Google is celebrating pani puri, a popular Indian street food, with an interactive doodle on Wednesday, July 12. The doodle features a colorful illustration of a pani puri vendor and his customers. Players can help the vendor fill orders for pani puri by choosing the right fillings and sauces.
Pani puri is a crispy hollow pastry filled with a variety of ingredients, including potatoes, chickpeas, onions, and spices. It is typically served with a flavored water called “pani.” The dish is thought to have originated in the Indian state of Bihar, and it is now popular throughout India and other parts of South Asia.
The Google doodle is a fun and interactive way to learn about pani puri and its history. It is also a great way to celebrate this delicious and iconic Indian street food.
- The name “pani puri” literally means “water filled” in Hindi.
- The dish is also known by other names, such as “gola puri,” “puchka,” and “pani ke batashe.”
- Pani puri is typically eaten as a snack or light meal.
- It is often served as a street food, but it can also be found in restaurants.
- There are many different variations of pani puri, each with its own unique flavor profile.