to what nutritionists say.
They have strictly warned against loading up on pani puri or gol gappas because the water could be contaminated as it is easily left in the open. Also, the hands used in filling the gol gappas might not be clean always.
This is the main reason why people are falling prey to water-borne diseases and the doctors keep repeating it time and again but people are least bothered about it.
There is something else which everyone should know and that is the making of pani puri. Most of us don’t even know what happens behind the scenes especially when it comes to preparing the food items. Do you all know how pani puris are made?
Then take a look at the video below: