1 Boiled potato (peeled and chopped)
Small red onion
Few chickpeas (canned)
Few Pani puris
Make a hole to the pani puri and stuff with couple of chickpeas, potato, onion and tomato. Sprinkle some chaat masala as per your taste on each puri. Top them with tamarind and coriander chutneys. If you like you may put some yogurt/dahi too. I did use a little. Top them with sev and chopped coriander leaves/cilantro. Sprinkle some chaat masala again on top of each sev puri and serve them. Easy to make and tastes delicious.
Recipe for Mirchi bajji can be found here. I followed almost the same method except for few changes.
1. I made them with indian large green chillies.
2. I added 1/4 cup of rice flour to the batter recipe.
3. I stuffed some mirchis with potato stuffing. Take a boiled potato, add to that little chaat masala and salt and stuff that into the chillies.
4. I cut couple of mirchi bajjis into three pieces and fried them in the hot oil to make cut mirchi.
Rest of the procedure is same as mentioned in that recipe. Cut open the mirchi bajjis, stuff with some chopped onion, sprinkle chaat masala and squeeze little lime juice. Take a bite and I assure, you will love it. My husband loves them to have as a side dish while having his beer.