Panipuri is a snack that originated in India, and till date, is India’s most common street foods. It consists of a round hollow puri which is a deep-fried crisp crepe, filled with a mixture of tangy flavored water, tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, potato, boiled chickpeas.
Panipuri’s name varies with the region. In Haryana, it is known as paani patashi while in Madhya Pradesh fulki, or in Uttar Pradesh pani ke batashe/padake. In Assam phuska/puska and Pakodi in parts of Gujarat. They are called Gup-chup in parts of Odisha, Phuchka in Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. It is popular by the name of Gol Gappe in some parts of Northern India particularly Delhi region.
Phuchka or fuska or puska differs from panipuri in content and taste. It uses a mixture of boiled yellow peas and spiced mashed potatoes as the filling sliced boiled-egg onion mixture as the toppings and is tangy rather than sweetish while the water is sour and spicy. Pani Puri was added to the Oxford English Dictionary on 10 March 2005.
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