Friday, May 11, 2018

Mix Chaat πŸ’― Channa Chaat recipe 🀀 with Papri hack for Ramadan by morEwish πŸ•Œ




Chaat - a savoury snack which you can easily devour at road side food carts back home (now not all of us have that privilege). Chaat comes in dozens — if not hundreds — of varieties. It's more of a state of mind than a recipe, an invitation to customize based on the contents of your fridge and the whims of your appetite. Today I am sharing my version of mix chaat so here's how to chaat any time you please




You start building your chaat with something cool and creamy but with texture like I do, I arrange my Meethi Dahi Phulki for soft dumplings and sweet creamy yogurt for yummy foundation of chaat. Then I scatter chole, you can add boiled potatoes as well or curried chickpeas works too. Then slather it with chutneys, refreshing Mint or Tamarind chutneys or may be both works wonder. Then add diced tomatoes, onions or maybe cilantro. And top them off with some Homemade papri which I made with Uncooked Tortillas, sprinkle chaat masala - a final way to customize your chaat.




Chaat is a word that describes more than just a set of snacks: It’s a category of food that hits practically every element that makes something craveable—sweet, sour, tangy, spicy, and crunchy. Regardless of what route you choose to take, traditional and from-scratch or an unconventional snack-mix version, there's no wrong way to chaat.

Video Tutorial:


Ingredients:

Meethi Dahi PhulkiChole and/or cubed boiled potatoes
Diced tomatoes and onions
Tamarind and ginger chutney Chaat masala


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Meethi Dahi Phulki



Chutneys: