India's love affair with street food is indispensable. No doubt that the tangy papdi chaat, crispy aloo tikki, bhajias and pakoras never fail to impress us with its extraordinary taste. But if there's one street food that makes us go weak in the knees, it has to be mouth-watering golgappas stuffed with chana/aloo masala and dipped in tangy water along with tantalising chutneys. Every nook and corner of India is full of street food carts serving lip-smacking golgappas. Different regions in India have their own variations of golgappa and various types of flavored water to go with it. For instance, hing water, pudina water, mint water and more.
Here's another version of golgappa known as stuffed (bharwan) golgappa chaat. For the unversed, bharwan golgappa chaat is a popular Indian street food made by stuffing golgappas with boiled potatoes, chanas, sweet, spicy and sour chutneys along with the toppings of onion, sev, coriander leaves and more. If you are someone who loves to indulge in these bite-sized, crispy puris, then believe us or not, this recipe is all that you need to give a magical treat to your taste buds.
How To Make Bharwan Golgappa Chaat | Easy Bharwan Golgappa Chaat Recipe:
To prepare this recipe, all you need to do is fill a plate with dry sooji golgappas, fill it with chopped boiled potatoes and chana. The next step is to pour well-whisked yogurt along with salt on top of the golgappas. Drizzle it with mint and tamarind chutney. Sprinkle some tangy masalas on top of it. Garnish it with coriander leaves, mint leaves and more.
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Ps: Indulge in this recipe as soon as it gets ready as it may turn soggy after some time.
Well, now you know the drill. Satiate your street food cravings with this recipe and let us know how it turned out in the comment section below. Happy Snacking!