Craving for chaat? Try this healthy sprouts and corn chaat recipe. Loaded with proteins, Vitamin K, dietary fiber, Vitamin C, and Folate, this recipe is a storehouse of nutrients.
A simple chaat of fruits with lemon and salt.
A lovely chaat made with spinach, drizzled with chutneys and sprinkled with masalas.
A deep fried potato chaat from the streets of Delhi. Tossed in tamarind and mint chutney, this fried aloo chaat is a must try.
A tangy and sweet chaat made with sweet potatoes mingled in chaat masala, chillies and lime juice. This recipe makes use of sendha namak, so can be relished during the fasting.
Kidney beans, chickpeas and green beans all tossed with potatoes, tomatoes, cucumber and drizzled with a light dressing of olive oil, chaat masala and lemon juice.
Pineapple, apples and mushroom tossed in spices and grilled.
Fresh spinach leaves dipped in a rich batter and fried crisp. Then the best part, top the pakoras with yogurt, chutney, fresh coriander and a generous sprinkle of chaat masala.
Chef Kunal Kapur shares a quick and easy way to create something super hydrating and loaded with fruity flavours. All you need is some basic fruits, fruits juices and a handful of ingredients.
Sprinkle this chaat masala on top of your tikki, bhalle, papri, bhelpuri and get an instant boost in the flavor of the chaat.
Straight from the streets of North India, it's now famous all over the world. We are talking about the favourite street food of India - Chaat. It is believed that chaat was born in the ...
Prabhu Chaat Bhandar's popularity goes on. It has shouldered the great chaat-legacy of Delhi for over 82 years with its lip-smacking range of chaats.
Love street food? Here are winter favourites from North India - gazak, chikki, daulat ki chaat and more.
In Lucknow, in the late 1980s-1990s, where I grew up, there was nothing like "papdi chaat".
Now enjoy the tantalizing flavours of Indian street food in some of the top five star restaurants and luxury boutique hotels spanning across the national capital region. Straight from the busiest lanes of Old Delhi, ...
You can call it Dhaulat ki Chaat in Delhi, Malayo in Varanasi, and Nimish in Lucknow but I've always known it as Malai Makhan.
What is called matar everywhere else, white dried peas, is for some reason dubbed matara in Lucknow. Matara chaat is concocted out of the peas and is far from boring.
This fruity, crunchy, spicy snack pairs brilliantly with fried chicken - and is a great way to sneak a salad past the kidsMy kids love mango so much I tend to just slice the fruit ...
An extremely simple preparation, it gives you ample scope to play around with kachori. Stuff it with peas, onions, potatoes, lentils or just masalas.
It's now well over a decade since I moved to Mumbai. But I still clearly remember my first glimpse of Mumbai way before that. I was a young, excitable and a curious 20-something design student ...