|a random google image showing how pani puris are generally served on the streets|
I went straight for pani puri; its something about the crunchy puri, spicy potato fillings dipped in tangy water makes it worthwhile.
Pani Puri is a popular street food, mainly eaten as a snack in countries such as India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Pani, in Nepali/Hindi language means water and puris are unleavened, deep fried bread, in this case it is crunchy so that we can add fillings and dip into the spicy pani (water).
1/2 cup garbanzo beans (cooked or canned)
Poke a hole in puri, then put potato fillings inside, add some boodi and dip it in water