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In March of 2019, I spent two amazing weeks exploring the states of Assam and Meghalaya in northeast India. There, I learned why so many of my viewers urged me to visit this part of the country. It’s so different from other regions of India, from the culture to the history to the landscapes to the food. It blew my mind and I loved being there. Come along with me as I explore the astounding world of northeast India!
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After arriving in Tezpur in the morning and linking up with my friend Kamal from Tezpur Buzz, I had an exciting day that took me to several local parks, saw some archaeological ruins, and had an amazing middle Assamese thali. Now, come join me a little later that day as I attempt to eat 100 rupees worth of my favorite Indian street food, pani puri!
Pani puri consists of a puri, which is a type of leavened flatbread that becomes a small, hollow, and crispy ball after it is fried. The ball is then punctured and filled with pani, which is a water-based concoction that contains tamarind chutney, mint chutney, and various spices. Along with the pani, the puri is also stuffed with potatoes (aloo masala), chickpeas, and onion. In other parts of India, pani puri is known as puchka or golgappa, depending on the language.
For 100 rupees, you can get 70 pani puris. Lots of people can eat dozens of them in a row. The most I’d ever done in one sitting was 12, but I wanted to do my best to down them all!
But before my challenge, I met an amazing fan who follows my channel and said she was looking forward to my Meghalaya videos. I hope you enjoyed them!
The way it works, once you order, the vendor will keep serving you until you say you’re done.
My first pani puri of the evening was nice and crunchy and filled with a lot of pani. It had a little bit of spice! The amount of pani varied per puri. I prefer them with a little less pani. They were really good. They weren’t very sweet but certainly had a spicy kick to them. My tongue was burning by #17!
Even with my tongue burning, I plowed on, but I started to hit a wall around #23. I downed a few more, but I knew I would have to stop soon. The last one I went with was dry - #29! It was really good with lots of spices.
I spent 45 rupees in total since I didn’t actually eat 100 rupees worth. What a fun challenge! I really wanted to complete it, but I hit a wall! That said, I love the way the puris explode in your mouth and release the pani all over your palate. My lips were still tingling from the spices!
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