Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 25 mins

The is a South Asian (Pakistani/Indian) appetizer, really mouth watering, it's a touch of every flavour, sour, sweet, spicy, salty etc...and it's easy to make. Share & Enjoy

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. *Directions for Gol gappay.
  2. Mix the white flour and semolina together and knead into a hard dough. Set aside.
  3. Flatten into a very thin sheet and cut into 2" diameter circles with a cookie cutter. Deep fry in cooking oil until golden.
  4. *Directions for Dip(pani).
  5. Combine all of the ingredients for the dip together in a grinder and grind well. Then strain any liquid from the ground mixture. Set aside the liquid that was strained (do not throw away.) Disregard the strained ingredients.
  6. To eat, punch a hole in the gol gappay, put some juice inside the gol gappay and enjoy.
  7. Tip: To You can either have this dish plain or you can boil chick peas and potatoes (diced in little squares).
  8. And stuff them into the gol gappay. There are several other variations as well.
  9. You can also add yogurt and Imli Chutney for better taste.
  10. *Directions for Masala:.
  11. Mix all ingredients together in bowl and serve hot with imli chutney, ketchup or pickles.


Most Helpful

Thank you soo much you can also you only sooji to make poori because meda might make your poori soft. try both

desi_404 January 13, 2006

I confess to have bought ready done Gol Gappay but I made the pani and masala from your recipe and it was fabulous! Thank you so much for posting one of my favourite snacks!!

HappyBunny December 22, 2005

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