Street food is one genre of food that Indians swear by. India's love affair for street food is quite evident from the fact that there are vendors and hawkers lined up at every nook and cranny. Whether it's chaat, momos, sandwiches, or Indo-Chinese recipes like chow Mein, chilli potato and more- there's a long list of delicacies available at roadside eateries. Each street side shop or cart tries to make something unique that will set that shop apart from the others. Recently, we came across a recipe called Amritsari style bun chole. Bringing together the distinct flavours and textures of two types of recipes, this bun chole will put all your cravings to rest in one go.
You might have tried various Amritsari-style recipes such as Amritsari machli, paneer bread pakora, kulcha and more. This unique recipe is equally delicious. You can even use leftover chole to prepare this lip-smacking snack. Be it impromptu guest gathering or simply when you want to indulge into something lip-smacking, this street style recipe is perfect for every purpose. Let's get started with the recipe now.
Amritsari Bun Chole Recipe: How To Make Amritsari Bun Chole
To begin with the recipe, you first need to soak the chole for about 5-6 hours or overnight.
Once soaked, pressure cook the chole until 3 whistles with some masalas. Click here for the recipe of Amritsari style chole.
Once the chana masala is ready, add chopped onion, chopped boiled potatoes, green chillies, and chopped tomatoes. Mix well.
Now take a bun, slice it into two halves. Spread chana masala on one half and sprinkle some chaat masala and coriander leaves on top. Cover the bun with another half.
Now roast the bun on the griddle from both the sides. Serve along with your favourite chutney and enjoy!
Try this easy-peasy recipe at home and let us know how you liked it in the comment section below. For more such recipe ideas, stay tuned! Happy Snacking!