1 In a pressure cooker, combine 200 gms of dates, walnut sized tamarind, 2 cups of water, salt, black salt, and chili powder.
2 Pressure cook for 2-3 whistles.
3 Allow to cool.
4 Put the chutney in a liquidizer jar and sieve.
5 If too thin, simmer for 5-10 minutes.
6 Yields 1 ½ cups
7 Arrange 6-8 puris per person in a plate.
8 Pierce a small whole in each one and stuff them with potatoes, 3-4 tbsp yogurt, all the spices, sweet chutney and coriander.
9 Garnish with Sev.
10 Serve at once. Repeat for the remaining puries.
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Another great snack from the subcontinent- Indian Dahi Batata Puri. This dish is famous all over Indian, but is know by different names. This video shows the popular Mumbai version. Watch it and enjoy, this classic snack at home.