Which is that food that fills your mouth with tangy, spicy, and a bit salty water, but when you eat it, the food feels nothing less like heaven. When you take a bite, the crunchy layer bursts filling your mouth with delicacy.
1. Eating panipuri craves you more. The reason is, panipuri has a low satiety quotient. This means that they won’t really fill your stomach.
2. This food was first eaten in magadha or gulped down.
3. This snack is known as phulki in Bihar, Phuchka in West Bengal, Golgappa or Pani Puri in North India.
4. Panipuri also cures mouth ulcers.
5. According to mythology, panipuri was invented by Draupadi.
6. This snack is made entirely differently in different parts of the country. In West Bengal, it is tangy rather than spicy with a filling containing mashed potatoes and boiled gram.
7. Panipuri consists of 270 calories.
8. One reason for Panipuri being so popular that it is cheap and affordable.
9. Panipuri has a low satiety quotient. This means it is a balanced meal, full filling and healthy. That’s why you feel full after having panipuri.
10. In Bihar, this snack is known as phoolki.
11. This snack has many names like panipuri, golgappe, phoolki, pakodi, gupchup, paani ke patashe. This names have been given by different regions of this country by panipuri lovers.
12. Panipuri was the most missed snack during the covid 19 lockdown.
13. In Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh Pani puri is known as tikki which is called crispy aloo patties in North India.
14. As panipuri contains coriander, mint and another masala it helps you to improve your immune.
Then what are waiting for? Go to the nearest marketplace and grab your golgappe.