Everyone loves bhelpuri. For its unique blend of textures, tangy taste, and vibrant colours, it is a favourite among locals and tourists alike. Whether you’re strolling through the bustling streets or enjoying a homemade version, bhel puri is a delightful culinary experience that showcases the vibrant and diverse flavours of Indian street food. Well, now there’s a new kind: dancing bhel puri.
Introducing Dancing Bhelpuri
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A recent Instagram video made by a blogger who goes by the handle, “Apka Bhai Foody” went viral and attracted the interest of foodies. The “Dancing Bhelpuri” was a unique variation of the bhelpuri . In addition to using 60 distinct components, this specific bhelpuri has a special preparation method. The person making the bhelpuri gave an extra thrill by dancing. The vendor’s motions gave this delicious delicacy its well-deserved reputation.
Spices play a crucial role in enhancing the taste profile of bhelpuri. Sprinkle chaat masala, a blend of spices including cumin, coriander, dry mango powder, and black salt generously over the mixture. Its combination of textures, tangy taste, and a myriad of ingredients make it an absolute treat for your taste buds.
The unusual fusion of culinary inventiveness and energetic entertainment in this intriguing video has been generating attention on Instagram and delighting viewers. However, a sizable number of bhelpuri components were being spilt as he was dancing. The food lovers’ group expressed their displeasure. In the comments area, several people voiced their displeasure about the vendor’s unhygienic process of making.
Why Is Bhel Puri Always A Delight To Savour
One of the best things about bhelpuri is its versatility. It can be customised to suit individual preferences. For those who enjoy a spicy kick, add extra green chillies or a dash of red chilli powder. Additionally, sev (crunchy gram flour noodles) and papdi (crispy flatbread) are added as toppings for an extra crunch.
Moreover, to elevate the taste of bhelpuri, various chutneys are added. The most commonly used chutneys are green chutney, made from fresh coriander leaves, mint, green chilli, and tamarind chutney, which offers a sweet and tangy flavour, drizzled over puffed rice and vegetables, This help in imparting a burst of flavour that complements each other perfectly.
In conclusion, it is a popular choice for those seeking a quick and light meal on the go.
What do you think of dancing bhelpuri?
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