Tomorrow on Good Food we highlight some of our favorite cookbooks of 2012. Susan Feniger’s Street Food lives up to the book’s sub title: Irresistibly Crispy, Creamy. Crunchy, Spicy, Sticky, Sweet Recipes and this recipe for Bhel Puri is no exception.

Feniger cites her first trip to India in 1982 as transformational for her career. She fell in love with the complex flavors and textures that were so different than her French food background. Keep reading to learn how to make her Bhel Puri at home…

 

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  • Shari said:

    Uhm, but where does one obtain Bhel Puri puffed rice??

  • gillianferg said:

    Try a local Indian grocery!

  • Shaila said:

    You can just use plain Rice Krispies cereal. I'm 2nd generation Indo American & that's what my mom & her friends would often do.

  • John Norvell said:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_10051706_make-date-molass…. Yeah, a bit of work it's true.

  • Usman said:

    i love to eat Susan Feniger’s Bhel Puri and so delicious rice and very unique recipe. Recently i had with my friends in restaurant. Austin Chiropractor

  • Jeffrey Hanlon said:

    Ahhh, Indian Food. The ultimate comfort food. I think I would travel to India just to try the food nonstop for a week. Too bad I'd probably end up in the bathroom nonstop for the next week!

  • Empreend Rafael said:

    What's a good substitute for date molasses? Not black strap or pomegranate. Maybe pureeing dates with a little water? Too much work! renda extra perfumes up essencia up essencia

  • wigs canada said:

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  • dynamics help said:

    what a great recipe and would like to make it at home with the help of my mother while appreciating on such a valuable post.

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