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Chaat Recipes

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.

  • Sev Puri is one of the top 10 chaat recipes in India. Typically sold as a street food as Sev Puri Chaat, they are a great anytime snack option. It…

  • Masala Papad is a very popular North Indian snack / starter dish. A refreshing & light snack, Masala Papads are perfect for any occasion with crispy papads topped up with…

  • Aloo Chaat is a humble North Indian street food made with boiled & fried potatoes with spices and chutney. It is often served as an appetizer or as an evening…

  • Jhal Muri is a popular street food especially in the streets of Kolkata, Orissa and Bangladesh. Also known as Kurmura, it is made with puffed rice, spices and assorted vegetables.…

  • Papdi Chaat is a very popular North Indian street food. Often called as the Prince of Chaats, it is known as Papri Chaat in some places and is made with…

  • Misal Pav is a very popular street food in Mumbai. A traditional Maharashtrian chaat dish, Misal Pav is made using moth beans, green gram and served with pav buns. Highly…

  • Samosa Chaat is a classic Indian street food typically consumed as an evening snack. Cooked samosas are crumbled and mixed with chickpeas, spices, assortment of chutneys, garnished with coriander leaves,…

  • Banarasi Tamatar Chaat is a speciality street food dish from the city of Banaras. Made with tomatoes, mashed potatoes and spices garnished with date tamarind chutney, nimki / chana dal…

  • Mumbai is the place for street food with numerous road side eateries, push carts and cafes. One of the most popular chaat/fast food items is Samosa Pav. Fresh and hot…

  • Vada Pav is Mumbai’s iconic dish and is popularly known as India’s very own burger. Made of a vada stuffed between two pieces of pav bun, it is a popular…

  • Aloo Paneer Chaat is a delicious, tangy and easy to make chaat dish. It is ideal as an appetizer or can also be served as an evening snack. This is…

  • Ragda Pattice (or Ragda Patties) is a popular street food (chaat) made with dried white peas and potato cutlet topped with chutney and onions. It is one of the oldest…

  • Dabeli, also known as Kutchi Dabeli or Indian burger, is a very popular Gujarati street food snack found across India. Similar to Vada Pav, it consists of spicy mashed potatoes…

  • Corn Bhel is a delicious North Indian street food snack. This recipe is not only delicious it is very easy to make with simple ingredients. Though the dish does not…

  • Pav Bhaji is a quintessential street chaat item of Mumbai fame. Now, while people have their own favourites amongst the many chaat dishes, I’m yet to come across someone who…

  • A nutritious, healthy afterschool snack for kids or even can be packed as a school snack. Ingredients: Moong Dal – 2 cups Salt as per taste Ginger Garlic Paste –…

  • A simple, delicious and tasty evening snack with dry peas (pattani), onions and tomatoes (optional). Ingredients: Dry Peas – 1/2 cup Plain Puris (ones used for Pani Puri) – 5…

  • A simple and healthy snack ideal for school lunch box or as an afterschool snack. Ingredients: Poha – 1/2 cup Peanuts – 1/2 cup Roasted Gram – 1/2 cup Almonds…

  • A delicious and popular street food (chaat) item from Mumbai. Puri’s stuffed with a potato mixture and topped up with chutnies, sev and onions. Ingredients: Potatoes – 4 to 6,…

  • A popular street food (chaat) that has its origins in North India, Dahi Papdi Chaat is tasty and quick snack to make. Ingredients: Plain Yogurt – 3/4 to 1 cup…

  • A popular North Indian street food where crispy puris are stuffed with a potato mixture topped with sev, coriander, mint and tamarind chutney and yogurt. Ingredients: Plain Yogurt – 3…