Monday, November 26, 2012

CANAPE SEV PURI | Fillings for CANAPES

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I have mentioned in many of my posts that chaats are usually a part of our meal and get featured very frequently in our menu at my place.When ever I go to shopping I would end up buying a pack of golgappas or papdis or canapes as these three are the most common bases for any chaat and I keep experimenting new chaats and apart from the usual ones.This recipe was sitting in my drafts from a very long time and I kept postponing as I was not happy with the pictures and finally I am posting the same.
These kind of Canapes are easily available in the market these days (I got the brand called DIP) and these are very versatile and are good for finger food for parties.I have earlier posted a recipe where I used an Italian filling for Canapes,today's recipe is more of a simple sev puri filling which is quite suitable for Indian palates.One can get creative with the fillings and experiment various flavors.I usually make American corn sev puri with these canapes which I would post some other time.Now off to the recipe.
Canape Sev Puri Recipe:
(Serves 2- you can easily double the recipe)

Ingredients:
14-16 Canapes(Ready made)
1/3 cup Moong sprouts,steamed
2 Potatoes,boiled,peeled and chopped
1 Onion,finely chopped
1/4 cup chopped fresh Coriander
1/3 cup fine Sev
1/4 cup Kharjur-Imli chutney
1/4 cup Green chutney
1 tbsp roasted Cumin powder
1 tsp Red chili powder
1 tsp Chaat masala
Salt to taste
Oil,to deep fry canapes

Method:
  • Pressure cook potatoes for 3 whistles.Add enough salt to potatoes while cooking them.Peel the potatoes and chop them into fine pieces.
  • Steam moong sprouts with a pinch of salt for 5-6 mins.
  • Deep fry canapes in oil for few seconds until they turn crisp,follow the instructions given at the back of the packet.I usually bake them in oven for 2-3 mins at 160 deg C.I keep a close watch to check whether they are done or not,so if you are baking them in oven please have a close look at them.
  • Arrange the canapes in 2 plates,7-8 each.
  • Fill them with 1/2 tsp steamed moong sprouts and then followed by 1 tsp boiled and chopped potatoes.
  • Add 1/2 tsp chopped onion in each puri.
  • Add little bit of kharjur -imli chutney and green chutney.
  • Again top it with a generous drizzle of kharjur-imli chutney and green chutney.
  • Sprinkle a fat pinch of roasted cumin powder,red chili powder,chaat masala and salt.
  • Top it with sev generously and garnish with coriander.
Serve it immediately.
Do not keep it for long as it will become soggy,so prepare this just before serving,Keep all the ingredients ready before you serve this.
 
 Notes:
  • There are no specific measurements for this recipe.All the ingredients are adjusted according to your taste buds.
  • You can make more number of plated increasing the quantities accordingly,there are no measurements.
  • You can use cooked  and slightly mashed white chickpeas instead of moong sprouts in the recipe.
  • You can garnish with few pomegranate kernels at the end.

42 comments:

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Wow,looks so innovative and tempting......

Pavithra Elangovan said...

I love canapes....way too tempting.

Lakshmi said...

Ahahaa...we have to award Indians for Indianing world food :) Those canapes look beautiful! Love sev puri with a twist!

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Wow !!Love to munch it right away !!!
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Nandita SS said...

The canapés look very tempting prathibha!! Love it!!

Satya said...

wow mouthwatering visual treat....yum
Super Yummy Recipes

Unknown said...

OMG!! It looks so inviting and yummy...

Indian Khana said...

easy n yum...looks so gud

Sum said...

Lovely!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Same pinch !! this is in my draft too..true these are so quick to make evening snacks ...so light and tasty

Priya Suresh said...

Very attractive, tempting and prefect snacks, kids will go crazy on seeing this.

Ayesha Imtiaz said...

Hi...I have been following your blog for quite sometime now....I like the way you present your blog and your pics are awesome...

Ayesha Imtiaz said...

Hi...I have been following your blog for quite sometime now....I like the way you present your blog and your pics are awesome...

great-secret-of-life said...

so inviting and love any chat! this looks too tempting
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Reva said...

That looks so delightful... very creative and perfect fro parties..:))
Loved it right away..:)
Reva

divya said...

I am just drooling over it :)

Faseela said...

amazing dear....

Unknown said...

Love canapes, Yours look really appetizing, have been searching for these since a long time...hope I find some soon

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Unknown said...

Excellent

Unknown said...

Yummy looking canape sev..loved it.

Janani said...

wow what a presentation looks so attractive prathiba.

Savi-Ruchi said...

looks extremely tempting Prathibha!

lubnakarim06 said...

Love this simple and yum looking chaat....Canapes look cute....

Swathi said...

Beautiful love you sev puri filling.

Sam said...

All time favorite... yummy chaat

rakhee said...

Yummy chat ...and awesome presentation,

rakhee said...

Where can I buy the canapés

chef and her kitchen said...

@its easily available in farsan shops and big supermarkets..I am not sure whr u stay so cannot guide you exactly

Unknown said...

Looks Yummy ! Can you tell me where I can get these Canape's in USA?

Anonymous said...

HI.
Very nice recipes on ur blog. I just love this canapes recipe. would be great for kids party. I tries searching in Nilgiris, big bazaar and star bazaar at banashankari bangalore. Tried to look in chips section of the superstore. Didn't find it . Can anyone tell where in bangalore i can get this. I know that even baked DIP panipuris are available.

Love
Priya

chef and her kitchen said...

@priya...I am not sure where you get these in Bangalore..But supermarkets r the only hope for DIP Canapes..how ever the deep fried canapés also started appearing in Bangalore in few home run namkeen shops..sorry, I dono the exact address to mention

Pratibha said...

Nice recipes. Where can I buy the canapés in bangalore. I have tried searching in Spar Supermarket(Dairy circle), MK Retail (Jaynagar 9th Block), Spencer (Sarjapur), Total Mall (Sarjapur), Big bazar (Sarjapur, ITPL, Jayanagar 9th Block), Hypercity (Meenakshi Mall), Namdhari (Jayanagar 9th Block)

Anonymous said...

Nilgiris - Brigage Road in Bangalore - we get DIP canapes

Anonymous said...

Can anyone pls help me n tell whr in punjab can I buy canapes...pls pls

skmatter said...

Can you please advise where are these available /can one buy these in Delhi or Gurgaon

DIP Foods (www.dipfoods.com) said...

Hello,

Thank you for using DIP Canapes.We appreciate your custom.

Looking at a number of question relating to product availability, kindly visit our website www.dipfoods.com for a list of stores that sell DIP range of products in your city. Our products are also available online via www.BigBasket.com in Mumbai and Pune. And soon, we will be adding more cities for online ordering.

We would love to hear from you, so please do spare a moment to send your queries or feedback.

Thank you again for using DIP products.

Best regards,
Mr. Shah
Owner
www.dipfoods.com

Sujata said...

Hi, these look amazing. Where can I buy canapes in US?

Anonymous said...

Where can I buy canapes in US?

Unknown said...

Nice pics

Unknown said...

Any luck in finding canapes in San Jose, CA area?

chef and her kitchen said...

@Roma...sorry Roma..no idea...but you can check Indian store if they store DIP Canapes by any chance

Pallavi Kale said...

Are these available in the US?

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