Garden Bombay Puri Review
Looking for a crispy and crunchy tea time snack? Read our review to find out if Garden Bombay Puri made the cut.
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Chai time is synonymous with family-time and finding tasty snacks to accompany your adrak wali chai is no easy task. Some like rusk, some like a gourmet cookie while some stick to the standard namkeens. One of the many salty snack options eaten regularly in Indian homes is a crisp puri / mathri with a lip-smacking achaar. We tasted Garden Bombay Puri and here is our #FirstImpression.
Unexpected guests at home? This quick snack is your solution!
In a bowl add chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander leaves, a tablespoon of green chutney and tamarind chutney. Add some diced boiled potatoes if you have some in the refrigerator. Lay down paapdis/puris on a serving plate. Put a spoonful of the mixture on each paapdi, sprinkle sev generously on top. Serve!
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What You Need To Know About Garden Bombay Puri
*As per information on the pack
- Contains trans fats.
- Uses palm oil as a cooking medium.
- Contains refined wheat flour (maida), atta and vanaspati.
#FirstImpression Of Garden Bombay Puri
The Garden Bombay Puri comes in a bright red packing and is priced at Rs 37/- for a 155-gram pack.
The list of ingredients mentions the presence of maida, vanaspati, palm oil and atta.
One single puri contains 150 calories, which is too much, considering you cannot stop after eating just one!
Appearance – The Garden Bombay Puri is very pale to look at and has holes in it so that it doesn’t puff up while frying.
In size and thickness, these puris are definitely thinner than mathis but much thicker than the regular paapdis.
Taste – The taste is very similar to a paapdi. It is a very regular tasting puri that is similar to the ones we buy from the local farsaan shops. We had it with a regular mango pickle and it was really tasty. Purely from a flavor perspective, this will be a great option when you’re making dahi-puri or sev puri at home.
However, given the list of ingredients, this is exactly the kind of packaged snacks you must avoid regularly.
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