Rice and Pakorie Chaat
Whether it is sold in a cart or in a fancy restaurant, Chaat food is very popular in India. From simple evening snacks they have evolved to become a meal on their own. From Aloo Chaat to Bhel Puri to Pani Puri to Papdi Chaat, the list is endless. Chaats have become an essential part of the Indian Street Foods that is loved by young and the old.
Peas and Green Mango Chaat
Shravan Pav Bhaji – The month of Shravan is around the corner and it’s fasting time once again.
While for Hindus, fasting usually means staying away from nonvegetarian dishes and onions and garlic, the food served during this time often tends to be bland. Instead of onions, we’ll use hing in this dish.
Bengali Jhal Muri
Sweet and Hot Aloo Chaat
Gajar-Moong Dal Chaat
Tasty Sprouted Bhel Puri
Healthy Gram Chaat
This is a simple fast food. This chaat i have made on my own. This dish can be made as a starter item. It’s a very easy & simple dish. Bachelors can make this when they want to eat some spicy food without.
Dry Aloo Chaat
Delicious Fruit Chaat
Aloo Chaat is a popular North Indian street food snack made with potatoes, onions, tomatoes […]
Pav Bhaji is a very popular Indian chaat/street food dish. Commonly available in many road […]