Golgappa (Plural Golgappe, AKA Water Balls in poor English) has many names in India and rest of world like Pani Puri, Puchka, Paani ke Patashe, Patashi, Gup Chup, Phulki etc. It has the more or less same taste of filling (Flavored water or Paani and boiled potato or boiled yellow peas), which may vary from sweet to sour to hot.
Kids, in general, are very choosy on their likes and dislikes of food, parents always have a tough time making them eat what is cooked in the kitchen or what they should eat for good.
The fundamental idea behind this challenge was to make kids try different tastes and get used to it. Other than 5 fillings (Paani) brought by the vendor, 15+ more flavors were created form juices, curd, lassi, chaach, chatni etc.
Challengers were divided into 2 teams on the basis of their school class, Aashi’s team has all her classmates and children above her class, while Ishu’s team has all her classmates and children below her class.
To make it more challenging there were different levels and each level has difficult to eat taste of filling water (Paani).
Rules of challenge:
- Challenge is only for kids, parents are welcome to enjoy different flavors of Golgappe after kids challenge.
- Participant can choose either Aatta or Suji Golgappe.
- Participant can choose either boiled potato or boiled yellow peas.
- There will be 20+ flavors and tastes of filling (Paani) served. These will be
prepared of traditional filling, different juices, curd, chaach, lassi, chatnis etc.
- Participant will be out of challenge, if they refuse to eat any flavor (broken or dropped Golgappa will be served again, but avoid wastage of food).
- Participant will be out of challenge, if their parents prevent them eat further out of
concern of overeating.
- The participant will be out of the challenge, if they can not eat further.
Aashi team 1. Dristi 2. Anshika 3. Sanskriti
Ishu team 1. Cheenu 2. Fareeha 3. Sanvi