If you are using pani puri chutney, prepare it as mentioned in the pani puri recipe but not dilute it with water.
Microwave the potatoes in potato mode and let it cool. Then peel the skin and mash them down. Cook potatoes as per your preference. I always microwave them.
Chop the cilantro and onion and set aside.
Preparing the Green Moong Dal Sprouts
I prepared it similar to the sprouted moth dal as mentioned in misal pav recipe. But here it is again...
Soak it in water for about 8 hrs. (Or overnight)
Drain the water and pat it dry.
Let it sit in colander in dark space for about 24 to 36 hours
After a day you will see small sprouts and it starts to grow gradually. You can leave it up to 2 days and then refrigerate.
Preparing the Yogurt Mix
Add the amchur powder, cumin powder, red chili powder, salt and chaat masala and mix well.
Assembling and Serving
As mentioned in pani puri recipe, I set all the topping and let the guest to add as per their preference. But here is how I arrange for myself. When I assemble for kiddo, I skip raw onions and the pani puri chutney.
Arrange the pooris closely in the plate and poke them in the middle with a fork. Make sure the pooris doesn’t break.
First add the boiled potatoes inside the pooris.
Then add the dahi mix inside and also drizzle on top. Then drizzle the pani puri chutney, sweet chutney, onions, sev, sprouts and pomegranate seeds and drizzle some more yogurt and of course cilantro.
That’s it. Yummy Dahi Sev Puri is ready.
Adjust the spices as per your preference.
Modify and adjust the toppings as per your preference and create new pani puri varieties.