Bhelpuri is a very famous street food from Mumbai. It is a savoury snack made using puffed rice, delicious chutneys and some additional condiments. It comes under the term chaat which are famous in so many regions, which each having their own special ones.

Street food, especially chaats have become a large part of the food culture in India. People crowd over such stalls for their lipsmaking fare. In some areas it has become a norm for families to head out on Sunday nights to relish such chaats and enjoy their holiday.

Well, homemade bhel can surely be made as delicious and lipsmaking as the street one by adding chutneys similar to the stall vendors by perfecting the proportions they are to be added, along with some flavour enhancing spice powders like chaat masala and some black salt rather than the regular one!

For some more street foods and chaats, do take a look at the following recipes too…

  1. Mandakki Oggarne
  2. Sukka Bhel
  3. Paani Puri
  4. Sweet Potato Corn Chaat
  5. Chanaa Chaat
  6. Dahi Vada
  7. Ram Laadoo
  8. Misal Paav
  9. Vada Paav
  10. Seyal Paav
  11. Paav Bhaaji
  12. Tava Pulao
  13. Paneer Pizza Dosa

Prep Time : 20 min

Serves : 4

Cup Used :200 ml



  1. To make Bhelpuri, in a large mixing bowl, assemble all the above mentioned ingredients except the nylon Sev and corriander leaves.
  2. Give it a quick, good mix and check seasoning. Adjust spiciness as per preference.
  3. When done, transfer into individual serving plates.
  4. Garnish with nylon sev, a little corriander leaves and serve this delicious Bhelpuri with an extra puri in each plate.

Note :

As per availability, a teaspoon or two of finely chopped raw mango should be added to the bhelpuri to give it a slight punch!

Author: tastyrecipesfrompooja

An artist by nature, I love painting, travelling to different places and photographing nature, gardening, crochet, reading, etc. It's my nature to give my best to anything and everything I do. From a person who could cook very few dishes..... I have converted myself to a person who now can cook varied dishes! I like perfection in all my work. Reading a lot of recipes, watching different famous chefs' cooking shows on television and observing their methods, techniques and tips very closely and studiously what has made me a very good cook today. Though there are numerous recipes I haven't tried my hand at..... there are many other in which I have gained exerpertise only by trial and error! I still watch all interesting cookery shows on TV to gain more knowledge on cooking techniques of other cultures from here and abroad!! Nowadays, I have started adding healthy twists to my dishes as and when I can without compromising on their original taste. Started this blog to share a few recipes of mine with all other cooking enthusiasts! Happy cooking to all! 😃


  1. Pooja ma’am all your recipes are “me too”, ingredients easily available and turnout quite tasty. I read them regularly, despite being male (lockdown effect, may be), and tried making few of them. Most of these recipes have Konkani (GSB) connotations – from where my mother hailed – reminding me of my childhood days.

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